Looking for information on Pi Kappa Phi? You’ve come to the right place, my friend. We’ve got all of the details on the fraternity’s history, chapters, alumni, and of course, their affinity for throwing absolute bangers. So without further ado, let’s break down everything you need to know about Pi Kappa Phi.
Pi Kappa Phi Details
Founded: December 10, 1904
Notable Alumni: Randy Owen (lead singer of Alabama), Rich Eisen (TV journalist), Tommy Lasorda (Hall of Fame MLB manager), Jim Edmonds (former MLB All-Star), and Adrian Cronauer (Armed Forces Radio, inspiration for Good Morning Vietnam)
Pi Kappa Phi History
Pi Kappa Phi was founded by Andrew Kroeg, Simon Fogarty, and Harry Mixson at the College of Charleston in Charleston, South Carolina on December 10, 1904. Pi Kappa Phi grew rapidly, as a second chapter was formed at Presbyterian College in 1907 and a third chapter at the University of California, Berkeley in 1909.
As the fraternity’s chapters continued to increase, so did their philanthropic efforts. Pi Kappa Phi currently operates The Ability Experience, which serves people with disabilities. They hold events and fundraisers all over the country to support this very noble cause.
Pi Kappa Phi Party Videos
This probably isn’t the best segue after talking about such an important topic, but I’d be lying to you if I said that Pi Kappa Phi doesn’t know how to have a good time. Check out these Pi Kappa Phi parties at their Florida State University and University of Florida chapters, including an appearance by my main man Riff Raff.