Chi Phi's 155th Congress

Philadelphia, July 31-August 2, 2020


Sparks Memorial Medal

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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.

Michele Kaplan

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.

Griffin Stewart

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Former Grand Eta George MacDonald Enters Chapter Eternal

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Brothers & Friends, It saddens us to announce the passing of former Grand Eta and truly great Chi Phi, George MacDonald, Kappa Delta 1971, Iota Zeta 1989, Eta Theta 2011.

Iota Delta Brother, Paleobiologist, Receives 2019 Cronkite Award

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Since its establishment in 1990, the Walter Leland Cronkite, Jr. Award has been granted by the Grand Council to only nineteen Brothers whose humanitarian, social, or political achievement benefitted our

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