Due to the inclement weather this week, Phi Kappa Literary Society was not able to meet at its usual time. This just builds up the anticipation for the February 20th meeting of Phi Kappa at its traditional hours of debate and comraderie with a special Phi Kappan twist.
After a grueling evening/morning of debating next semester’s positions, all decisions were reached by 3:30 am, the time of adjournment.
- President - Brother Stanton Kincaid
- 1st Assistant - Sister Melina Lewis
- 2nd Assistant - Brother Phil Grant
- Chief Justice - Sister Kassidy Dean
- Associate Justices - Sister Katherine LaMantia, Sister Kris Henry
- Alumni Secretary - Sister Amy Libby
- Clerk - Sister Abie Smith
- Treasurer - Brother Andrew Plaskowsky
- Historian - Brother Richard Banton
- Clavinger - Brother Graham Hord
- Censor - Brother Matthew Tyler
- Webmaster - Sister Shreya Singh
Each year, the Phi Kappa Society plays host to the University of Georgia’s spookiest creative writing competition. Members and guests alike are invited to present interesting or original scary stories by candlelight inside of our 187 year old hall. Prizes will be awarded for best story and best costume.
So, stop by the hall at 7pm this halloween for UGA’s oldest and best scary story competition. The ghost of Brother Alexander Stephens compells you.
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Join the Phi Kappa Literary Society this Thursday and voice your opinion on the recent government shutdown as members and guests alike debate, “The 2014 Continuing Appropriations Act should not have been passed and signed into law.”
Prior to the debate, Vice President for Student Affairs Victor K. Wilson will deliver a rousing oration.
Creative Writings & Orations will follow later in the evening.
RSVP to the event on Facebook so we will have a count for refreshments.
Founded in 1820, the Phi Kappa Literary Society is a student debate organization committed to the mental and moral elevation of it members through the mediums of debate and oratory. Guests are welcome and encouraged to speak on matters of debate every academic Thursday at 7 P.M. in the historic Phi Kappa Hall on North Campus (across the quad from the Holmes-Hunter Academic Building). There is no required dress code for guests, although most choose to wear business casual as members typically dress in business attire.
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