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For many of us, Pi Kappa Phi is the source of most of our great Penn State memories. For this reason, we want to hear from YOU! Keep the conversation going with your brothers and tell us what Pi Kappa Phi meant to you. See below what some of your fellow alumni brothers had to say in response to recent surveys. 

I think the most valuable part of the experience was that we were very close as a brotherhood and, to this day, I have friends from the mid/late 70's I still see a few times a year.” - Harry Barfoot '77

“I enjoyed learning how to get along with a mixed group, the give and take experiences, and the guidance we received from the housemother” - George Fasic '56

“The most valuable part of my Pi Kapp experience was the great friendships that I made.  There was always someone at the house that was interested in doing whatever you were interested in, whether it was working out, going to the library, attending a concert or game, or hitting the bars.  Many friendships have endured the course of time.” - Bruce Berwager ’79

What was your most meaningful memory or best lesson learned from Pi Kappa Phi? CLICK HERE and let us know! 


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