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 Hello brothers,

Due to University restrictions, Homecoming will look different this year. With COVID protocols still in place, we are not allowed to have organized social events inside the Chapter house.

However, we do want to provide an opportunity for alums, families and undergraduate brothers to meet and gather over Homecoming Saturday, November 6th.

We are still holding the annual alumni meeting at the Chapter House starting at approximately 11:00am. We will also be hosting the meeting live via Zoom (Meeting ID: 957 0287 3883) if you would like to join remotely. To encourage meeting participation and provide for a pre-game celebration, we will have breakfast pastries and Bloody Mary offerings from 10:30am until 1:00pm.

The annual Homecoming game starts at 1:00 against SUNY-Ithaca (sorry, Cornell) at Franklin Field. Please let us know if you need general admission tickets for the game.

After the game, we are looking for a local venue to host a happy hour until 6:00.

While the house is technically not open for social gatherings, feel free to stop in to say hello to the current undergraduates, check out your old room or use the bathrooms (we promise to have them cleaned for Homecoming).

To assist in planning, please submit your intentions on the linked Google form. You may mark off all of the areas that you are planning to attend. This will help greatly in our planning and logistics.

We are hoping that we can return to normal social events soon!

Please let me know if you have any questions or need more information.


Jared Miller W’ 95

Phi Phi Club Graduate Board Acting President



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