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Legislation and ResolutionsPi Kappa Alpha Sesquicentennial Convention Update

Following Pi Kappa Alpha’s Sesquicentennial celebration this past summer in Richmond, Virginia, Executive Vice President of PiKA, Justin Buck, has released a post-convention update on Legislation and Resolutions that were passed at the convention.

V.P. Buck recognized the great strides PiKA has made in the past 150 years but he emphasizes the future of PiKA rests with a recommitment by the fraternity to  ”…its core principles, benefiting from its tremendous undergraduate and alumni leadership, and understanding the need to evolve in order to get better and meet the needs of its current membership…”

Toward these goals, the undergraduate members established mentor programs, resolved to raise the expectations of the membership, voted to preserve the health and safety of members and guests, supported the proposition to hold individuals accountable for actions not in conformance with PiKA principles (including pursuit of criminal prosecution when appropriate), and to support interfraternal alumni organizations.

Details can be found in the update by V.P. Buck HERE