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Pi Kappa Alpha (PIKE)*

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2013-14 Officers

President: Bryant Tumbelekis

Internal Vice President: Henrik Smith

External Vice President: Ricky Brayboy

Recruitment: Patrick Hamel

Treasurer: Dylan Cain

Sergeant at Arms: Nick Landry

Secretary: D'Andre Davis

New Member Education: Alex Socinski

Risk Awareness: Dylan Kelly

Member at Large: Chancey Tillery

Faculty Advisor: Dr. Warren G. McDonald


Alumni Advisory Board

Chapter Advisor: Dustin McClure

Recruitment Advisor: Joshua Bayes

Education Advisor: Yale Wedig

The fraternity was founded at the University of Virginia on March 1, 1868 by Robertson Howard, Julian Edward Wood, James Benjamin Sclater Jr., Frederick Southgate Taylor, Littleton Waller Tazewell Bradford and William Alexander.[2] On March 1 1869, exactly one year after the Alpha Chapter at the University of Virginia was formed, the Beta Chapter of Pi Kappa Alpha was founded at Davidson College.[3] After almost a decade of decline, Pi Kappa Alpha was "re-founded" as part of the Hampden-Sydney Convention, held in a student room of old Cushing Hall at Hampden–Sydney College. The four delegates to the Hampden-Sydney Convention are referred to as the Junior Founders. It was at this convention that the fraternity defined itself as belonging to "the South." At the New Orleans Convention in 1909, Pi Kappa Alpha officially decided to declare itself a national organization. Pi Kappa Alpha was founded upon Methodist University in April 2012.

Pi Kappa Alpha* Student Site

Greek organization sites whose addresses do not begin with www.methodist.edu are student-developed and maintained sites. As student publications, these sites do not necessarily reflect the views of the Methodist University faculty, staff, or administration.

 

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