Patrick Kearns

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Patrick Kearns
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Patrick carving a Phi Sigma Pi jack-o'-lantern for Halloween 2010. Like a boss.
Name Patrick Kearns
Chapter Beta Mu
George Washington University
Date Inducted Spring 2009
Roll Number
Alumni Chapter/Assoc
Honorary Member
Major International Affairs, Economics
Birthdate April 13, 1990
Nicknames Pat, Big Red, Slab

Patrick Kearns (born 13 April 1990) is an Alumnus of Beta Mu Chapter (BM 478) at The George Washington University.

Early Fraternity Life and Career

Patrick started at George Washington University in Fall 2008 after graduating from East Aurora High School, in East Aurora, NY, in May 2008. He decided to rush Phi Sigma Pi with his friend and now fellow Brother of Beta Mu Chapter Christian Howard, after hearing about the organization in the fall and being invited to open rush in the Spring. After receiving a bid and completing the Initiate Process, Patrick was inducted into Beta Mu Chapter with the Alpha Zeta class.

Collegiate Years at Beta Mu Chapter

Patrick spent six semesters as an Active Brother in the Beta Mu Chapter. Patrick attended the Capitol Region Conference at Virginia Commonwealth University in Spring of 2010, at the University of Maryland in 2011, and at Towson University in 2012.


Patrick and Brother Alyson Marks (sitting) belt out Queen's "Bohemian Rhapsody" together at the 2012 Capitol Region Conference.

Leadership Positions

Patrick served as Fundraising Co-Chair for Spring 2010 with Toby Lausin.

Patrick served as Initiate Advisor for Fall 2010 with Toby Lausin and for Spring 2011 with Alec Hemingway.

Patrick served as as President of Beta Mu Chapter for Fall 2011-Spring 2012.

Bigs and Littles

Patrick's Big Brothers are:

Patrick has two Little Brother:

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Patrick (third from left) with Little Brother Heather Cox (second from left) and other members of Beta Mu Chapter's Dynasty Family

Other Interesting Facts

  • Patrick sings in a competitive karaoke league, District Karaoke
  • Patrick was born and raised in the suburbs of Buffalo, NY.
  • Patrick graduated from GWU's Elliott School of International Affairs with a B.A. in International Affairs and a minor in Economics
  • Patrick currently works as a paralegal in Washington, DC.