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Arrow Reader's Guide

Arrow Reader's Guide

How to Receive The Arrow

Collegians receive quarterly issues of The Arrow each year with payment of collegiate dues through their chapter. Individual copies are mailed to each undergraduate member’s permanent address, and each Pi Beta Phi chapter receives six copies.

The Summer Arrow is mailed to all alumnae. Dues paying alumnae are mailed the winter, spring and fall issues. The Arrow is posted online, and non-dues paying alumnae who have a good email address listed with Headquarters receive an email notification. Messages are also posted on the Fraternity’s official Facebook, Twitter and Instagram when the magazine is available online.

To receive four hard copy issues of The Arrow, pay your $35 annual Fraternity alumna dues to your local alumnae club or directly to HQ by mailing a check to: Pi Beta Phi Fraternity, 1154 Town and Country Commons Drive, Town and Country, MO 63017.

A NOTE TO PARENTS: Your daughter’s copy of The Arrow is being sent to your address while she is in college. We hope you enjoy reading it too. If your daughter is not in college or no longer living at home, please send us her new address at headquarters@pibetaphi.org.

How to Get Published

Arrow Submission Deadlines

  • Winter Issue: November 1
  • Spring Issue: February 1
  • Summer Issue: May 1
  • Fall Issue: August 1 

Download The Arrow Guide, which includes story guidelines and tips for collegiate and alumnae submissions to the magazine. All photos must be submitted as high-resolution JPEGs or TIFFs of at least 5x7 inches, with a resolution of 300 dpi.

Please remember to follow the Photo and Video Release and Waiver Practice when hosting events where minor children are present and being photographed and/or video taped. 

All Pi Phis are encouraged to submit news and stories to The Arrow. All photos and written submissions become the property of Pi Beta Phi and are subject to editing for content, grammar and space constraints, and may be used for other educational or marketing purposes by the Fraternity. When submitting a story, be sure to include a member’s preferred chapter, first, maiden and last names. As a general rule, The Arrow does not print stories about weddings, engagements, pinnings or birth announcements. We cannot guarantee the publication of any submission. We receive so many and space is limited.

Contact The Arrow

Attention: The Arrow
Pi Beta Phi Headquarters
1154 Town and Country Commons Drive
Town and Country, Missouri 63017

We look forward to hearing from you. Email your Letters to the Editor at thearrow@pibetaphi.org. Please include your full name and chapter of initiation. The Arrow reserves the right to publish any letter received. Letters may be edited for space and clarity.

In Memoriam

Because of space constraints, The Arrow will only print the entirety of an obituary for a past Grand President. In Memoriam lists the name and initiation year of each member who has died. If you know a sister who has died, please inform HQ. Names will only be listed in The Arrow if accompanied by a published notice, such as a newspaper or newspaper website obituary, a funeral program/prayer card or a listing in a college/university alumni newsletter.

Attention: Carolyn Loper
In Memoriam
Pi Beta Phi Headquarters 1154 Town and Country Commons Drive
Town and Country, Missouri 63017