IFC/Penn State Declare All Fraternities Dry Until Further Notice

With PSU Football Season upon us, we wanted to remind all alumni that the HOUSE is currently dry, and we ask you to please respect this policy when returning for any home games. Penn State has issued a number of evolving changes to the Greek system, and one those is that all Fraternities are to be dry until further notice. As these new polices become better defined, we will keep you updated.

Thank you for helping to keep our Brotherhood strong.

The Memories Will Always Remain

Nick Molloy, ’59, Is Grateful for his Fraternity Experience

Following in his brother’s footsteps, Nick Molloy joined the Phi Kappa Sigma fraternity in the fall of 1956. “I was drawn to the fraternity because of my brother, who was a senior, and my fellow rushees,” he recalls.

A close group, Nick and his brothers truly exemplified what the brotherhood is all about. “Living in the house was like living with family. We grew to respect each other and work together as a team,” he recalls.  And while the accommodations may have been less than stellar, Nick made deep connections within the walls of the house. “I lived in the icebox second floor with another pledge and two brothers,” he says. “But I’ll never forget the fellowship of the 13 pledges who were brotherized in March 1957, because of the death of two pledges at Christmas time in 1956 on the PA Turnpike.”

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Thank You Donors!

Psi would like to thank the 51 Skull Brothers who have added their name to our Honor Roll this year. Without the loyal support of donors like you, we would not be able to accomplish our goals, so we thank you for playing a vital role. If you haven't yet added your name to the Honor Roll, doing so is quick, secure, and easy. Simply click HERE to join the list of Brothers who have given to our 2017 Annual Fund so far!