The Phi Kappa Literary Society is a debate organization founded in 1820 at University of Georgia. We meet once a week during the academic year to practice oratory, debate, and creative writing. Through time spent in our Hall, we sharpen the public speaking skills vital to success in the professional world. As members, we forge bonds of friendship that will last a lifetime.
A recent New York Times article, which explores Athens, Georgia’s “hyperlocal entrepenuerial… renaissance,” names the city “the birthplace of alternative rock” and “America’s best college town.” We agree!