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Welcome to Our Alumni Site

Because of our Alumni’s enthusiastic support, the Alumni Association is expanding their communications means to our Alumni by adding this Website and a Member E-blast to complement the newsletter distribution.

This website presents news and features articles about our alumni and undergraduate chapter activities. As an alumnus, please make your contribution to the website by sharing memorable, funny stories about your Brothers, your Experience, and pictures about your School Days.
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Mission and Vision

Our Mission
To create an uncommon and lifelong brotherhood that develops leaders and encourages service to others for the betterment of our communities.

Our Vision
A future where every Pi Kappa Phi embraces his role as a leader, puts service before self and improves the world around him.

The Trick to Keeping Friends as We Get Older

The Trick to Keeping Friends as We Get OlderIt’s Hard to Maintain friendships and make new ones but it’s crucial.

*This article originally appeared in November in the Wall Street Journal.
By Diane Cole

Two or three times a week, Alan J. Fink, 64, the owner and manager of a box business in Baltimore, listens as his mother wishes out loud that she had good friends to go out with. That is worrisome for his mother, who is 88—and for himself. “I don’t want to be in her position in another 20 years,” Mr. Fink says. He frets that his circle of friends should be wider, “so that, down the pike, we’ll all be available to each other—if and when we need each other.” A growing body of data confirms that friends are essential to our medical, psychological and social well-being as we age. Yet many people find it difficult to maintain their circles of friends as they grow older. “It’s not that we’re deliberately neglecting our friendships,” says Ryan Hubbard, principal at Hinterland Innovation, a Melbourne, Australia, company that researches friendship and social innovations for modern enterprises. Losing friends, Mr. Hubbard says, is often more a function of our lives being complicated.

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Penn State's Gritty Gunslinger Bids Farewell

Penn State's Gritty Gunslinger Bids FarewellThe guy has been winning since he was in diapers." -James Franklin

Trace McSorley, Penn State's fifth year quarterback out of Ashburn, VA. and the rest of the Nittany Lions put together arguably their most complete performance of the season with a 38-3 victory on Senior Day over the Maryland Terrapins. The Penn State quarterback went out with a bang, scoring two touchdowns with his legs. McSorley leaves behind a legacy of being Penn State's all-time winningest quarterback. But the Senior Field General hasn't forgotten all that Penn State has given to him. Click read more for the quarterback's reflections.

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Although A Short Period of Time, Pi Kapp Remains Monumental

Looking back upon his time as a Pi Kappa Phi brother, Harry Barfoot ‘77 emphasized that the fraternity remains important to him over the years because of the lifelong friendships he made.

“Despite being a relatively short period of time, those years living with a group of guys under one roof at 409 East Fairmount Avenue are some of the most memorable. To this day, we still get together socially and enjoy sharing this history,” he said. Among many great memories, a weekend ski trip to Blue Knob stands out, with a large group of guys packed into one ski chalet. Living with 45+ other men – each with different perspectives, ideas, backgrounds, and interests – taught him and his brothers that they could accomplish a great deal when prioritizing the interests of the group over the interests of a single individual. 

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Alumni Profiles

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    Learn of the proud history of the American Fraternities, the birth of Nu Phi, and the development of Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity.

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