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The Phi Kappa Literary Society is a debate society at the University of Georgia. We meet every academic Thursday at Phi Kappa Hall on North Campus at 7 p.m.

All with an insatiable appetite for knowledge and oratory are welcome.

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Sunday
Feb272011

GOT GUNS?

Come on out this thursday and debate your second amendment rights!

As always we’ll start things off around 7pm at Phi Kappa Hall.

“Now I know I’m in first class”, …. “I know your asking yourself: Did he fire 6 shots, or only five? Well I guess the question is do you feel lucky punk… well do ya?” - Bro. Clint Eastwood

Sunday
Feb062011

Results: ISD Note From the New WebMASTER 

(Bro. Howard and Bro. Carmon sharing Brotherhood.)

Bro. Tyler (Young Fresh and eager to demonstrate his skills)

Sis. FOXworth (Our Pres. and Master Orator)

Bro. Orlosky (The kick-boxing speaker… beware his words deal the most damage)

Bro. Carmon (the new Webmaster and an able speaker, ready for his chance to deal a devastating blow to the rivals across the way)

Alternate: Sis. Bardagjy (just hope she doesnt have to enter the arena… because she will crush the opposition)

Note to any fresh faces checking us out - the Intersociety Debate or “ISD” will be a chance to observe the two Literary societies on Campus… and watch us do what we do best. If you’re interested in attending - come on by PHI KAPPA Hall. Regular Debates are every Thur at 7:00PM we’d love to show you the process and bring in some new Brothers and Sisters!

Wednesday
Feb022011

This Week: ISD Try Outs

This week there will have five one-on-one match-ups of our siblings to determine the ISD team for the big competition with the rivals in March. Feel free to stop by the hall and watch all of the debates and to hang around for a 2nd or 3rd debate and Creative Writings.

Sunday
Jan232011

The Week: Book Censorship.

This week's resolution is:
NewSouth books ought to be commended for updating Huckleberry Finn.

Hope to see you at 7 on Thursday in PhiKappa Hall.

Wednesday
Nov102010

Speak American.

 November 11 2010, Mark Wheeler presented, “BIHR: The United States ought to adopt English as its official language.” Kayla Sullivan will be negating. This was also  the try-out for anyone wishing to participate in the UGA at Oxford debate. If you are interested, come prepared to speak.