Apparently, it's fundraising time at Phi Beta Kappa, and thus they're sending out such tantalizing goodies as stickers for our car windows (ooh!) and promises of leather luggage tags in exchange for our hard-earned cash (aah!). But I'm a little puzzled. No Phi Beta Kappan wears a key, even though there is key jewelry. Even at my initiation ceremony, which featured a room full of senior and junior members, there wasn't a single key visible to the naked (or contact-lensed) eye. So why, exactly, am I supposed to stick a Phi Beta Kappa sticker on my car, or a Phi Beta Kappa luggage tag on my somewhat tattered suitcase? Did someone change a social norm without informing me? The nerve!