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

Phi Psi Story

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 [...]

Passing of National President Shannon E. Price

Phi Kappa Psi mourns the loss of Brother Shannon E. Price It is with deep sadness Phi Kappa Psi shares that Brother Shannon E. Price Alabama ’88  entered Chapter Eternal on Tuesday, October 27 after a long battle with colon cancer.   Throughout his life, Brother Price epitomized what it meant [...]

Phi Kappa Psi closes chapter at the University of California – Riverside

Phi Kappa Psi closes chapter at the University of California - Riverside Phi Kappa Psi Fraternity has closed the California Nu chapter at the University of California - Riverside after repeated risk management and student code of conduct violations. The Executive Council made the decision [...]

Phi Kappa Psi to celebrate Constitution Day

Phi Kappa Psi to celebrate Constitution DayPhi Kappa Psi will celebrate its annual Constitution Day on Thursday, September 17, 2020 celebrating the Phi Kappa Psi Constitution that was adapted in 1886. Prior to the 1886 Grand Arch Council (GAC), Phi Kappa Psi was governed by a [...]

Brotherhood from a distance: Stories of the 2020 pandemic

Brotherhood from a distance: Stories of the 2020 pandemicColin Dobin Minnesota ’15“It’s hard to stay focused when the world around you seems to be in a chaos of uncertainty. So, adapt and plan your day out in a calendar to be [...]

On the frontlines of COVID-19

On the frontlines of COVID-19 Sean Swider Maryland ’18  My pandemic story begins like so many of my peers – with a spring semester cut short due to coronavirus (COVID-19). When school closed early, I returned home to New Jersey and to my summer job as an emergency medical technician (EMT).     Working as an EMT [...]

Phi Kappa Psi closes chapter at Indiana University of Pennsylvania

Phi Kappa Psi closes chapter at Indiana University of PennsylvaniaPhi Kappa Psi Fraternity has closed the Pennsylvania Nu chapter at Indiana University of Pennsylvania after repeated risk management and student code of conduct violations. The Executive Council made the decision to cease operations of the chapter in [...]

A brother on a mission

A brother on a mission Have you ever heard the phrase, “It only takes one”? Scott Salmon F&M ’09 sent one tweet on May 31st and became an overnight sensation garnering 3,800 retweets and 2,900 likes. Why? “I offered pro bono legal services to [...]

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