Brother Keeps Scholarship Within Phi Psi

Alex Brower Beloit '07 was recently named the recipient of the Warner Mills Prize for Practical Politics. Brower, who graduated this spring, was presented the award at the college's annual Scholarship Luncheon in February. While any scholarship is important to the modern student, this award carries special meaning.

Brother Warner E. Mills was initiated into the Fraternity in 1978 when the Wisconsin Gamma chapter at Beloit College was rechartered after an eight year hiatus. Mills, a longtime Professor of Government at the school, was instrumental in seeing the chapter come back to campus. He was a staunch supporter of Phi Kappa Psi as a faculty member and helped to advise the young men who re-chartered the group. That dedication was rewarded with his inclusion in the initiation of that "founding" class of 1978. He would continue to serve as chapter advisor.

Brother Brower is pictured below in the middle, flanked by Glenn Koch Beloit '58 (left) and National Chaplain David McDonald Beloit '82 (right), who both sponsor scholarships at the college. 

WI Gamma 2010 Scholarship Recipient.jpg
Photo Courtesy of Beloit College