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.



Should prostitution be legalized?


The Phi Kappa Literary Society will be holding its first meeting of the semester this Thursday at 7 pm in Phi Kappa Hall. Drop by to give your opinion and affirm or negate the following resolution: BIHR: Prostitution should be legalized. 

Where does the government’s moral duty lie, or do they have one at all? Is legalizing prostitution compassionate or harmful? How much can we rely on other countries who have legalized prostitution to set a precedent for us? Is US culture just not ready for this? Should prostitution be treated like any other service based business, or is buying the use of a person’s body just one step too far? We want to know what you think. Come by Phi Kappa Hall this Thursday for a great debate. 


Summer Meeting

Don’t forget to attend to our summer meting this Saturday, July 19 at 2 p.m. in Phi Kappa Hall. All members and guests are invited to come and speak. The topic of debate will be: Be it Hereby Resolved: Reality TV is an accurate depiction of American culture. Come and let your voice be heard! We look forward to seeing you. 



On This Day in Phi Kappa History...

On July 5, 1836, Phi Kappa Hall was formally dedicated. The hall was constructed at an expense of $5,000, with funding spearheaded by Brother Alexander Stephens. 178 years later, Phi Kappa members are still in love with their beautiful home on UGA’s North Campus!




Introduce Yourself!

The Phi Kappa Literary Society will be tabling at orientation all through this summer. Look for our banner and come say hi! We’d love to get to know you.



Election Night 

Phi Kappa will be holding elections tonight. There will be no debate held at the hall. We hope everyone enjoyed a wonderful semester of debate, camraderie, and siblinghood! 

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