The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi

Marshall University

Marshall University Phi Kappa Phi Chapter

Spring 2016 Sock Drive. 2016 Sock Drive. Under the leadership of its student vice presidents (Kiersten Looney, Kelsey Higgins, Sam Ransbottom, and Ian Lovern), Marshall's Chapter of Phi Kappa Phi, in partnership with the Honors College Student Association, the National Student Speech-Language-Hearing Association, and River Valley High School's Beta Club (sponsored by Marshall Phi Kappa Phi member Amy Stanley) held a sock drive to benefit the children at St. John's House. An outreach of St. John’s Episcopal Church, St. John's House has been operating in a government subsidized housing community in Huntington, WV for over 15 years. It offers an after-school program that provides meals and activities geared toward supporting children's social, emotional, and educational needs. We collected 413 pairs of socks that were distributed to the children in April.


Spring 2016 St. John's House Fundraiser at Max & Erma's. Student Vice President Sam Ransbottom spearheaded a fundraiser, held on March 29 at Max & Erma’s at Pullman Square, to raise money to support St. John’s House. Max & Erma’s donated 15% of each meal ordered by patrons who brought in St. John’s House flyers on March 29. At the end of the event Max & Erma's presented us with a check for $152.54 for St. John's House. We thank everyone who participated!


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Member's News

Spring 2016 Phi Kappa Phi Fellowship Winner: James Travis Donahoe ($5,000) (2016 Fellowship recipients).


Spring 2016 Phi Kappa Phi Chapter Award Winners: James Travis Donahoe ($500), Kelsey Higgins ($250), and Reagan Stafford ($250).


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