Along Volunteer Boulevard on the University of Tennessee (UT) campus is a statue of a man holding a torch. It is a statue of the Torchbearer—UT’s official symbol— and it bears the university’s Volunteer Creed: “One that beareth a torch … Read More
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There’s a lot of character in Waco, Texas. It’s a true college town filled with mom and pop stores, many boasting the motto “Keep Waco Wacky.” There is a special connection between the town and Baylor University (BU), which is … Read More
There is no “typical” day in the life of California Alpha Tiffany Alvarez Smith. Every day is different, exciting and hard. On the day we spoke, Tiffany had spent the majority of her day on a school site working with … Read More
With an unmistakable passion for helping autistic youth, Texas Eta Morgan Greco is the perfect example of patience, kindness and love. I had the opportunity to spend time with Morgan to learn where her positive energy comes from. Morgan’s younger … Read More
Senior Simone Klein, New York Delta, can be proud of what she has accomplished at Cornell University. Immediately after joining Pi Beta Phi, Simone served as Vice President of Communications. Sharing the news of the chapter and representing Pi Phi … Read More
New Jersey Alpha Audrey Ou is from Hong Kong, so I had to ask what brought her halfway across the globe to Princeton University. Very simple: her older brother. Her brother attended Princeton and always tried to convince Audrey it … Read More