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How Did Phi Kappa Psi Make You the Man You Are Today?

We all gained invaluable lifelong benefits from Phi Kappa Psi. Did you learn about leadership at Phi Kappa Psi? Do the fraternity's core values play a role in your life today? Did you make a romantic or career connection thanks to Phi Kappa Psi?

Let us know how Phi Kappa Psi helped make you the man you are today. Click here to share your stories.

Dorothy "Mom" Brown Celebration

Join fellow Indiana Alpha - Phi Kappa Psi Alumni for a weekend to reconnect and celebrate with the beloved Dorothy "Mom" Brown, honoring the past 25+ years as housemother and wish her well as she prepares for retirement. 


Roasts, Toasts, and a Dinner with Entertainment
Thursday, June 6, 2019
5:00 p.m. cocktails
7:00 p.m. dinner and program

Laurel Hall, Phi Kappa Psi Headquarters
5395 Emerson Way
Indianapolis, IN 46226

Alumni and guests: $25/person
Current students: $10/person
Advanced registration is required for this event at Laurel Hall. 

Click here to register!

Chapter News

Beloved Indiana Alpha House Mother Featured in The DePauw

Recently, there was a small feature in The DePauw about our House Mother Dorothy Brown. Click HERE to see the story;

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Annual Fund Update - December 2018

2018 Annual Giving Year

Thank you to all alumni donors who have already made their gift for the 2018 annual fund. As a reminder, the annual fund runs from January 1 through December 31 each year, and supports alumni communications and events, house renovations, and chapter resources on a yearly basis.

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The Trick to Keeping Friends as We Get Older

It’s Hard to Maintain friendships and make new ones but it’s crucial.

*This article originally appeared in November in the Wall Street Journal.
By Diane Cole

Two or three times a week, Alan J. Fink, 64, the owner and manager of a box business in Baltimore, listens as his mother wishes out loud that she had good friends to go out with. That is worrisome for his mother, who is 88—and for himself.

“I don’t want to be in her position in another 20 years,” Mr. Fink says. He frets that his circle of friends should be wider, “so that, down the pike, we’ll all be available to each other—if and when we need each other.”

A growing body of data confirms that friends are essential to our medical, psychological and social well-being as we age. Yet many people find it difficult to maintain their circles of friends as they grow older.

“It’s not that we’re deliberately neglecting our friendships,” says Ryan Hubbard, principal at Hinterland Innovation, a Melbourne, Australia, company that researches friendship and social innovations for modern enterprises. Losing friends, Mr. Hubbard says, is often more a function of our lives being complicated.

Read more: The Trick to Keeping Friends as We Get Older

Lost Lists

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