Phi Kappa Hall, circa 1933
Demosthenian Hall at the University of Georgia, built in 1824
Members of the Miami University Erodelphian Literary Society, 1906.
Members of the Miami University Adelphic Association, 1913.
Members of the Arlington Training School's Jolly Junior Literary Society, circa 1913-1916
The University of Pennsylvania Philomathean Society Meeting Room circa 1913
The Philodemic Society Room in 1910
Philomathean Hall of Erskine College
Clio Hall of Princeton University
Demosthenian Hall at the University of Georgia
The Dialectic Society Chamber in New West at the University of North Carolina
Jefferson Hall at the University of Virginia

The Phi Kappa Literary Society is a college literary society, located at the University of Georgia in Athens, Georgia, and is one of the few active literary societies left in America.

- Phi Kappa Literary Society

Some examples include the Philodemic and Philonomosian Societies at Georgetown University, the American Whig and Cliosophic Societies at Princeton University, Social Friends and United Fraternity at Dartmouth College, the Philorhetorian and Peithologian societies at Wesleyan University, the Philologian and Philotechnian societies at Williams College, the Philomathean and Zelosophic societies at the University of Pennsylvania, the Philolexian and Peithologian societies at Columbia University, the Clariosophic, Euphradian, and the Euphrosynean societies at the University of South Carolina, the Phi Kappa and Demosthenian societies at the University of Georgia, the Linonia and Brothers in Unity at Yale University, the Miami Union and Erodelphian (previously Adelphic) societies at Miami University and Dialectic and Philanthropic Societies at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

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Phi Kappa Hall, circa 1933

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Demosthenian Hall, circa 1934

Demosthenian Literary Society

Demosthenian Hall, circa 1934

The Demosthenian Literary Society is a literary society focused on extemporaneous debate at the University of Georgia in Athens, Georgia.

In addition to its relations with other organizations at the University of Georgia, like the Phi Kappa Literary Society, the Society maintains relationships with other Literary and Debate societies across the United States, including the Philodemic Society at Georgetown University, the Dialectic and Philanthropic Societies at UNC-Chapel Hill and the Philolexian Society at Columbia University.

University of Georgia

Public land-grant research university with its main campus in Athens, Georgia.

Public land-grant research university with its main campus in Athens, Georgia.

Lyman Hall, one of founders of the University of Georgia
Old College Building
Abraham Baldwin, one of the founders and first president of the University of Georgia
Mary Ethel Creswell, in 1919, the first woman to earn an undergraduate degree at the university
This postcard depicts Mary Lyndon Hall (built in 1938), named after the first female student at UGA to earn a graduate degree.
The Holmes-Hunter Academic Building
Zell Miller, UGA alumnus and former Governor and U.S. Senator who helped establish the HOPE Scholarship
The Peabody Awards (statuettes pictured) originated at, and are awarded by, the University of Georgia
Founders Memorial Garden
The Arch
Ilah Dunlap Little Memorial Library
Lumpkin House on Cedar Street on the UGA campus
Paul D. Coverdell Center for Biomedical and Health Sciences
Zell B. Miller Learning Center
Richard B. Russell Jr. Special Collections Libraries Building
A fountain in the State Botanical Garden of Georgia
Stegeman Coliseum at UGA hosted 1996 Summer Olympics events.
UGA students reside in Trinity College while at Oxford University.
The R/V Savannah research vessel at the Skidaway Institute of Oceanography
University of Georgia dormitories on Sapelo Island.
Coastal Plain Experiment Station in Tifton.
UGA Health Sciences Campus Administration Building – Winnie Davis Hall
The College of Environment and Design building at the University of Georgia is a LEED certified structure that features 72 solar panels and water reclamation technology.
The first football squad at the University of Georgia in 1892.
The Olympic flag waves at the 1996 games.
UGA athletics logo
Uga VI, the official live mascot of the Georgia Bulldogs 1999–2008
The ringing of the Chapel Bell is a tradition held by students and alumni of the University of Georgia.
The Arch at the University of Georgia
United States Senator Saxby Chambliss
Terrell Davis, Pro Football Hall of Famer
Natasha Tretheway, United States Poet Laureate

The Demosthenian and Phi Kappa literary societies together formed the student paper, The Red & Black, in 1883.

The university has two of the oldest literary societies in the English-Speaking world focused on extemporaneous debate, the Demosthenian Literary Society and the Phi Kappa Literary Society.