Outside Sources

Outside Sources is a collection of articles from various news sources. The articles are not published by Pi Kappa Phi and we are not responsible for the content of the respective sites.


Announcing The Arc of Amador and Calaveras County Hosting PUSH America Journey of Hope 2014
The Pine Tree
The Arc of Amador and Calaveras will be hosting the 26th annual welcoming and friendship picnic for the inspiring Journey of Hope cyclists.


Santa Cruz native raises money by cycling across nation
The Santa Cruz Sentinel
Warren Claiborne is riding with reasons: Charity and adventure.


Grand Prix driver pushes for better results after disappointing finish
The Exponent
Last yearÕs Pi Kappa Phi racing team had a chance to win the Grand Prix, but a mechanical problem left them towards the bottom of the race standings.


University of Dayton cyclists embark on 4,000-mile Journey of Hope
Flyer News
This summer, University of Dayton Pi Kappa Phi service fraternity brothers Ryan Brown and Matt Franklin will spend two months cycling from the west coast to Washington, D.C., …


UMass Fraternity Holds 36 Hour Stationary Bike-A-Thon
Wednesday brought less-than-ideal biking weather. But under the cover of a pop-up shelter, Anthony Pontrelli, a member of Pi Kappa Phi at UMass Amherst, had already pedaled several hours by noon.


Three USM students to bike America for a cause
Three University of Southern Mississippi students will bike across the United States this summer to raise funds and awareness for people with disabilities.


Pi Kappa Phi, Creating Awareness for People with Disabilities
Pi Kappa PhiÕs chapter at Mississippi State University (MSU) recognizes the need to give back to the local community.


Pi Kappa Phi Golf outing to benefit Push America
Pi Kappa Phi is making plans to hold its 11th Annual Golf Outing to benefit Push America on May 16.


MSU’s Pi Kappa Phi “Pedaling For Push”
McNeese’s Pi Kappa Phi fraternity was feeling the burn Monday night. The fraternity brothers are “Pedaling for Push.”


Pearl makes a splash at the Pi Kappa Phi dunk tank
The Auburn Plainsman
Although he claimed he would not do it in his opening press conference, it only took Bruce Pearl 15 days to take his shirt off at Auburn.


Pedals for Push raises disability awareness
The Stylus
Brothers of the Eta Lambda chapter of the Pi Kappa Phi fraternity at the College at Brockport spent 75 hours pedaling stationary exercise bikes in the campus mall to raise money for Push America, an organization that benefits people living with disabilities.


Pi Kappa Phi raises money for charity
The McNeese Chapter of Pi Kappa Phi fraternity has found a new and interesting way to raise money for their charity, Push America.


Pedals for Push
This year the brothers of Pi Kappa Phi are bringing ÔPedals for PushÕ to Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University.


Competing for a wish
Independent Collegian
Kappa Delta members performed for their philanthropy, at last year’s Songfest. … Pi Kappa Phi placed first in the men’s division at last year’s Songfest.


Cycling marathon raises money for people with disabilities
The around-the-clock event started Tuesday to raise awareness and funds for Push America, a philanthropy which serves people with disabilities.


Pi Kappa Phi participate in Saint Baldrick’s Day
Fox 29 Lake Charles
Pi Kappa Phi of McNeese is doing their part in the fight against childhood cancer as they participate in shaving their heads for Saint Baldrick’s Day.