Making an impact in college can be a challenge, but for one Pi Kappa Phi member that opportunity will be as the leader of the Purdue fraternity system in 2019.
Nathan Longo, chapter president in 2018, will take the reins of the 42-fraternity, 3,500-member system at Purdue in January. He will become the Pi Kappa Phi chapter’s first Interfraternity Council President since 2007.
Longo worked with IFC in 2017 and wanted to serve in an executive assistant role in 2019. However, he was encouraged by his chapter brothers, fellow fraternity presidents, outgoing IFC officers and Purdue Greek advisers to be president. He was drafted and elected thereafter.