Educational Posters

Pi Kappa Phi teams up with interfraternal organizations to create harm reduction educational materials. We've partnered with Alpha Chi Omega, Zeta Tau Alpha and Sigma Nu to create and distribute posters informing members about safe alcohol consumption and risk reduction practices.

Keep it Up

This poster and its accompanying resources are educational tools that cover social connectedness and a sense of belonging.

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Keep it Up

This poster and its accompanying resources are educational tools that cover the need to wear a mask in the times of COVID-19.

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BYOB – Be Your Own Bartender

This poster and its accompanying resources are educational tools that cover the “why”s and “how”s of BYOB functions.

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Being a Big Is…

This poster was created to shed light on the big/little relationship and highlight that these relationships should protect each other, and prevent hazing.
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Healthy Relationships

Developed in partnership with the One Love Foundation, this poster highlights behaviors associated with healthy and unhealthy relationships.
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Vaping is Smoking

This poster address the misperception that vaping or using e-cigarettes is healthier than normal smoking.
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Know your ABV’s

This poster discusses the typical Alcohol by Volume (ABV) in a standard alcohol drink and why choosing a drink with less ABV is a smart move.
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Know the Signs

This poster highlights research findings showing many students fail to recognize hazing activities and oftentimes fail to feel empowered to address it.
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Social Media Responsibility

This poster reminds viewers of the importance of recognizing the potential implications of your social media posts.
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What’s Your Pour IQ

This poster highlights the implications of research findings showing that alcohol drinks poured by college students are typically stronger than standard drinks.
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100% of Students Have an Obligation to Report Hazing When They See It

(Fall 2017) This poster highlights some statistics related to hazing, the main focus being that 100% of students have an obligation to report hazing.
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You Have Options, We Want to Know

This poster was created to challenge the idea that there is no one to report hazing to and challenge members to speak up when they witness these acts, providing information for the hazing hotline.
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Present, Accountable, Human

(Winter 2016) This poster was created to remind members of the importance of checking in with others on how they are feeling and to simply be a friend when it comes to supporting the emotional well-being of others.
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Men vs. Women: BAC

This program prompts conversations about how gender can translate to a marked difference in BAC levels.
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These Hands Don’t Haze

This poster was aimed at promoting the movement against hazing and challenging members to join the movement and share their story.
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New Year, New You

This poster can be used as a positive reminder to think of the new year as a chance to plan for the future success of the chapter.
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It’s On Us

This harm-reduction poster was created in support of the “It’s On Us” campaign and serves as a simple, profound reminder that our expectation is for members to treat others with dignity and respect.
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Brotherhood Is…

(Fall 2014) This poster addressed the positive aspects of brotherhood, one of which is not hazing.
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Social Norms: Size Matters

A play off the 2012 Red Solo Cup design, this poster reminds students that “size matters” when it comes to pouring drinks.
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Sexual Assault Prevention

This program from spring 2014 aims to address consent, especially when a person has been drinking.
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Reset Button

The Reset program released in winter 2014 is designed to challenge chapter members to think of all the possibilities ahead of them as leaders.
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Social Norms

Due to the popularity of the Red Solo Cup poster in 2012, a new version was released in fall 2013 to define a standard drink and provide strategies for personal risk reduction.
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Know Your Pour

This program from spring 2013 provides tips for moderating drinking and reducing your personal risk.
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Prevention

This program from fall 2012 defines prevention and provides ways to keep yourself and your friends safe.
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Red Solo Cup

This program from spring 2012 provides education on what is considered a standard drink and teaches strategies for personal risk reduction.
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