Uniquely Different and Genuinely Friends

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Being a first-generation college student, Indiana Theta Amanda Rychtanek Graf and her parents were worried about how she would transition into her collegiate career at Valparaiso University. Once Amanda joined Pi Beta Phi, it opened her mind to many opportunities … Read More

Your Home Tells the Story of Who You Are

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Since high school, Mississippi Alpha Lindsay Rolph dreamed of becoming an interior designer. Today, she has worked for various designers in Louisiana and Texas, and has found her niche in new home building designing. Lindsay works with clients to make … Read More

See the Able, Not the Label

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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

Fond Memories and Lifelong Commitment

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Maryland Beta Anita Tracy, a member of the New Haven, Connecticut, Alumnae Club, works in the professional world as an aerospace engineer. Her sister often comments that she is actually an “arrow-space engineer,” an apt description that combines her two … Read More

The Best Way to Find Yourself is to Lose Yourself in the Service of Others

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Through a friend in her chemistry class, Colorado Gamma Alex Wolf learned about Vida Volunteer, a service-learning program with the goal of helping future health professionals provide medical services to people in Central America. Since participating in the program would … Read More

Do Small Things with Great Love

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On a cold, windy November afternoon, Pennsylvania Beta Kristen Van Voris Armaly made the two-hour round-trip drive from her home in Greenville, South Carolina, down to Clemson University to visit a special woman in her life. Kristen had rearranged her … Read More

What different ways we might have gone, if Pi Phi hadn’t come along.

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One day, New York Epsilon Kayla Melanson was scanning through her Facebook and noticed a post from New York Epsilon Amanda Lambros, who had been a few years younger than her at Rennselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI). Amanda mentioned a K-9 … Read More

Stronger than the Storm

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In fall 2012, Hurricane Sandy caused destruction along the entire Eastern seaboard, from Florida to Maine. The hurricane destroyed thousands of homes and caused millions of dollars in destruction. One of the sisters impacted by Hurricane Sandy was New York … Read More

Give Back to the Fraternity and Have a Positive Experience

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Within a few months of graduating in spring 2012, New York Alpha Emily Fasel realized she missed Pi Phi, so she reached out to the Collegiate Regional Team to find a way to become involved again. Not long after that, … Read More

No Matter the Letter, We’re All Greek Together

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Last month, I had the pleasure of visiting several fraternity and sorority headquarters located in Indianapolis. I enjoyed meeting new friends and talking about our shared passion for the fraternity and sorority community. And I especially enjoyed treating the staff … Read More

Alone We Can Do So Little, Together We Can Do So Much

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If you attended Convention 2015 in Chicago, you may recognize Michigan Epsilon Carla Hashley. As the representative for the Nation’s Capital –D.C. Alumnae Club you could not keep her in her seat during the Awards Ceremony. The club won multiple … Read More

The Start of Something New

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In December 1980, Virginia Epsilon Ellen Showen Standish offered a young woman in her apartment complex a ride to the Virginia Tech University campus. The young woman saw Ellen’s car sticker and asked, “Are you a Pi Phi?” As a … Read More