On Sunday, November 3rd, our Beta Thetas became finally became brothers! After working hard throughout the semester, whether it was interviewing brothers or completing their pillar-focused events, their ceremony was well earned. Many of the initiates are excited to apply for chair positions and get even more involved. As Cooper Gilkey, the initiate class president, recalls the process and says, "Along the way, I've made a lot of friends and learned a lot about the fraternity, brother, and myself!" Like many of the initiates, Cooper says that he is excited for his future role in the fraternity. Amaya Rawls, another newly initiated brother, agrees with Cooper admitting that the process was long but amazing because, as she says, "it helped me branch out and meet people I otherwise wouldn't have met" exemplifying our proud pillar of fellowship. All of the brothers are so excited to see what these talented and intelligent new brothers will bring to the Penn State Chapter of Phi Sigma Pi.