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The DC Area Phi Beta Kappa Association

This group is for all fans of the DC area Phi Beta Kappa Association, an alumni association of the Phi Beta Kappa Society. The PBK Society is the oldest and most respected undergraduate honors organization in the United States. The Society has pursued its mission of fostering and recognizing excellence in the liberal arts and sciences since its founding in 1776. Each year, about one college senior in a hundred, nationwide, is invited to join Phi Beta Kappa. Membership is life-long, and members are invited after graduation to join a Phi Beta Kappa Association in their community. To learn more about our organization, visit us online at http://www.dcpbk.org/
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The DC Area Phi Beta Kappa Association shared a post.2 years ago
We’re sure #PBKMember and founder Henry Clay Folger would be excited about this news.
Congratulations Folger Shakespeare Library! We can’t wait to visit your new display funded by National Endowment for the Humanities, and the National Building Museum playhouse this summer!

neh.gov/news/neh-announces-309-million-188-humanities-projects-nationwide
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The DC Area Phi Beta Kappa Association shared a post.2 years ago
Forget Atlantis. Greater Adria is the real deal.
The DC Area Phi Beta Kappa Association
The DC Area Phi Beta Kappa Association shared a post.2 years ago
Even the ancient Romans weren’t above bringing home the occasional tchotchke. #HistoryJokes
The DC Area Phi Beta Kappa Association
The DC Area Phi Beta Kappa Association2 years ago
‪Our #DCPBK Young Professionals network won trivia night at the Hawk 'n' Dove! Join them next Monday for Curling and Cocktails at the Warf: dcpbk.org/events ‬

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Tomorrow is the deadline for applications for our #DCPBK Young Professionals Council! Get involved, meet amazing Phi Betes with similar interests, & gain an item for your resume. Apply here:  https://t.co/qRLb5OfvFF @PhiBetaKappa
Our #DCPBK Book Club recently discussed The Code Breaker by @WalterIsaacson. This selection, detailing the scientific trajectory of the discovery of RNA & possibilities of gene editing, appealed to broad interests among the group. https://t.co/LUJ8ejqnDu DCPhiBetaKappa photo
On August 26, the #DCPBK book club discussed the classic ancient comedy Birds by Grecian playwright Aristophanes.

Join us for future book club meetings by visiting https://t.co/r7hY7rW6SX! https://t.co/WgVa8y0bfV
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Join us for our virtual book club meeting this Thursday 8/26! RSVP: https://t.co/ID6J7wf6eV