David Keatts: When I pledged at Psi U, all the brothers congratulated me with a chant. “One of us, one of us…” Now, I truly feel like “one of them.”
Aleksi Rainio: I’m really excited that I’m finally a brother and know all of the active brothers. I hope to meet all of the inactives and the active alumni during this coming semester.
Charlie Hancock: It’s strange and awesome to now be equal to all these people I’ve known for almost a year. I’m grateful everyone decided to make it happen.
Helen Pickron: I thought that initiation weekend as a whole brought our pledge class closer together, and helped me connect with the brothers.
Scott Simmons: I’m not used to putting much faith into people but I realized during the process that I have complete faith in this fraternity.
Jeremiah Olney: Being a brother is pretty cool. I look forward to doing brotherly things. That will also be pretty cool.
Seon Yoo(Nobel): After a semester pledging at Psi U, I’ve gotten a lot of things: a hang-out, homework help, school advice, but I think the greatest thing I’ve received from Psi Upsilon was a family.
Megan Rich: Initiation was a wonderful experience, and I’m very excited to be a brother as well as a part of the Psi U family.
Clay Anderson: Mr. David Michael Poore is the greatest ambassador to Psi Upsilon. I would elect him president of Earth, and there will never be a better big.
Christina Kirkman: I’m really glad to have had the opportunity of being initiated to Psi U. I love the people here, and I’m looking forward to further developing my relationships with each of them.