Kappa Alpha Psi, an African American undergraduate fraternity, has a hidden motto called Phi Nu Pi. Some people think that this expression means “Friends Never Part.” The motto of the fraternity is also a secret, as is the handshake, and neither is meant to be shared.
Kappa Alpha Psi, one of the first African American fraternities, was established in 1911 at Indiana University, according to Sun Sentinel. In the United States, this fraternity now has approximately 150,000 members. Like any other fraternity, Kappa Alpha Psi includes hidden components, like its motto, about which outsiders may only make conjectures.