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|Founded||1913 (101 years ago)
Grove City College
|Motto||Men of honor, men of courage|
|Mascot||Wilbur the Cat|
The Adelphikos Fraternity (spelled αδελφικός), formed in 1913, is a Grove City College (Pennsylvania, United States) social fraternity that originally consisted of 10 members. Adelphikos was the second fraternity on campus, and the first to use Greek letters. The fraternity began struggling in the late 1970s, committing violations of campus rules which resulted in the loss of College recognition during the 1990s. In 2000, the fraternity was re-established as a Christian brotherhood.
Adelphikos does not affiliate itself with any national fraternity system. It is an independent organization, like all other Grove City fraternities.
- Peter J. Boettke, economist at George Mason University, former president of the fraternity
- David M. Bailey, contemporary Christian musician
- Matt Kibbe, CEO of FreedomWorks
- Randy Wilber, Olympic Trainer http://www.udel.edu/ICECP/facultystaff/faculty_wilber.html
- Lee Edwards (2000). Freedom's College: The History of Grove City College. Washington DC: Regnery Publishing. p. 31. Retrieved 6 July 2012.
- "The Adelphikos Fraternity - History". Pennsylvania: The Adelphikos Fraternity. Retrieved 6 July 2012.
- John Kloosterman (2011). Grove City College 2012. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania: College Prowler. Retrieved 6 July 2012.
- Peter J. Boettke (23 December 2005). "GCC and Austrian Economics". Austrian Philosophists. Retrieved 6 July 2012.
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