This summer, Kyle Gacke, and Connor O'Neill will bike for 4,000 miles Ñ 67-straight days Ñ starting from San Francisco and ending up in Washington, D.C. Gacke and O'Neill are two University of Iowa juniors participating in the bike ride, called the Journey of Hope, which is organized through the philanthropy their fraternity Pi Kappa Phi owns.
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MOULTRIE Ñ Quite often we hear of individuals performing tremendous feats of endurance to bring attention to a particular mission. And so Moultrie's own Reed Wells joins those ranks in June when he will bicycle across the continental United States to raise awareness and support for those with mental and physical disabilities. The journey will end on Aug. 8.
This summer Kappa Delta (Florida Atlanta) Chapter brother Evan Camejo won't be spending his break hitting the beach. Instead, he will hit the road with 35 of his Pi Kappa Phi brothers from around the country to spread awareness for those with disabilities.
This summer one student will embark on a 4,000-mile journey across the country Ñ all by bike.
As two Southview High School graduates now in their sophomore years at the University of Toledo embark on long-distance cycling trips this summer, they figure their bikes will play secondary roles in their journeys.
Fur, friends, and tail-wagging fun came together at Northwestern State University for a unique philanthropic event on Wednesday.
Florida International University hosted the 11th annual 2015 Relay for Life event, last Friday, Feb. 27, at the Modesto A. Maidique Campus. About 90 teams and organizations teamed up to participate in the 12 hour long event, which benefits The American Cancer Society.
Pi Kappa Phi is trying to change stereotypical views of Greek life on university campuses through working with The Ability Experience, formerly known as PUSH America, to help people with disabilities.