The Week That Was The 67th General Convention

Message From Grand President Chris Hoye

Hello Brothers,

It is my honor to be elected your new Grand President. This past weekend at our 67th General Convention hundreds of Phi Sigs gathered in Dallas, TX to experience enriching programming, meet new brothers, and make history. After this weekend, Phi Sig’s future has never looked brighter!  We launched the first phase of our new brotherhood program, Cardinal Journey: Brotherhood in Phi Sigma Kappa. This phase focuses on building relationships within our Brotherhood.

It is also my pleasure to introduce you to the next Grand Council:

  • David L. Cohen (Union ‘88)
  • Atif Elkadi (Cal Poly ‘01)
  • Jeff Liesendahl (Northern Illinois ‘87)
  • Sean McGreevey (Henderson State ‘97)
  • Darald Stubbs (Stetson ‘88)
  • JJ Taylor (RIT AI)

As a Grand Council, we are tasked with growing our Brotherhood and continuing to further the good name of Phi Sigma Kappa. We cannot wait to get started.

With this historic week behind us, I am excited to ride this momentum into the academic year and for you to take what you learned back to your chapters. Let’s start off the school year with a bang!

Damn Proud!

Grand President Chris Hoye (Ferris State ’91)



Introducing Cardinal Journey

Cardinal Journey is Phi Sigma Kappa’s comprehensive member development program that begins when brothers join the Fraternity and ends during the final year of their undergraduate experience.

The goal of Brotherhood in Phi Sigma Kappa, the first phase in the Cardinal Journey program, is to integrate associate members into the chapter’s brotherhood through a focus on personal growth, genuine conversation and an exploration of individual and organizational values. This is achieved by educating associate members on the purpose and history of the Fraternity and discussing important topics and life skills relevant to college men. The program includes associate member meetings led by the Inductor as well as informal opportunities for connection, such as an associate member retreat and group service project. Upon conclusion of the program, associate members should feel confident as brothers of the Fraternity, leaders on their campus, and members of society.

For more information on Cardinal Journey: Brotherhood in Phi Sigma Kappa, click here.



Check out some of the best photos from convention on our Facebook album!