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The Wettest County in the World, the second novel by Pi Kappa Phi alumnus and best selling author Matt Bondurant, Delta Tau (James Madison), was released in 2008 and follows Bondurant's own grandfather and two great-uncles as the main characters. Set in rural Virginia during Prohibition, the novel is told from the perspective of the three Bondurant brothers who made a living bootlegging moonshine.
Brother Joseph Wyatt, Eta Theta (USF), was awarded the Distinguished Military Graduate Award, which recognizes the top 20% of cadets in the nation.
Friend of the fraternity Joel-Michael Martin, Beta Theta Pi, was awarded Wingate University's Fraternity & Sorority Life Staff Advisor Award on Sunday, May 4.
Tiere Linsey, Zeta Tau (Barton), recently won Greek Man of the year and Rookie RA of the year at Barton College.
@USC Pi Kappa Phi: An event where many special recognitions were given to brothers for the many different achievements (both good and bad) of the past year. Full of great people, great food, and many laughs. It was a great way to get together one last time before a few of our own graduate.
*Photos by Ray Daily (Brother of ___)
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