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Traditions


The Songs of Phi Gamma DeltaFraternity songs have been around as long as fraternities themselves. Learn about Phi Gamma Delta's reputation as the singing fraternity.

Pig DinnerPig Dinner is the most widely observed annual tradition and the longest running chapter-based graduate event in the Greek world. Read more about its history, and about Frank Norris, the man whom it memorializes.

An Exile's Toast, Annotated: The famous speech, a staple of Pig Dinners, explained.

Insignia & Phi Gamma Delta SymbolsLearn more about the heraldic insignia and other chapter symbols that represent our values and heritage.

Fraternity AwardsPhi Gamma Delta distributes a number of annual awards to undergraduate chapters, graduate chapters, and individual brothers across the nation for different achievements. Learn more about each award and who has won them in the past.

Sires & Sons"Fiji Sires and Sons" is composed of fathers and sons who are members of Phi Gamma Delta. Six Fiji fathers founded Sires and Sons at the White House in Washington, DC on Founders Day, May 1, 1925. Calvin Coolidge, then President of the United States, was one of its original members.