pi phi publications

Pi Beta Phi publications offer members the opportunity to share stories of meaning with one another long after time on campus comes to an end. The purpose of Pi Beta Phi publications, including The Arrow®, The Bow and the blog, is to keep members apprised of matters of value to Pi Beta Phi, foster Lifelong Commitment through engaging storytelling, celebrate the lives of fellow Pi Phis and serve as a record of our sisterhood for future generations. 


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News and Notes

Meet our 2024 Leadership Institute Facilitators

Whitney Barnes South Dakota Alpha Tess Betz Michigan Alpha  Dori Boone Texas Delta  Kimberly Crowe Kentucky Beta  Kyra Flatow Montana Alpha  Lindsey Germono Glodt Virginia Delta Molly Harris-Stevens Mississippi Beta Carla Hashley Michigan Epsilon  Nicole Johnson Colorado ...

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International Officers

Through their work, these Pi Phis live the values we hold dear while giving their time and talent to better ...

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10 Reasons To Join A Sorority

Whether you’re beginning your collegiate journey or considering recruitment as a returning student, you might be wondering if sorority life ...

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Report the passing of a member

We honor our Pi Phi sisters who have passed away and celebrate their part in our sisterhood. Each member's name and Initiation year will be published in The Arrow® and in the convention memorial service booklet. 

Memorial gifts made to Pi Beta Phi Foundation are a loving and lasting way to honor the memory of a beloved Pi Phi sister. If you wish to make a gift in a member’s memory, you may do so here.

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Pi Phi Events

Pi Phi programs and events promote personal growth, provide opportunities for service and give collegians and alumnae a way to develop and practice their leadership skills. Our events are a way for members to establish meaningful connections with other Pi Phis, spanning distance and generations.

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