Food and school work are important enough, but where you live on the Hill will do more to shape your relationships as a Cornellian for the next 60 years than any other single experience, and that includes the class and locker rooms, guys.
Dorms are transient, apartments fleeter still; but Chapter Houses and the community they support are for life. We begin that relationship with one another here at the Gables, our seat since 1964 and our fifth quarters on the Hill since 1868.
Part of our role as members of the Cornell Community includes concern with the health and safety of our brothers and their peers. As such, we use our bonds to promote both action and awareness regarding important developments, such as sexual assault response initiatives, that confront the Hill. While the campus-wide response is crafted, we looked to our peers at the University of Virginia for insights.
Joining Phi Psi is not an escape from responsibility, but rather a step in incurring greater responsibility as a leader among Cornell Men and all Cornellians.