TOWSON PIKE AT PIKE UNIVERSITY IN PHILADELPHIA
PIKE University (Philadelphia, PA) - 9 Brothers, 3 New Members and 1 Alumnus traveled to the Philadelphia 201 Hotel to attend the Regional Leadership Summit hosted by the International Fraternity. The brothers not only got to explore the city of Philadelphia for the first time, but also met and discussed leadership topics with over 35 other chapters. They had the pleasure of hearing directly from the Executive President and CEO of the Fraternity, Justin Buck. One session was lead by the Director of Health and Safety for the Fraternity and founder of NovakTalks, Kim Novak. 2 of the brothers attended the True PIKE Experience (TPE) Workshop that lead them through the steps of the most robust holistic membership development program for fraternities.
INTRODUCING THE PI CLASS OF TOWSON PIKE
IFC Bid Day (Towson, MD) - Lambda Omega Chapter is proud to introduce the 19 men of the Pi Class! This class was the largest of any IFC Chapter at Towson University this semester and features new members who span campus with 12 Freshman, 5 Sophomores and 2 Junior. Organizations they participate in include Black Student Union, Peer Leadership, Real Estate Club, Students Helping Honduras, and Club Lacrosse. Their majors span across Health Science, Psychology, Chemistry, Computer Science, Athletic Training, Business Administration Management, Legal Studies and Communications! Please help us welcome the next leaders of PIKE!
BROTHER FITZGERALD SELECTED AS AN UNDERGRADUATE VP FOR SUPREME COUNCIL
PIKE 150th Convention (Richmond, VA) - In what was an incredible 150th Anniversary Convention for Pi Kappa Alpha in Richmond, VA, Lambda Omega Chapter was honored to have their Brother, Patrick Fitzgerald selected to serve as an Undergraduate VP. His role is immensely important to the entire Fraternity as he holds 1/8th vote on decisions that will guide the Fraternity forward for the following academic year. He is seen here (right) shaking hands with Executive President and CEO of Pi Kappa Alpha, Justin Buck after the announcement was made.
PIKE TAKES HOME THEIR 8TH STRAIGHT GREEK WEEK CHAMPIONSHIP
Greek Sing (Towson, MD) - Lambda Omega Chapter of Pi Kappa Alpha won the Towson University IFC Greek Week for the 8th year in a row in Towson's SECU Arena. That is every year that PIKE has been on campus since their colonization. The brothers came in first place after winning Tug-O-War, Ultimate Frisbee and the Spelling Bee. The men placed second in Dodgeball and Capture the Flag which clinched the week for them going into Greek Sing. Overall, the chapter shows that it has continued to come together to compete as one of Towson's premiere IFC Fraternities.
ANNUAL FIREMAN'S CHALLENGE PHILANTHROPY
Fireman's Challenge (Towson, MD) - Johns Hopkins Children's Center and the Elkridge Volunteer Fire Department have helped Towson PIKE again with our Annual Fireman's Challenge 2018! The brothers, with the strong aid of the Panhellenic Sororities! The event featured a Field Day, Facebook Fire Safety Videos, and a new addition to the week, PIKEs Fire Pup! Zeta Tau Alpha was the winner of the 2018 Fireman's Challenge and Alpha Xi Delta's entry, Macy, won the Fire Pup! Thank you ladies!
TOWSON PIKE THANKS TOM SPORNEY FOR 9+ YEARS
West Village Ballrooms (Towson, MD) - Tom Sporney has aided the men of Lambda Omega since before we were a chapter in 2011. Tom has helped brothers through chartering, academic feats and chapter operations. He has been a staple and lead Towson PIKE to multiple International Awards from the Pi Kappa International Fraternity including Alumni Advisory Board of the Year! Thank you for all of your service Brother Sporney!
TOWN & COUNTRY NAMES PIKE UNIVERSITY BEST LEADERSHIP PROGRAM IN FRATERNITY WORLD
The Most Prestigious Fraternities in America by Nadine Courtney (Town & Country Magazine) - "Founded in 1868 at University of Virginia, the Pi Kappa Alpha International Fraternity counts 220 chapters and colonies across North America, over 285,000 members and approximately 16,000 undergraduates. PIKE University—the fraternity’s leadership training program with nine annual events across the country—sees over 3,300 attendees while the PIKE Foundation awards over $223,000 in scholarships and grants yearly for the events. Pike men pride themselves on “integrity, intellect, and high moral character.”