Burke named Fraternity Man of the Year at Loyola

Connor Burke (top center)

The ceremony salutes university excellence and celebrates the achievement of outstanding members of our campus and community. Being awarded the Fraternity Man of the Year means that Connor, demonstrated alignment with personal and fraternity values, the quality of leadership demonstrated in their organization and campus community during their term. Also, this is the first ever award given for Fraternity Man of the Year!

Connor has served in our chapter of Pi Kappa Phi as recruitment chairman and led different sub-rituals and philanthropy events eventually working his way up to archon. Connor is a criminal justice major from Millis, Mass., and has shown great leadership through Pi Kappa Phi and his role as a resident assistant for Residential Life.