Newman named president of Johns Hopkins chapter of fraternity

11758913_10207491903082642_1215635514_nDaulton Newman said during his tenure as president of Alpha Delta Phi at Johns Hopkins University, he wants to continue to build and strengthen the chapter’s bond with the community.

“We have good relations with the community and work every year to strengthen that relationship,” Newman said. “In the spring, Alpha Delta Phi always hosts a golf outing for alumni and the friends and families of current undergraduate brothers. The more (money) we can raise and give back, the better.”
One of the charities they work hard for is Stop Soldier Suicide, netting around $12,000 from the golf event last year.
“We benefit Stop Soldier Suicide, a foundation founded by an Alpha Delt from the Johns Hopkins chapter,” Newman said. “Alpha Delta Phi has a strong presence and resonance with the military. We hold the military in an extremely high regard. We even have an official statue of the fraternity that depicts an American soldier and a Canadian soldier from World War II, honoring our American and Canadian chapters.” Continue reading