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Pi Kapp Goes Off-Campus And Rebrands As “Phi"

For those of you who spent NSO living under a rock reading a sad handwritten book, you might have gone to a party hosted by “Phi” and just thought it was your normal, sweaty, run-of-the-mill fraternity. But what you DON’T know, unless you’re like soo in the know, is that this new brotherhood of men is none other than the old Pi Kapp (Pi Kappa Phi), aka the latest in a long line of Panhellenic recognized Greek organizations to join Penn’s off-campus community.

After a tumultuous past two years–first a hazing allegation in 2014, followed by a series of probations/cease and desist, suspensions, and neglect by OFSL–the fraternity unanimously voted to move off campus last spring and was subsequently kicked off campus this summer. Their charter was revoked, and now they will operate under the name “Phi” and do literally the same thing they would’ve done as Pi Kapp. They’ll dirty rush, host parties and be free from the system.

That makes seven off-campus organizations (all of which can be seen here to the right). Only one question remains: who’s next?

Get more dirty details at The Daily Pennsylvanian