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Phi Delta Epsilon | NY Alpha Pre-Medical Chapter
Pre-Medical Fraternity at Binghamton University
Facta non verba, deeds not words
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A huge thank you to our founders, alumni, eboard, alumni chair, and members for a memorable event! We had a great time meeting those who founded the NY Alpha Chapter and look forward to keeping connections with our amazing family!💜
PhiDE Stands For The Kids!! #PhiDE #SFTK #PhiDESFTK
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Phi Delta Epsilon NY Alpha Chapter honors the men and women who have served this country 🇺🇸
Congratulations to our former president, Austin Ferrier for committing to Stony Brook University School of Medicine! #ClassOf2021 #PhiDeltaEpsilon #ChemClub
Congratulations to our former Alumni Chair, Vishaaq Mathew for committing to the University of New England College of Osteopathic Medicine! #Classof2021 #PhiDeltaEpsilon #SayHiToStephAndJordan
Congratulations to former Pre-SOMA president, Katja Anuth for committing to Burrell College of Osteopathic Medicine at New Mexico State University, Las Cruces! #ClassOf2021 #PhiDeltaEpsilon #PreSOMA
Congratulations to our former secretary, Joe Galgano for committing to Upstate Medical University! #ClassOf2021 #PhiDeltaEpsilon #WorkForIt
Congratulations to Alumni, Jordan Zucker, for also committing to the University of New England College of Osteopathic Medicine! #Classof2021 #PhiDeltaEpsilon #SayHiToSteph
Phi Delta Epsilon was invited to be on WBNG 12 News to present a check for our Fall semesters Stand For the Kids (STFK) event. This event raises money for the Children's Miracle Network Hospitals. We appreciate the hospitality they showed us!
Congratulations to our former secretary, Stephanie Vogel for committing to the University of New England College of Osteopathic Medicine! #Classof2021 #PhiDeltaEpsilon #WomenInMedicine
A huge thank you goes out to Staff Sergeant Neher and Staff Sergeant Hernandez of the U.S. Army Medical Department (AMEDD) for hosting an IV clinic with the members of Phi Delta Epsilon Binghamton. It was a great event and the first of its kind in the Northeast region!