INDIANAPOLIS – (September 22, 2018) — Twenty-year-old junior, Tori Cariah, was initiated into the Pi chapter at Georgia State University in spring 2018. Shortly after becoming a member of Alpha Kappa Psi, she decided to contribute to her birthplace of Bermuda by hosting a women’s empowerment event. “What’s The Tea? A guide to Becoming a Successful Woman” started as an Instagram blog called PG Movement, but quickly became the face of a women’s empowerment group built by a young woman who found her voice in the realm of discomfort. 

Volunteer Appreciation Month Highlight – Stephen Smith

INDIANAPOLIS (April 30, 2018) — In celebration of Volunteer Appreciation Month, the Fraternity recognizes the Foundation Board of Directors’ Stephen Smith, Florida ’86 – Life for his contributions to the fraternity. Learn about Stephen’s journey to Alpha Kappa Psi membership, his progression through volunteer roles, and advice to students, volunteers, and alumni.





Psi Kappa Chapter Gives Back to Cancer Research

While Officer Training and registration for PBLI in the San Francisco Bay Area were well underway, members of San Francisco State University’s Psi Kappa Chapter were hard at work putting on a benefit concert to give back to the City of Hope Cancer Research Hospital.