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Quiz 2: National History Part 1, PSK - Quiz 3
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When and where was the first fraternity founded, and what is its name?
Phi Beta Kappa founded at College of William and Mary 1776
What is the NIC, when was it founded, and what is its purpose for existing?
National Interfraternity Conference, 1909, Provides a forum within each member group may make its principles known to all who want to know them
4. When and where was Phi Sigma Kappa founded?
March 15, 1873, University of Massachusetts - Amherst
Who were the founders of Phi Sigma Kappa?
1. Joseph Franklin Barrett
2. William Penn Brooks
3. Fredrick George Campbell
4. Xenos Young Clark
5. Jabez William Clay
6. Henry Hauge
When and where was Phi Sigma Epsilon founded?
February 20, 1910, Kansas State Normal College ( Emporia State University )
Who were the 7 founders of Phi Sigma Epsilon?
1. Raymond Victor Bottomly
2. W. Roy Campbell
3. W. Ingram Ford
4. Humphrey Jones
5. Robert C. Marley
6. Orin M. Rhine
7. Fred M. Thompson
What is the Golden Rule that was adopted as Phi Sigma Kappa's official motto?
Do unto others as you would have them do unto you.
Describe the Fraternity flag
The Fraternity's flag:
7'x5' in dimension
3 horizontal bars of equal height
Bottom bar is emblematic of first and second degree members, the basis of the fraternity - red
middle bar emblematic of the third and fourth degree members, the field of fraternal service - silver- three red greek letters ( Phi Sigma Kappa) centered within
top bar - emblematic of the fifth and sixth degree members, symbolic of Grand Chapter recognition- red - with the three T's and circle emblem of red and silver within and tangent to a triangle of silver at it's left end
What are the Official Colors of Phi Sigma Kappa?
Silver and Red (In this order)
What are the official fraternity flowers?
Red Carnation and White Tea Rose
What are the Cardinal Principles of Phi Sigma Kappa?
What are the Cardinal Principles of PSE?
The Cardinal Principles of PSE are justice, wisdom, and Honor.
Explain how the cardinal principles of PSE blend together with those of PSK
These principles closely parallel and add greater meaning to PSK's cardinal Principles.
What are the titles and names of the symbolic officers of the chapter, and what are their
1. President-central figure in the operation of the chapter (Samuel Oxley)
2. Vice President- principle assistant to the president and director of internal
operations (Ryan Scott)
3. Secretary- maintains accurate minutes of chapter meetings and serves as general
record keeper of local fraternity (Jack Shepherd)
4. Treasurer- collects and disburses money and keeps an accurate account of every
financial transaction (Joshua Kaplan)
5. Sentinel-must see that the secrets and rituals of PSK are guarded at all times from
outsiders and has a vast working knowledge of rituals of Phi Sig. (Johnny Micka)
6. Inductor- responsible for the education and development of all new members
Central figure in the operation of the chapter (Samuel Oxley)
Principle assistant to the president and director of internal operations (Ryan Scott)
Maintains accurate minutes of chapter meetings and serves as general record keeper of local
fraternity (Jack Shepherd)
Collects and disburses money and keeps an accurate account of every financial transaction (Joshua Kaplan)
Must see that the secrets and rituals of PSK are guarded at all times from outsiders and has a vast working knowledge of rituals of Phi Sig. (Johnny Micka)
Responsible for the education and development of all new members. (Matthew Miller)
Who is the chapter advisor, what is his role, what degree brother is he, and who appoints him?
Dixon Holland, assists a chapter in accomplishing the purposes for which the Fraternity exists, appointed by the Grand President with the approval of the Grand Council, 4th degree
What is the chief legislative body of the Grand Chapter?
The Grand Council
When and for what purpose are the Conventions and Leadership Schools held?
Leadership school is held annually with conventions held semi-annually in conjunction with that years Leadership school.
Describe the organization and function of the Grand Council.
The grand council consists of the Grand President, and 6 other council directors, its purpose is to create policies as well as oversee and monitor all of the national chapters
Name the 7 Grand Council members (denoting the Grand President and Council Directors) and their initiating chapters.
President- Scott Jacobson (Cal Poly)
D - Chris Hoye (Ferris State)
D - Douglas Diekow (Florida AI)
D - Sean Shingler (George Mason)
D - Adam Umbrasas (Ferris State)
D- Ed Kovacs (Bowling Green)
D- Sean McGreevey (Henderson)
What is the role of the International Headquarter? Where is it located? Who is the Executive Director?
Serves as the clearing house for advice and special mention information, and as a point of supply for Fraternity jewelry, awards, printed material and ritual equipment. Located in Indianapolis, Indiana. Exec Dir.-Michael Carey
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