The Diary of Alpha Kappa Psi
The Diary of Alpha Kappa Psi is the foundation’s award-winning magazine. The spring 2017 issue was mailed in early April. The Diary is delivered to Life Members, contributors to the Alpha Kappa Psi Foundation and student members.
From Business to Blockbusting Best Seller
Margot Lee Shetterly, Virginia ’87 stepped into the spotlight as her bestseller book, Hidden Figures, was made into an award-winning film. She shares her inspiration, the story’s background and what’s in store for her future.
Applying for Your First Entertainment Job:
The job market is more competitive than ever, especially if you’re looking to break into the entertainment industry. Learn how to identify your relevant skills and tailor your résumé to different paths to breaking in the industry.
Shark Tank Lessons
Entrepreneurs have passion and motivation to make their business succeed. Soliciting investment in the high-pressure environment of “Shark Tank” offers lessons for business owners.
Taylor’s Tough Truths
Whether you’re an early-stage entrepreneur seeking angel investors or a solo entrepreneur facing tough business decisions, you can draw strength from the most unlikely of sources…Taylor Swift’s hit songs.
Eric Barry, West Texas A&M ’03
Mariel Song, San Diego ’06
Maria-Cecilia Toro, South Florida ’00
Dayna Thomas, Georgia State ’10-Life
Case Competition Winners
CEO Receives Honorary Membership
Fraternity and Foundation Launch New Websites
Learning Experience Elevated for PBLI
Newest Chapters and Colonies
How do I get the Diary?
Collegiate members receive the Diary through the payment of initiation fees. The magazine is mailed to chapters in bundles for distribution in the fall, and individually to home addresses in the summer.
Life Members have lifetime subscriptions to the magazine, while all Alpha Kappa Psi Foundation supporters and Phoenician Society members receive the magazine for the year of their contributions (a gift of any size will ensure a one-year subscription).
How do I change my mailing address?
Email your old and new addresses to email@example.com. You may also call (317) 872-1553, fax (317) 872-1567, or send postal mail to 7801 East 88th Street, Indianapolis, IN 46256-1233.