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12/03/2010 01:34 AM

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whats the deal with pi kappa alpha i hear theyre getting sig nu’s house? what’s their deal?

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12/03/2010 01:34 AM

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they own sig pi’s house and theyre renovating this summer then moving in next year

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12/09/2010 05:24 PM

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they are so sexual

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12/10/2010 01:59 AM

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is that a rufie reference? lol

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12/08/2010 02:47 AM

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Sig Pi house

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12/12/2010 08:37 AM

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I heard that they are just planning on moving into a house, whichever one it may be, and proceeding to eat out each others assholes nonstop….. thats just what i have heard

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12/13/2010 12:48 AM

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those dirty pikes would enjoy that. they seduce and have have more gay sex than SAE does.

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07/01/2011 12:28 AM

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That is impossible. No other fraternity can have more gay sex than SAE!! You know this is true.

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01/10/2011 04:03 AM

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HAHHAHHAHHAHAHAHAH !!! thats fuckin funny. they have potential but need to be put in their place. they don’t run shit around here even tho they think they do. learn to shut ur trap!

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01/25/2011 02:39 AM

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Pi Kappa Alpha (ΠΚΑ) (sometimes called Pike or PiKA) is a secret social fraternity with 280 chapters and colonies in the United States and Canada. It is one of the top ten largest and oldest college fraternities in the United States.[2][3]
<br>It is currently the largest greek letter college fraternity in terms of average chapter size. The largest Fraternity house under a roof in the United States is a Pi Kappa Alpha House (Florida State University).[4]
<br>The fraternity was founded at 47 West Range at the University of Virginia on March 1, 1868 at a time when that university was the fifth largest school in the United States.
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<br>Here’s just a few notable Pike alumni I could come up with off the top of my head, enjoy…
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<br>Tim McGraw – Country Music Singer
<br>Jeremy Piven – actor; Entourage
<br>Jon Stewart – actor, Daily Show Host
<br>Scott Van Pelt – ESPN Sportscenter Anchor
<br>Kris Kristofferson – Country music songwriter, singer and actor
<br>Ted Koppel – TV personality
<br>Buddy Jewell – Country Music Star
<br>Josh Bernstein – Explorer, Environmental educator, Discovery Channel host
<br>Bob Losure – Former Headlines News anchor
<br>Andrew Baldwin – The bachelor for reality show, The Bachelor
<br>Rick Dees – Radio Personality
<br>Eric Lloyd – actor; Santa Clause, Santa Clause 2
<br>Sam E. Goldberg – actor, radio personality
<br>Fess Parker – TV’s Daniel Boone and Vintner
<br>William Sanderson – actor; Deadwood HBO Series
<br>Will Shortz – Puzzle Creator
<br>Morgan Woodward – actor; Dallas, The X-Files, etc.
<br>Thor Johnson – Conductor, Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra
<br>Wade McElwain – comedian, TV Host
<br>Josh Schwartz – Creator of The O.C.
<br>Bob Oschack – comedian, host; “iVillage live”
<br>Steve Covino- Radio Personality
<br>Bud Shank – Jazz Musician; Saxophone and Flute
<br>E. Tracy Barnes, III – Satellite and Internet radio pioneer
<br>Paul Penczner- Esteemed artist
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<br>Business
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<br>Nolan Bushnell – Founder of Atari and Chuck E. Cheese’s Pizza Time Theater
<br>Stephen Covey – CEO FranklinCovey Co., author of Seven Habits of Highly Effective People
<br>Thomas H. Davis – Founder, Former President and CEO, Piedmont Airlines.
<br>Paul Orfalea – Founder, Former President and CEO, Kinko’s
<br>R. Lamar Durrett – Former CEO, Air Canada
