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Brothers Trust Challenge

Throughout September brothers from around the country will be accepting the challenge and joining the Brothers Trust by donating $19.06 to the Phi Kappa Tau Foundation.

The Brothers Trust provides an opportunity for Phi Kappa Tau undergraduates to begin a tradition of giving and plays a lead role in sustaining Phi Kappa Tau's future, while enhancing charitable and unrestricted giving to the Foundation. Through their participation in the Brothers Trust Challenge, these undergraduates join their alumni counterparts in supporting Phi Kappa Tau by establishing an early and commendable pattern of giving that will help Phi Kappa Tau today and for generations to come.

Click here to accept the challenge.

National Hazing Prevention Week 2014

Phi Kappa Tau is once again supporting National Hazing Prevention Week. It is scheduled for Sept. 22-26. 

The week is an opportunity for campuses, schools, communities, organizations and individuals to raise awareness about the problem of hazing, educate others about hazing and promote the prevention of hazing. HazingPrevention.org, which is sponsored by the Fraternity, is organizing the week.

The Fraternity is encouraging its members and Phriends of Phi Tau to participate through the #LiveYourOath campaign. Anyone can download the branded Facebook cover photo and profile picture, and utilize #LiveYourOath in social media posts regarding how they live their oath.  

Click here for more information. 







 This Week in Phi Tau History

September 26-October 2 Coach Bill Mallory

Sept. 22-28

Sept. 26—Bill Mallory, Miami ’54, was initiated into Alpha chapter. Mallory was head coach of several NCAA Division I football teams, including Miami University, University of Colorado, Northern Illinois University and Indiana University (1954).

Sept. 27—Marty "Butch" Kottler, Centre '30, scored the first touchdown in franchise history for the Pittsburgh Pirates, which would later be renamed the Steelers, with a 99-yard interception return (1933).


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