Theta Mu - University of Massachusetts Amherst

Congratulations to the Sigma Class!

Congratulations to the Sigma Class!


Sigma Class

Pictured (left to right): Jared Koester, Eric Pham, Max Duval, Lucas Crowley, Marty Goldschmidt, Ben Webb, Warden Brendan Sibilio, Zack Manyak, Fahad Saifullah, Korie Grill, Thomas Normand, Dominic Carnevale


This past weekend, the eleven men were initiated into the Theta-Mu chapter of Pi Kappa Phi. Among which include 10 active brothers and 1 alumni-initiate, who were all lead by Warden Brendan Sibilio.

Here is the Sigma Class:

#222: Thomas Normand (Alumni Initiate) – Hometown: Springfield, MA – Major: Accounting

#223: Lucas Crowley (Class President) – Hometown: Londonderry, NH – Major: Kinesiology

#224: Fahad Saifullah (Class Secretary) – Hometown: Medway, MA – Major: Electrical Engineering

#225: Eric Pham – Hometown: Arlington, MA – Major: Economics

#226: Ben Webb – Hometown: Bolton, MA – Major: Hotel & Tourism Management

#227: Zack Manyak – Hometown: Bolton, MA – Major: Communications

#228: Jared Koester – Hometown: Northampton, MA – Major: Computer Science and Math

#229: Dominic Carnevale – Hometown: Hinsdale, MA – Major: Computer Science

#230: Marty GoldSchmidt – Hometown: Bedford, MA – Major: Mechanical Engineering

#231: Korie Grill – Hometown: Upton, MA – Major: Sport Management

#232: Max Duval – Hometown: Great Neck, NY – Major: Political Science




The Website is back up and running!

The Website is back up and running!

So it has been 2-3 years since we have been using the website. I have been working on the website for some time, and there is still a bunch of information that needs to be updated. In the coming weeks we will have a full recruitment schedule running, a calendar full of all our events for the upcoming semester and much more! Check back for regularly updates!

Fraternally yours, Jordan Brown #169


Spring 2013 Recap

Spring 2013 Recap


Spring 2013 Pi Kappa Phi


Here is a little compilation of the events that occurred during spring 2013 at Pi Kappa Phi! In the video includes:

  • Singing to the sororities on campus
  • Building a ramp for a person with disabilities
  • Our Pedal for Push event
  • Greek Week Lip Sync
  • awards & parts of the house
  • our AME program
  • Greek Week

Website updates coming soon!

Website updates coming soon!

We are making some much needed updates to the website. Check back soon!

Brother Derrick Bessaoud Bikes Across the Country

Brother Derrick Bessaoud Bikes Across the Country

Pi Kappa Phi Brother Derrick Bessaoud.One of our more recent alumni and brother, Derrick Bessaoud, just arrived in Seattle, WA to begin the Journey of Hope, Push America’s cross-country bicycle ride. Derrick is one of a growing list of UMass PiKapps to participate Push America’s national philanthropy efforts.

Visit Derrick’s Fundraising Page.

What is Journey of Hope?

Journey of Hope is a philanthropic cross-country cycling event. Since 1988, Pi Kappa Phi brothers have been riding across the United States to benefit people with disabilities. Cycling has been the best communication vehicle for the Push America, our national philanthropy.

Our brothers take to the roads of America, spreading a message of acceptance and understanding for people with disabilities to millions of people through special events and media coverage. Our cycling events raise over $500,000 every summer to build hope for the future of people with disabilities while developing tomorrow’s leaders.

PiKapp College – See it for Yourself

PiKapp College – See it for Yourself

pkp college.This year, the Pi Kappa Phi Foundation is asking you to support Pi Kappa Phi and help continue to increase the capacity and improve the quality of the leadership programs that we offer to our student members.

There is no greater example of what our programs are able to accomplish, than the Pi Kapp College experience. But what is the impact that Pi Kapp College has on our students? What does this new experience look like?

PiKapp College 2010 Video

These students were exposed to Pi Kapps from chapters in schools all across the country. They not only learned how to lead, but developed the confidence in themselves to use their skills back on campus. They also had some fun along the way.

Please help the Pi Kappa Phi Foundation

Help us to increase the impact that we make on our fraternity next year by making your gift to the Annual Leadership Fund today.

You can make a gift to the Pi Kappa Phi Foundation

Every gift makes a difference

If you have questions please feel free to contact us directly at

Yours In Pi Kappa Phi,

Mark E. Timmes
Chief Executive Officer
Pi Kappa Phi