Chi Phi's 155th Congress

Philadelphia, July 31-August 2, 2020


Sparks Memorial Medal

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The Fall Chakett

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Our mission is to build better men through lifelong friendships, leadership opportunities, and character development.

Chi Phi is truly a values based organization, dedicated to the successful scholarship of their men, and we are excited to watch this organization grow in the coming semesters.

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I joined Chi Phi because I wanted to be involved in something larger than myself and build something almost completely from the ground up.

Richard Reis

Chi Phi and its Brothers showed me respect, unity, and friendship that I strived to be a part of for the rest of my life.

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Congress Photos Now Available Online

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Looking for images from the 154th Chi Phi Congress? Look no further! Thanks to GreekYearbook for being our official convention photography company. All photos from convention can be found online. GreekYearbook

Congress Votes to Adopt National Flower

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The 154th Chi Phi Congress voted to adopt as our official flower, the white chrysanthemum.  Recognizing that our Fraternity had no flower to present to sweethearts, at banquets, and at

Celebrating our 2019 Award Recipients

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Chi Phi was thrilled to honor our Chapters, Alumni Associations, and individual Brothers and Friends at the 154th Congress in Indianapolis. With photos of each soon to come, we wanted

It Could Have Been Any of Us

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Originally published in the fall 2018 edition of The Chi Phi Chakett, Brother Felt's story was recently recognized by the Fraternity Communications Association (FCA) with the 2nd Place Award for