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Transcript of Week 3!
Greek organizations existed as early as the 15TH CENTURY
1st Greek Orgainzation:
Phi Beta Kappa
Earliest Greek Organizations for Women:
Kappa Kappa Gamma
Kappa Alpha Theta
State colleges were known as
Normal or Teacher's Colleges
Many founders of PSP were members of
Phi Lambda Epsilon
PSP was founded at
State Teacher’s College at Warrensburg Missouri
Now known as:
University of Central Missouri
February 14th, 1916
Eldo L. Hendricks
Claude A. Phillips
Tripod to put equal emphasis on each
Became National Fraternity:
Bradley Polytechnic Institute in Peoria, IL
National Publication for ALL members:
Phi Sigma Pi Newsletter
(The Little Torch)
Very Similar to Kappa Phi Kappa
But thought that merging would unnecessarily change the identity of PSP
Purple and Gold Newsletter
Established in 1940
Maintain closer contact between National Office and Chapters
Clair B. Wilson
made first initiate handbook
Slowed membership growth in 20th century
The year PSP became THE NATIONAL HONOR FRATERNITY
allowed PSP to become co-ed because it was not a social fraternity, but rather based on academics
It was passed as an amendment to the National Constitution at National Chapter
Richard Cecil Todd and Clauda Pennock Todd
created the Phi Sigma Pi scholarship fund for
members who embody ideals of fellowship, scholarship, and leadership
The Subrosa Fund
is a monetary fund to assist brothers who are experience some kind of hardship
it means "under the rose"