Phi Kappa Theta Bolsters Lifetime Skills For Navy Man

“I rushed more than a few houses, but didn’t find the kind of atmosphere that I felt at PKT. I came to Penn State on a Navy [Reserves Officers Training Corps] scholarship. One of the upperclassmen in NROTC was already a brother. That helped make my decision for me. That person became my big brother as well,” says Stan Allsopp '70, referring to Dave Gondak '68.

When asked about his fraternity experience, Stan responds enthusiastically.

“It was a blast! The brotherhood was a diverse group of guys, and all of them were good people and became good friends as well. We had a great social program, teamed with several sororities on projects [and had] good food from the kitchen. And, the parties!” he says.

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Barron discusses Greek life reform as part of New York Times forum

Penn State President Eric Barron discussed national challenges and reform efforts related to hazing and Greek life on May 31, as part of the New York Times Higher Ed Leaders Forum. Barron joined author and Bloomberg reporter John Hechinger on the panel, which was moderated by Stephanie Saul, investigative reporter for the New York Times. Barron emphasized the critical need for a coordinated, national effort among universities and communities to increase student safety, reduce dangerous behaviors and hold Greek-letter organizations accountable. Click HERE to view the video "The Riddle of Greek Life."

*Courtesy of Penn State News

How Penn State Greek Reforms Have Positively Impacted State College Neighbors

New measures put in place to curb dangerous activities in Greek life at Penn State have, in part, led to a calmer and quieter existence in the Highlands neighborhood, where most fraternity houses are located.

"Penn State's recent reforms with respect to Greek life have helped improve the quality of life in our neighborhoods in an immense and meaningful way," Mayor Don Hahn said in a statement. "I am appreciative of the Penn State administration, especially President Eric Barron and Vice President for Student Affairs Damon Sims, for seeing the need to and following through on the commitment to change the Greek system for the better. I look forward to continuing to work with Penn State, its fraternities, its students and alumni, and our community members to continue to make positive strides forward for both Penn State and State College."

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