Phi Psi Story2018-01-19T21:31:44+00:00

Phi Psi Story

Career Hunting: Don’t Camouflage Yourself

Career Hunting: Don't Camouflage Yourself As the flowers are blooming, weather is getting warmer and college campuses are becoming bare, some are celebrating one of life’s biggest accomplishments: graduating from college. Across the nation, seniors will drape on graduation [...]

2020 Year in Review

2020 Phi Kappa Psi Year in Review 2020 was an....interesting year to say the least. What began as any normal year was quickly upended by a global pandemic. People rushed to buy toilet paper, began baking sourdough and [...]

Phi Kappa Psi Pausing New Member Activities

A Letter From SWGP David Moyer Over the past couple of weeks, we have watched with the deepest sense of sadness and disgust two fraternity hazing deaths and three university sports hazing arrests. While these events did not [...]

Estes Benson

Estes Benson John Goding Rhode Island ’75 It’s funny how some memories fade over time and others are as clear as if they happened yesterday. It has been over 40 years, but there are memories from my days [...]

Founders Day Alumni Panel on Higher Education

View Founders Day Schedule Support Founders Day of Giving Alumni Panel on Higher Education Moderated by Phi Kappa Psi Executive Director, Ronald K. Ransom II Butler '00, this session brings together leaders [...]

Celebrating Black History Month

Celebrating Black History Month "Change will not come if we wait for some other person or if we wait for some other time. We are the ones we've been waiting for. We are the change that we seek." [...]

Giving back this holiday season

Giving back this holiday season People across the nation looked towards food banks to help provide food for their families this Thanksgiving holiday. Many organizations neededextra resourcesto help supply the uptick in demand brought on by the coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic. Musse YimerVirginia Tech [...]

Indiana Delta Students Work Polls

Purdue University Pledge Class Work Polls The Covid-19 pandemic created challenges for election boards across the country as they scrambled to find volunteers to work at the polls for the presidential election. Typically, these positions are staffed by people who are retired but [...]