With another winter under way, the Phi Kaps took the ladies from Gamma Phi Beta to Mahoney State Park for ice skating on a Saturday night in February.
The brotherhood hosted a watch party of Super Bowl XLVIII, Seahawks vs. Broncos, with the ladies of Alpha Xi Delta. After a meal provided by the Parents’ Association, both Greek organizations enjoyed the game, full of merriment, football, and hilarious commercials.
The men of Alpha Gamma Sigma and Phi Kappa Theta are holding a fundraiser featuring pulled pork sandwiches from Famous Dave’s BBQ, in honor of Daryl Warday. Daryl was an AGS man and a father to Phi Kappa Theta, and recently he passed away due to complications from Multiple Sclerosis. Tickets cost $4 in advance and $5 at the door, there will also be $2 raffle tickets sold for the chance to win signed Husker memorabilia, with procceeds supporting the National MS Society. The event runs from 5pm-2am at the new Phi Kappa Theta House (303 N. 17th Street) on Thursday, November 7th. For more details check out the facebook page here.
The men of Phi Kappa Theta enjoyed the company and wonderful sportsmanship of the G-Phi ladies at Spikes Beach Bar & Grille.
After some delicious pizza, the courts were filled with teams of enthused volleyball players.
There were many successes, a few failures, and lots of unnecessary dives.
Thanks to the ladies of Gamma Phi for such a fun evening!
For more pictures, check out the facebook post here.
The Phi Kappa Theta House is open for business.
This fall, the Fraternity hopes to house 60+ members in the newly built house.
Brothers are highly anticipating their new living space and all that it could mean in terms of growth and outreach for the Nebraska Pi chapter.
Phi Kaps show their support of Childrens Miracle Network by dancing all night and helping to raise almost $81,000.[button link="http://phikaps.net/wordpress/?page_id=247"] View Pics Here[/button]
The lovely ladies of Gamma Phi Beta joined the Phi Kap brothers on the ice rink out at Mahoney State Park for a night of fun.
Bishop James D. Conley visited the Phi Kappa Theta House, currently under construction, before the Spring Red and White game.