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Highlight of the month, Hyman Lee, aka Brother Virtu!

We the brothers of Delta Chi Psi, Fraternity, Inc. would like to highlight some of our brothers that is truly one of a kind. Hyman Lee, known as Brother Virtu in our fraternity, has recently crossed in Spring Semester of 2011. Hardworking and down-to-earth, Brother Virtu did not hesitate to take the opportunity given after crossing into the fraternity as Social Chair, and we are proud to say that he is doing a fantastic job. No one can ask more for what he has done already for the fraternity.

[Brother Virtu with TVA at Student Veterans Career Fair and Reception 2011]

In addition to his diligent work with Delta Chi Psi Fraternity, Inc., he has also given back Temple University an organization called Temple Veterans Association (TVA). As Co-Founder and current President of TVA, Brother Virtu helped establish Temple University’s first military veteran organization. They became a recognized organization later after their constitution was approved on February 18, 2011 and, in addition, became an official chapter of the Student Veterans of America organization. His profile on the TVA website can be found here!

[Brother Virtu lookin sharp]

But that’s not all! Temple University’s Fox School of Business has, in addition, recognized his long endeavors in Iraq and featured his accomplishments on their Temple Fox website  on the “Faces of Fox” page. After graduating from Central High School in 2004, Brother Virtu went on to finish and complete his individual training at the end of that same year. He went on to deploy for Iraq with his squad in April 2008 after acquiring his Associate’s Degree at Community College of Philadelphia. You can read more about him here!

[Brother Virtu with the happy kids in Iraq, taken on February 2009]

We applaud your outstanding accomplishments Brother Virtu! Keep up the great work!

Here is a quote that drives Brother Virtu!

“Without hard work, nothing grows but weeds.” –Gordon B. Hinckley

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