On Jan. 28, more than three dozen prospective new members learned about Pi Kappa Phi’s commitment to service during a recruitment event. The Ability Experience, the national fraternity’s outreach effort to serve people with disabilities was showcased during the event. Visitors heard from a panel discussion of chapter members – Nate Parker, Dan Burkhard, Michael […]Read More
Monthly archives for January, 2020
Chapter initiates 23 men
The Omega chapter initiated 23 new brothers into its membership on Jan. 26. The group included five legacies and each of of the to-be-initiated had their relative in attendance. The group included three dads – two from Omega and one from Beta Iota (Toledo) and two blood brothers. Father-sons were: Kirk & Brandon Yosick (Beta […]Read More
Facts about Pi Kappa Phi @ Purdue
Fact Sheet • Pi Kappa Phi • 330 N. Grant St. Growing • Achieving • Serving Pi Kappa Phi prides itself in being the top philanthropic fraternity at Purdue while achieving academically and being leaders on campus. Here are some statistics from the last 2 or 3 semesters showing how we rank (most recently available […]Read More
Who is Pi Kappa Phi?
Who is Pi Kappa Phi? That’s an entirely appropriate question that should be posed by men considering joining the Greek system and might be interested in our chapter. That’s a legitimate question for parents, too. In a nutshell, the Omega chapter (Omega being the 24th letter of the Greek alphabet, meaning our chapter is the […]Read More