<br>S. Truett Cathy – Founder and CEO of Chick-Fil-A
<br>Harland David Sanders – Better known as Colonel Sanders – Founder of Kentucky Fried Chicken
<br>Joe T. Ford – Vice Chairman of Augusta National Golf Course former CEO Alltel
<br>Charles O. Holliday – CEO, DuPont.
<br>Bill McCartney – Founder and CEO, Promise Keepers
<br>Neal Patterson – CEO and Founder, Cerner Corporation
<br>Jeff Taylor – Founder/CEO of Monster.com
<br>Kevin Turner – Chief Operating Officer, Microsoft
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<br>Education
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<br>Gordon Gee – President, The Ohio State University; Former Chancellor, Vanderbilt University; Former President, Brown University.
<br>Benjamin B. Graves – First President of The University of Alabama in Huntsville
<br>Wayne Morse – Former Dean, University of Oregon. Former US Senator
<br>William H. Willimon – Former Dean of Duke University
<br>Michael David McCoy – Head Physician (Viral Pathogens), World Health Organization
<br>William Nester – Chancellor Emeritus of the University of Nebraska at Kearney
<br>Dr. Samuel H. Smith – President Emeritus, Washington State University
<br>Dr. Andrew Sorensen – President, University of South Carolina
<br>Dr. J. Michael Ortiz – President, California State Polytechnic University, Pomona
<br>Robert F. Vagt – President, Davidson College
<br>John Lloyd Newcomb – Former President, University of Virginia
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<br>Government
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<br>Pete Sessions – US Representative from 32nd Congressional District, Texas
<br>Thad Cochran – U.S. Senator, State of Mississippi
<br>Everett M. Dirksen – Former U.S. Senator, State of Illinois
<br>Jon Kyl – U.S. Senator, State of Arizona
<br>Charlie Crist – Governor (and former Attorney General) of Florida
<br>Karl Rove – Former White House advisor to President George W. Bush and Former Deputy Chief of Staff
<br>Samuel Skinner – Secretary of Transportation and White House Chief of Staff to George H. W. Bush
<br>J. Strom Thurmond- Former U.S. Senator, State of South Carolina
<br>Elbert P. Tuttle – Federal Judge and Civil Rights Pioneer
<br>Nicholas Lampson – Democratic member of the U.S. House of Representatives from Texas’s 9th District (1997 – 2004) and 22nd District (2006 – present)
<br>Edward A. Pease – Former U.S. Representative, State of Indiana
<br>General Richard Seitz – General (Ret.) United States Army
<br>Louis H. Wilson – General (Ret.), former commandant of USMC
<br>Donald Regan – Former White House Chief of Staff to Reagan Administration
<br>Pat Roberts – U.S. Senator, State of Kansas
<br>John Sparkman – Former U.S. Senator, State of Alabama
<br>Robert E. Cramer – U.S. House of Representatives, 5th District of Alabama
<br>Richard Armey – U.S. House of Representatives, from Texas, former Republican Majority Leader
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<br>Sports
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<br>Lance Alworth – Pro Football Hall of Fame
<br>Bobby Bowden – head football coach, Florida State University
<br>Matt Doherty – head basketball coach, Southern Methodist University
<br>Jeff Feagles – NFL player – New York Giants, University of Miami
<br>Wes Fesler – College Football Hall of Fame
<br>Frank Sinkwich – Heisman Trophy winner, University of Georgia
<br>Dan Issel – Denver Nuggets GM; former coach and NBA player, inducted into NBA Hall of Fame
<br>Horace Grant – NBA player, Chicago Bulls
<br>Hubert Green – professional golfer
<br>Matt Hansen – PGA golfer
<br>Chris Myers – NFL player, Denver Broncos, University of Miami
<br>Kyle Orton – NFL quarterback, Chicago Bears
<br>Todd Pletcher – Thoroughbred Trainer
<br>Steve Prefontaine – Olympic runner, (University of Oregon)
<br>Joel Rodriguez – NFL player, Tennessee Titans, University of Miami
<br>Howard Schnellenberger – head coach, Florida Atlantic University (1983 National Champion with University of Miami).
<br>Gino Torretta – 1992 Heisman Trophy winner, University of Miami
<br>Eric Winston – NFL player, Houston Texans, University of Miami
<br>Gus Frerotte – NFL player, St. Louis Rams
<br>Dustin Colquitt – NFL player, Kansas City Chiefs
<br>Jake Voskuhl – NBA player, Charlotte Bobcats
<br>Esera Tuaolo – former NFL player
<br>Will Overstreet – former NFL player , Atlanta Falcons, University of Tennessee
<br>Fred Hoiberg – Former Minnesota Timberwolves player, as well as Chicago Bulls
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