AXP – Past and Future

AXP – Past and FutureDeep into Winter, It’s Nice to Remember - Brother Peter Sigmund ’51 Reminisces

The Phi Phi house, during my four years (1947-1951) included a Masland rug (several in the Masland family were Phi Phi’s’), a grand piano, leather sofas and armchairs.  Mercer, our houseman, kept the fireplace going most of the day during the winter and woke us by shaking our pillows in the morning.  We had our own cook (what was her name?) and ate at round tables in the dining room.  Lunch was 75 cents and dinner $1.25.  We wore coats and ties and the conversations, and disagreements, were spirited with no ill feelings afterwards.

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Alumni Spotlight: David LeLong ‘98

Alumni Spotlight: David LeLong ‘98A Look Back at His Phi Phi Years and Where He is Now

The summer of 1995 was an important one for David Lelong ’98. It was the summer before his sophomore year—the summer that he decided to pledge Phi Phi in the fall.

“I had gotten to know many of the members over the summer, and they quickly became some of my good friends,” he explains.

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Undergraduate Event

Undergraduate EventUndergrads host Nat’l Conclave

Recently, the national AXP Fraternity chose to host their annual Leadership Conclave at Penn. The event included representatives from every AXP chapter nationwide. One very successful alum, Jim Rappaport '77, gave a talk about leadership. There were close to 125 men in attendance with around 40 attending the reception afterwards. Thanks to Phi Phi Club for sponsoring the event.