Phi Kappa Tau Named Finalist for Outstanding Chapter

May 26, 2016

ALLIANCE, Ohio – On Friday, May 13, the University of Mount Union’s Epsilon chapter of the Phi Kappa Tau fraternity was named a Founders Four finalist to become the most outstanding chapter in the nation.

Epsilon was selected by the fraternity’s Award Committee due to their 2015 Borradaile Challenge performance and application response.

Epsilon will be traveling to Sacramento, California on Wednesday July 6, to attend the 62nd National Convention and to present for the Maxwell Trophy; the highest award a chapter can receive. They will face three other colleges including Centre College, Nebraska Wesleyan University,and University of Louisville. The fraternity will send seniors Greg Best and Alec McGinnis and juniors Brandon Lucas and Mike Sovak to present. The chapters will present on the question, “How does your chapter uniquely live the Phi Kappa Tau brand and image and how do you avoid the pitfalls of popularity?”

In 2014, Epsilon won the Maxwell Trophy at the 61st National Convention in Washington, D.C.

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