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The Indiana Beta Chapter of Phi Delta Theta is one of the oldest chapters in the history of the fraternity, begining operations since it was first chartered at Wabash College in 1850. For 168 years, we have prided ourselves upon our timeless traditions and the unwavering bonds that foster lifelong friendships between Brothers. Since 1903, generations of Phi Delts have inhabited the house on the corner of Walnut and West College Street. After an amazingly successful housing campaign in 2004-2005, we built a brand new chapter house which has continued to strengthen the already strong bond that unites our Brothers. Moving towards the future, we have fundrasing goals for the chapter which include limestoning the outside of the building to naturally turn it white thereby paying tribute to the old chapter house dubbed "The White Elephant".  

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Phi Delta Theta prides itself in the bonds that are made from within the walls of our home. Arguably, no other Fraternity on campus is as close as we are. These bonds don't just stay with us for our four years at Wabash College, they last a lifetime. To further understand what it means to be a Phi Delt click here