Lifelong Benefits of Being a Pike

Relationships with Brothers Make Big Impact for Dan Malasky ’97

Lifelong Benefits of Being a Pike

When Dan Malasky transferred to the University of Pennsylvania in 1995 as a junior, he had no expectation of joining a fraternity, and certainly not one that didn’t have a Chapter on campus. But, as many quickly find out, deep friendships are formed in college and out of those came the motivation to be part of something bigger.

“I developed tremendous friendships with a number of individuals that eventually became the brothers of the founding class of Pike after a number of years without a chapter at Penn,” Dan explains.

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