Pi Kappa Phi teamed up with Natchitoches Hope For Paws and the Natchitoches Humane Society to offer some much-needed relief from the stress of the Spring semester.
For the 20th time, members of Pi Kappa Phi’s Beta Omicron Chapter at Northwestern State University welcomed The Journey of Hope cycling team to Louisiana on their cross-country trek on behalf of people with disabilities.
More than a hundred members of the Northwestern State University community are joining Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity in a conversation about respect.
A member of Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity will return to Northwestern State University this Fall with an experience unlike any of his peers. Some students spend their Summer break earning spending money or taking an exotic vacation, but Tyler Vienne used his Summer to learn new skills, see the country, grow as an individual and leave a lasting impact for people with disabilities.
Members, alumni and friends of Pi Kappa Phi welcomed cyclists from The Ability Experience to Louisiana on their latest stop in a cross-country trek on behalf of people with disabilities.
A much-needed break from exams and mid-semester lectures at came as a welcome surprise for Northwestern State University on Wednesday. Students got some quality time with shelter pets through Pi Kappa Phi’s annual philanthropic event, ‘The Puppy Experience.’
Two Pi Kappa Phi brothers from NSU are spending their Spring Break in Guatemala to make an impact for people with disabilities on an international level.
Thomas Marlbrough, a senior at Northwestern State University, has been selected as the 2017-2018 Student Representative to The Ability Experience Board of Directors.
The cycling trek lasts only two weeks, but the lives touched along the 845-miles of Gear Up Florida’s route won’t soon forget NSU Pi Kappa Phi members like David Johnson and Michael Dailey.
The Beta Omicron Chapter of Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity is doing their part to keep Natchitoches beautiful. On March 24, 2017, active and associate members of the Northwestern State University fraternity held their regular ‘Trash Bash.’
With tails furiously wagging, adorable dogs took over the Kyser Hall brickway on the Northwestern State University campus Tuesday, signaling the return of Pi Kappa Phi’s annual philanthropic event, ‘The Puppy Experience.
Four members of Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity are returning to Northwestern State University this Fall with a Summer experience unlike any of their peers. On Saturday, August 13, Thomas Marlbrough, Michael Dailey, Sean Austin, and William Devall celebrated their completion of the largest fraternal fundraising and awareness event of its kind, the Journey of Hope.
More than 200 students and faculty at Northwestern State University have pledged to eliminate a particular word from their vocabulary. Wednesday, April 20, 2016 is the last day they will use “retarded” in conversation.
Historic flooding in Natchitoches couldn’t prevent Pi Kappa Phi’s popular philanthropic event, ‘The Puppy Experience,’ from making its return to the Northwestern State University campus.
Five members of Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity at Northwestern State University spent their weekend building new amenities for Children’s Association for Maximum Potential (CAMP) Camp in Center Point, Texas, near San Antonio.
Carrigen Cain has been named the 2015 Northwestern State University Miss Ability. The annual pageant, held November 19, is an outreach project of Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity, which aims to raise awareness on behalf of people with disabilities.
The fun and excitement of Halloween came a day early for clients of the Natchitoches Association for Retarded Citizens (NARC), as members of Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity at Northwestern State University helped throw a spooky celebration for the center’s clients.
How many people can claim to have more than one life-changing experience in a single summer? Northwestern State University sophomore Dalton Randolph can.
The cycling trek lasts only two weeks, but the lives touched along the 865-miles of Gear Up Florida’s route won’t soon forget Pi Kappa Phi members like Sean Austin, Zack Cockerham, and Austin Craft.
Fur, friends, and tail-wagging fun came together at Northwestern State University for a unique philanthropic event on Wednesday. Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity sponsored ‘The Puppy Experience,’ an opportunity for students to take a break from mid-term exams, hang out with adorable pups, and support two great causes.
Alayni Guidry has been named the 2014 Northwestern State University Miss Push America. The annual pageant, held October 21, is an outreach project of Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity, which aims to raise awareness on behalf of people with disabilities.
Members of Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity and Sigma Sigma Sigma Sorority are keeping alive the spirit of service embodied by Northwestern State University alumna Sharon Sampité with their 6th annual cycling trek across Natchitoches Parish.
The cycling trek lasts only two weeks, but the memories made along the 800-miles of Gear Up Florida’s route won’t soon forget Pi Kappa Phi members like Sean Austin. The Northwestern State University junior was among 36 cyclists and crew members riding across the State of Florida to re-shape the perception of people with disabilities.
Two Northwestern State University Greek organizations will honor the memory of deceased alumni by completing an annual cycling trek across Natchitoches Parish during this year’s Homecoming events. Members of Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity and Sigma Sigma Sigma Sorority will ride in memory of the late Sharon Sampité and the late Joe Sampité to raise funds for the Sharon Sampité, John and Allison Van Hoof Educational Scholarship administered through the NSU Foundation and the Sampité Family Baseball Scholarship administered through the NSU Athletic Association.
Their campout may not have taken them far from home, but the message that accompanies Pi Kappa Phi’s scaffold sit will travel across the Northwestern State University campus. Members of the fraternity took turns perched atop a construction scaffold in front of the chapter house from September 24-25, 2012.