The brothers of Phi Sigma Kappa are a diverse group of men, striving to meet the goals of our cardinal principles of brotherhood, scholarship, and character. At Phi Sigma Kappa we don’t like to identify with any particular group because we find it nearly impossible. Instead, with our chapter’s current members hailing from 13 different states, we focus on keeping a wide range of people. This allows us to gather insight from different backgrounds, cultures, and past experiences. It also brings in wide and varied interests, which is great in helping everybody break out of their shell and getting involved. Phi Sigma Kappa participates in many social events on campus throughout the year. Sorority mixers and socials help brothers and associates to meet new people in a fun environment. Other parties such as our Christmas Party and the “South of the Border” party attract students throughout the school year and allow Phi Sigs to take a small break from the rigorous academics of Georgia Tech. In addition to Phi Sig hosted events, brothers also participate in various activities that allow us to hang out with other Greek students. Pick-up volleyball games on weekends are a regular event, and organized intramurals let brothers meet other Greeks in a more competitive atmosphere. Besides on-campus events, Phi Sig hosts several annual events off campus. Mountain Weekend and Semi-Formal in fall are opportunities for brothers and associates to ask dates to join them for a weekend of fun and bonding. In the spring, we have our annual Formal, and all the brothers bring dates with them to spend the weekend at a location usually out of the state. Recent Formal locations have included New Orleans, Charleston, and Savannah. Phi Sigma Kappa currently has the most recently renovated house on campus, completed less than a year ago. The new house can house almost all of the brothers and has a full 15 meal per week meal plan cooked by our chef.