Brandon Mancini ’07

Brandon Mancini '07 received a $3,000 Graduate Fellowship Award from the Phi Delta Theta Foundation to assist paying for his education at the Wayne State University Medical School in Detroit. This is the third Graduate Fellowship Award he has received from the Foundation. Mancini is in his fourth year of Medical School and expects to graduate in June of 2011. He is planning to do his residency in Radiation Oncology.

Mancini said, "I cannot thank the Foundation enough for this support which has made my Medical School education much more affordable. The Graduate Fellowship program demonstrates Phi Delta Theta's commitment to sound learning is more than just encouraging words. I look forward to the day when I can give back to the Foundation and help it to provide the same assistance I received to a student in a similar circumstance."

Bernie Rinella '58 and Mike Jackson ’58

Bernie Rinella '58 and Mike Jackson '58. During late fall of 2009, Brother Rinella and Brother Jackson toured Egypt with their wives and a group of other U of M alums.

Bob Chappuis '48 and John Greene '43

Bob Chappuis '48 and John Greene '43 were among five former U of M players or coaches inducted into the Gridiron Greats of Michigan Hall of Fame on July 24.