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2013 Annual Report: The Torch

The 2013 Annual Report: The Torch is now available to view online. In The Torch, readers will find a full honor roll of donors who gave in 2013, a total assets comparison from audited financial statements, a list of 2013 Ewing T. Boles Society members, testimonials from donors on why they give, and most importantly, a breakdown of how the Foundation continued to support Phi Kappa Tau’s mission and provide financial assistance for its members in 2013. 

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 This Week in Phi Tau History

August 1-7 Bryan Wage at Painted Turtle 2006

July 28-Aug. 3

July 29—Phi Kappa Tau celebrates its Diamond Jubilee (75th Anniversary) in Oxford, Ohio (1981).

July 31—Twelve senior members of Phrenocon Association took the first group photo (1909).

Aug. 1—Hole in the Wall Gang Camps were adopted as Phi Kappa Tau's national philanthropy at the 52nd National Convention in Washington, D.C. (1995).

Aug. 3—Jack L. Anson, Colgate ‘47, was born (1924).


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