Chapter Holds Elections

New executive board, brother Brett Holle President

President: Brett Holle 
Vice President of Fraternal Development: Anthony Sercer
Vice President of Intellectual Development: Andrew Walberg
Vice President of Social Development: Carl Whitmer
Vice President of Spiritual Development: Jacob Lowery
Vice President of Leadership Development: Ryan Barrett 
Treasurer: James Manning
Secretary: Austin Howard
Judicial Board: Karl Netemeyer, Danny Miller

ront (Left to right): Karl Netemeyer, Andrew Walberg, Jacob Lowery, Ryan Barrett, Brian Koenig, Daniel Miller, Carl Whitmer

Back: James Manning, Brett Holle, Anthony Sercer, Austin Howard

Ten Members Initiated in Fall Class

New Members pass through Associate Membership

Ten new members were initiated after completing the ten-week associate membership program, those being: Jacob Lowery, Jack Nolte, Carl Whitmer, Luke Knehans, Austin Howard, Ryan Madrigal, Edgar Cordero, Christian Janota, Ian Alonzo, and Michael West.

With elections right around the corner, the new actives look to step up and take leadership roles in the chapter.  

The 34 active members pose following initiation.

Phi Kap places 3rd in Homecoming

Phi Kappa Theta, Gamma Phi Beta, and Sigma Phi Epsilon place third in homecoming this year.

The men of Phi Kappa Theta had a great experience with participating in Homecoming this fall.

The homecoming theme for this year was K-State Coast to Coast.  The pairing chose a play on Monopoly as their individual theme, relating all of the properties on the game to places around the country and personalized it to fit K-State by calling the game "Emawpoly."

The float for the parade.

The float for the parade.

 The pairing did especially well in the WRL dance competition, placing second. (Pictured below)

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The pairing also placed in spirit sign and the parade, and participated in Pant the Chant, the Children's carnival, Paint the Ville, and the 5k race.

Spirit sign on Campus

Spirit sign on Campus

Pant the Chant

Pant the Chant

At the pep rally after the parade.

At the pep rally after the parade.

Brothers participate in HandsOn Food Distribution

Ten Phi Kaps helped sort and hand out food to those in need

From 3-6 this afternon, Phi Kaps took time out of their day to help HandsOn and Harvesters of Kansas City pass out food to the needy in the parking lot of Bill Snyder Family Stadium.

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The first shift of brothers sorted through and bagged carrots and onions and handed them out.

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The second shift mainly handed out food. Both shifts braved the elements, and enjoyed volunteering their time.

Intramural Ultimate Finishes 3-2

Team outscores opponents 53-26

On Tuesday, the Phi Kap ultimate team wrapped up league play, losing a tough game 8-7.

Phi Kaps began the season very strong, winning their first game 15-3.  They followed up their victory winning 13-6, and won 16-3 in their third game.

Phi Kaps had a very tough 4th game, falling 6-2 to a team comprised of club ultimate players.

In their final game, brothers held a 5-1 lead in the first half, but couldn't hang on, losing 8-7 in heartbreaking fashion.

The team finished ranked 11th, and hoped to be selected for the playoff field of 12 but were not.

Phi Kaps enjoyed the season and look forward to next year.

President Schulz Speaks at Phi Kap

K-State President visits for formal dinner and speaks

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The men of Phi Kap welcomed Kirk Schulz Wednesday evening to the chapter house. After a delicious dinner, Schulz spent time to talk about his career path to K-State, his future plans for the university, and the how to be a good leader.

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Schulz spent most of the time answering questions from members. He answered questions about tuition, his busy daily schedule, how be a good time manager with schoolwork, and what to expect with the K-State 2025 plan among other questions.

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Phi Kaps Help out at the KSU Recycling center

Thirty Members spend Sunday sorting through Gameday recycling

On Sunday afternoon, thirty Phi Kaps spent two hours at the K-State recycling center.

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Brothers sorted through trash and recycling bags from the K-State - Texas Tech game the previous evening. Three other fraternity's helped as well, as the afternoon went by quickly and 4 truckloads of bags were sorted through. Brothers were happy to help the KSU community and look forward to helping again next year.

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Annual Dad's Day a Success

Phi Kap dads visited Saturday the 27th

Dads enjoyed a breakfast tailgate, the KSU-UTEP football game at 11 am and got to spend time at the chapter house in the afternoon.

Tailgate

Tailgate

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Phi Kaps and Dads watched from the front row as K-State won 58-28.

Roughly 20 dads attended the day and celebrated a K-State victory afterward with a grill-out at the chapter house.

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Phi Kaps participate in Sigma Kappa's Mudbowl

One of two Teams Wins Consolation Bracket

Phi Kap sent two teams to participate in the annual Mudbowl mud volleyball tournament hosted by Sigma Kappa Sorority last Saturday, Sept. 20th. One of the two teams claimed the consolation championship.

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Team 2 won their opening game against Beta Sig, then lost their following game to Beta.

Meanwhile, team 1 lost their first game, then won four consecutive games to win the consolation bracket.

Brothers paid for entry into the tournament, and proceeds went to cure Alheimerz disease, Sigma Kappa's chapter philanthropy.

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