Phi Beta Kappa's quarterly for members offers compelling news about the Society's diverse programs, the importance of our mission today, our accomplished alumni, and noteworthy books to satisfy a variety of interests in the liberal arts and sciences. The Key Reporter and all of Phi Beta Kappa's programs and activities are made possible by donors like you.
From the Secretary: Collaboration with Chapters and Campus Leadership
We are reaching out to engage at the campus level as more institutions confront hard choices and as those choices threaten to undermine the possibilities for a robust arts and sciences experience.
From a Winter of Discontent to a Spring of Hope
Now is a critical time for you to welcome new legislators and educate them about issues that matter to you.
Duke University Renames Building to Honor Wilhelmina Reuben-Cooke
Among Duke’s most noteworthy ΦBK alumni, Reuben-Cooke enrolled 1963 as one of the school’s first five Black undergraduates and later returned as a trustee for the university.
I give to Phi Beta Kappa because at this time of attacks on facts, rigorous analysis, and critical thinking, the Society’s advocacy of excellence in the liberal arts and sciences has never been more important.