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Photo Flashback: Kappa Chapter in the ’70s

Pictured: The crowd at 501 S. Allen listens to the bands at the 1979 Fall Free-For-All - Bravura and Tahoka Freeway!

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Have You Given Back in The Last 5 Years?

Every year, Phi Sigma Kappa alumni show an enormous amount of support for the Kappa Chapter.  As Phi Sigma Kappa approaches the end of

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An Update from the Alumni Board Chair

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I’m pleased to be writing to you as the Board plans for a return to a certain amount of normalcy at 501 South Allen this fall.  In fact, we are planning for an in-person Homecoming! From March 2020, when PSU sent the students home, until now, has been a time of unimaginable challenge and experience.  Yet, we came through it

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Kappa Chapter Scorecard

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Each semester, Penn State releases a Greek Community Scorecard which shows a snapshot of key measures for each chapter. These were Kappa Chapter’s stats for Fall 2020 outlined below. Congrats to the chapter on a successful semester!

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The Benefits of Brotherhood

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As you know, being a part of a fraternity offers more than just a social experience—as Brothers we gained a sense of community, a place to call home, preparation for post-grad life, and the life-changing, lifelong benefits of friendship, leadership and shared values.   What do 85% of the executives of Fortune 500 co

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Alumni Update: Terry Henderson ’65

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Thanks to Terry Henderson '65 for taking us back with this update about the house from 50 years ago! See what Terry had to say about the house below. "I don’t know how many older alums remember that the house used to have ivy growing on the walls. When I was pledge class president in 1962 I was looking for

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Can Volunteering Lead to a Longer Life?

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According to an article by the Wall Street Journal, volunteering could be good for your health – particularly once you’re retired. A study, “involving more than 64,000 subjects age 60 and older from 1998 to 2010 has found results suggesting that volunteering slows the cognitive decline of aging.” Still not con

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Founders Day

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On March 20, 2021, Kappa celebrated the 148th National anniversary and 122nd Kappa Chapter anniversary of Founders Day.  It was a virtual Zoom event, with alumni participating from home and the actives from Kappa Mansion.  We had 40+ alumni in attendance, with representation from the 1970s through the 2010s.  The celebration include

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Alumni Profile: John Lloyd ’62

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We recently caught up with our very own John Lloyd ’62  and had the chance to ask him about his Phi Sig experience, and where life since Penn State has taken him. Here's what he had to say:  After graduating in 1962 I went to work with the State of PA Bureau of Employment Security in Erie as a field auditor. After a

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Fun Facts About Phi Sigma Kappa

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Every fraternity thinks they have the best; the best Intramural sports team, the best-looking group of guys, the best leaders, and now, as alumni, the best stories to share. What are some fun facts you remember about Phi Sigma Kappa?  Take a look at some history facts below:  Kappa Chapter of Phi Sigma Kappa was estab

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