Capping off a successful and memorable Spring semester, members of Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity at Northwestern State University, celebrated recent accomplishments and brotherhood at their annual Rose Ball formal.
Serious competition and picture-perfect weather in Louisiana’s oldest town helped create a memorable day on the links for teams participating in the 10th annual Pi Kappa Phi Golf Tournament.
111 years after Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity was founded, the Beta Omicron Chapter at Northwestern State University marked the anniversary by welcoming its newest members and honoring the founding fathers who began this tradition of inspiring its members to become leaders.
A week of gatherings reunited Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity brothers, spouses, and guests from around the country, all returning to their alma mater to celebrate NSU Homecoming on October 16-17, 2015.
Recently-initiated members of Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity, the accomplishments of exceptional leaders, and a successful semester were reason enough to celebrate at the Beta Omicron chapter Rose Ball. Held on Friday, April 24, 2015 at Merci Beaucoup Restaurant in the Natchitoches Historic District, the annual formal brought together generations of Pi Kappa Phi members, alumni, their families, and several special guests from Northwestern State University.
Cool temperatures and crystal clear skies were a real treat for the teams of golfers at Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity’s 9th annual golf tournament. Several inches of rain and strong storms had postponed the scramble a week earlier. On Saturday, March 28, 2015, chapter alumni, family and friends of the Fraternity and community members teed-off in perfect weather at Northwestern Hills Golf Course.
Fifteen years ago, Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity celebrated its official return to Northwestern State University after an 18-year hiatus. In early 1999, a group of student leaders set out on a journey to re-charter the Beta Omicron chapter. Less than a year later, on February 12, 2000, a group of 29 young men earned their charter.