On Sunday, March 16, 2014, a cavalry of police shut down roads and blocked intersections with orange cones and motorcycles. Brothers of Phi Alpha Tau helped direct foot and car traffic with their fellow men in blue. We volunteered with the South Boston Boys and Girls Club for their annual St. Patrick’s Day Road Race. Getting […]
This summer, all your wildest dreams may be coming true. Three brothers, three friends, and three soul mates have decided to do the unthinkable, to obtain the unobtainable, to succeed where no man has succeeded before… on the open roads of the United States of America. Follow brothers Christian Bergren-Aragon, Courtland Noble, and Brendan Scully […]
Founded in 1902, Phi Alpha Tau is the nation’s oldest professional communicative arts fraternity. We are based out of Emerson College in downtown Boston, and our brothers are among the brightest students within the School of the Arts and the School of Communications. Tau is not a residential fraternity, though we view our bond of brotherhood as a […]
Disclaimer: This story originally ran on Out.com and was written by Mr. Benjamin Lindsay. Traditionally, college Greeks are an archetypally masculine institution—about as butch as the Boy Scouts. Pledging a fraternity and being inducted as a brother is often an arduous process, one that is meant to separate the men from the boys. But where […]
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The Brothers of Phi Alpha Tau produced a video for the MacWade Challenge. Read on to see the video.
Paul Tetreault ’84, executive director of Ford’s Theatre in Washington, D.C., recently spoke with Emerson College Today on his experiences. Read the full story here.
The Phi Alpha Tau Fraternity was pleased to honor Chris Montan, president of Walt Disney Music on Wed. March 16 with the presentation of the 2011 Joseph E. Connor Memorial Award. Mr. Montan is the 36th recipient of the Connor Award, given to distinguished gentlemen who have made tremendous strides in the advancement of the […]
Peter Loge ’87, Prinicpal, Milo Public Affairs, received the 2011 Walter Littlefield Distinguished Speaker in Rhetoric and Communication Award on March 16. Read the full story here
Scott Morris (VMA ’12), President of National Broadcasting Society, led this production to attract new members with the aid of other brother members and crew. See the promo here