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Chapter ReportOpen any news site nowadays, and you're bound to find a negative story about a fraternity tied to hazing, alcohol abuse, or sexual abuse. The perception of fraternities, and the culture of Greek life on campuses nationwide, is drastically changing. We denounce these negative acts that so-called "fraternities" are choosing to participate in, and are dedicated to preserving the Phi Phi reputation and legacy that are centered on the Landmarks of our Fraternity--especially the insistence on a high and clean moral standard.

Phi Phi Chapter has organized a series of speaker events for postulants as part of their new member education program, as well as for active brothers. Topics will focus on alcohol safety, sexual violence, and sexual harassment. Stay tuned to www.phiphiclub.com for more information about the speaker series.

Our brotherhood takes pride in being one of the most diverse chapters on campus. Not only do we have members from around the world, but we are also diverse in our interest and participation. A majority of brothers are involved in other organizations on campus, helping to expand Phi Phi's presence.

Philanthropically, brothers held a bake sale with ADPi sorority to benefit PAWS and the Ronald McDonald House. The chapter also participated in Greek or Treat, handing out Halloween candy to kids from the West Phillly area. Plans are in the works for a 5K run to benefit Habitat for Humanity next spring.