Chapter President Kaden Baker ’21

The semester began with us welcoming 17 new members, all of whom are engaged, involved, academically astute, social, young men. We are excited as our newest members engage with the brotherhood and take on leadership roles.

After a several year hiatus, due to the pandemic, we hosted the Phi Psi Chili Cook-Off event. During the semester we raised over $2,600 from the Chili Cook-Off and Dance Marathon. We had further success in intramurals, taking home the soccer and floor hockey championships in dominant fashion.

The Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life hosted the annual awards ceremony, which recognizes individuals and organizations. During the ceremony we received six awards. Highlights included receiving the Chapter Excellence Award and the Most Improved Chapter Award. Additionally, three brothers won individual awards. Nick Wolf ’22 recieved the Intramural Player of the Year Award, Aidan Obermueller ’22 won the Emerging Leader Award, and Nathan Janke ’21 took home the Chapter President Award.

The other significant highlight was recognizing and honoring our Chapter Advisor, Zach Albers ’03 as the North American Interfraternity Conference Chapter Advisor of the Year. We could not be more blessed and proud that Brother Albers was recognized with this honor out of all fraternity chapter advisors – thousands throughout the country.

These awards showcased and reinforced the hard work and dedication we’ve put into the chapter over the last 18 months. We look forward to continuing this positive trajectory as we enter the 2023-2024 academic year.