Hot off the Presses!

The Laurel December 2014 is now available to view online. In the issue, “The Next Chapter,” readers will find a recap from the 61st National Convention in Washington, D.C., features on the winners of the Maxwell Trophy and the Shideler Award, updates on individual chapter and alumni successes, a special story on the two men now in charge at the Executive Offices and much more.

Click here to view The Laurel December 2014.










 This Week in Phi Tau History

August 29-September 4 Phi Kappa Tau Membership Manual

Feb. 23-March 1

Feb. 23—Psi chapter at the University of Colorado (Boulder, Colo.) chartered (1924).

Feb. 23—Delta Chi chapter at the University of Rochester (Rochester, N.Y.) chartered (1985).

Feb. 23—Epsilon Omega chapter at Shepherd University (Shepherstown, W.V.) chartered (2002).

Feb. 24—The Booster Club at Ohio State joined the National Phrenocon Association (1912).

Feb. 24—Beta Nu chapter at San Diego State (San Diego, Calif.) chartered (1950).

Feb. 25—Gamma Chi chapter at Delta State University (Cleveland, Miss.) chartered (1968).

Feb. 26—Ned Brooks, Ohio State ‛22, initiated into the Gamma chapter. Brooks would become the moderator of NBC's Meet the Press from 1953 until 1965 (1922).

Feb. 28—The Non-Fraternity Association  competed in its first annual indoor track meet. Founding Father Clinton Boyd won the gold medal, beating a Phi Delt Theta member (1906).

March 1—Agora at Mount Union (Alliance, Ohio) is created with the purpose becoming a member of the National Phrenocon Association (1915).

March 1—Delta Nu chapter at Wright State University (Dayton, Ohio) chartered (1975).




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