Dallas Pride 2017 Alan Ross Freedom Parade

What’s better than a Pride Fest in the park? A PRIDE PARADE right down the center of the Gayborhood!




This year’s Grand Marshals:

  • Nicole O’hara Munroe – the first Trans Woman of Color to Marshal
  • Omar Narvaez – the first openly LGBT Councilperson in 10 years

Dallas Pride Festival 2017 at Reverchon Park

One of our favorite times of the year! This year, the NTX Colony members volunteered at the Pride Festival at Reverchon Park during Dalla Pride 2017. Catch the Brothers in action below:


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Delta Men at UNT Freshman Orientation

This week, the Brothers of the North Texas Colony of Delta Phi Upsilon Fraternity, Incorporated participated in Freshman Orientation on the University of North Texas campus. We were so glad to have the chance to meet so many great new students and new organizations.

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Brother Brandon Johnson standing next to the Delta Phi Upsilon display table



NTX Colony Donates 200+ lbs of Clothing

This Summer, the North Texas Brothers held a clothing drive for homeless youth in the DFW metroplex. We were able to donate over 200 pounds of clothing to three shelters throughout the city of Dallas, Texas. Since we received so many donations, we were able to donate to three locations!!! The Promise House, Mission Arlington, and The Bridge.

In 2016, there were approximately 3,700 homeless children, mostly teenagers, in Dallas, alone. This number only reflects the homeless youth that are officially registered for classes in DISD; there are an estimated 1000 more who are not registered for classes.It is also known that 40% of homeless youth are LGBT and rejection from their families is a major reason for their displacement.

Special thanks to the Cosmopolitan Congregation of Dallas for allowing us to use their facilities as a drop-off/donation location. We could not have done this without them. Thank you to all who donated and keep looking out for ways you can help DPhiU serve the community.


The men of the NTX Colony will continue to live out our Fraternity’s Motto: “Service Without Expectation”