By Ethan Stoetzer
June 30, 2015
The Latin phrase “Honore super omnes,” which translates to “Honor above all,” hangs atop the weathered doorway of the Zeta chapter of the Kappa Delta Rho fraternity at Pennsylvania State University.
The house, beneath a sun-lit blue sky, looks like a mansion — a stone castle. It has the look of prestige, an air of achievement — a timeless monument to integrity.
KDR’s stature attracted freshmen students looking for a sense of brotherhood, friendship and involvement. James Vivenzio was one of the many freshmen charmed by what the fraternity had to offer. As a sports oriented fraternity, KDR was perfect, given his background in high school sports. Read more at USA Today