Phi Kappa Phi initiation
Junior Lea Mason gives a hug after receiving her certificate and pin during the Phi Kappa Phi initiation ceremony on March 14, 2013 in Pearce Auditorium.

Phi Kappa Phi Initiation Ceremony

Mar 19, 2013
Brenau Staff

The Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society initiated 79 new members into the 301st Chapter on Thursday, March 14 to an intimate crowd of family and friends in the Pearce Auditorium on Brenau’s historic Gainesville campus. The new inductees included four faculty and staff members, 42 graduate students, nine seniors and 24 juniors.

The Brenau Chapter began on August, 30, 2007 and continues to hold the society’s creedo of  “Philosophía Krateítō Phōtôn,” interpreted to mean, Let the love of learning rule humanity,” in high esteem. Phi Kappa Phi, which has over 300 chapters and over one million members, is the nation’s “oldest, largest, and most selective collegiate honor society for all academic disciplines.”

New inductees received a certificate, pin and a warm welcome from the chapter’s officers in front of the stage in Pearce. A reception followed in the Presidents Gallery on the second floor.

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