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Phi Kappa Sigma
Why Shop the Phi Kappa Sigma Store?
Here at Greek U, we take our fraternity goods seriously. As such, we’ve worked with hundreds of Phi Kappa Sigma brothers around the country to hone our selection of quality Phi Kappa Sigma clothing and merchandise.
We make sure to carry the newest and most popular items, so you can stay on top of the upcoming Phi Kappa Sigma trends and styles. No matter what you’re looking for, we’ve got it. Stay cozy with our Phi Kappa Sigma sweatshirts, available in various sizes, colors, and styles, or outfit your new recruits in our comfortable and casual Phi Kappa Sigma shirts, which are ideal for Greek events, philanthropic fundraisers, or meetings.
We also have a ton of Phi Kappa Sigma merchandise for you to choose from, including sunglasses and drinkware. Our most popular product for seniors is our Phi Kappa Sigma graduation stoles.
So regardless of whether you’re a new Phi Kappa Sigma or an experienced brother, Greek U is your ultimate source for all your fraternity needs.
The History of Phi Kappa Sigma
Phi Kappa Sigma is sometimes called “Phi Kap” or “Skullhouse,” thanks to the skull and crossbones on both the fraternity’s coat of arms and its badge.
Founded by Dr. Samuel Brown and his friend Wylie Mitchell, Phi Kappa Sigma’s motto is “equal to the stars in endurance.” Like other fraternities, Phi Kappa Sigma is dedicated to the concepts of brotherhood and achievement, and has graduated many notable members in its time.
Some of these members include Roger B. Chaffee, the NASA astronaut who was killed in Apollo 1, Skip Bayless, sports journalist and ESPN anchor, John Curley, editor of USA Today and former head of Gannett News, Tom Wolfe, author of The bonfire of the Vanities, Frank McGuire, head basketball coach at the University of SOuth Carolina, Lewis F. Powell, Jr., former Supreme Court Justice, James G. Roche, 20th Secretary of the Air Force, David Nolan, founder of the U.S. Libertarian Party, and John A. McCone, CIA director during the Cold War.