The Alpha Delta Phi is a private fraternity founded at Hamilton college in 1832 by Samuel Eells. It is the fourth oldest fraternity in the country. The fraternity continues its strong literary tradition today by bringing speakers to campus, doing philanthropic work, and by participating in numerous campus clubs and organizations. The fraternity is currently comprised of Phi Beta Kappa members, national scholarship recipients, as well as members of eight varsity sports teams (including several captains).
Library, Samuel Eells House
Dining Room, Samuel Eells House
Samuel Eells House Veranda
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Members of Alpha Delta Phi from around the world gathered to celebrate reunions. Events included the annual meeting, lecture talk given by James Bradfield, the Elias W. Leavenworth Professor of Economics, cocktail reception, and dinner.
Current and past members of Alpha Delta Phi gathered during Fallcoming Weekend.
Alpha Delta Phi members from around the world gathered on campus to celebrate two hundred years since Hamilton College's founding. Events included the annual meeting, lecture talk given by James Bradfield, the Elias W. Leavenworth Professor of Economics, cocktail reception, and dinner.