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Beta Mu Chapter of Pi Kappa Alpha at the University of Texas

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F or almost 100 years, the Beta Mu Chapter of Pi Kappa Alpha has been an important part of the University of Texas. From our founding in 1920 to the present, our proud heritage speaks for itself with academic achievement and on-campus leadership. While many of our brothers have gone on to successful and distinguished careers in business, engineering, medicine and countless other en- deavors, the common bond of our brotherhood, along with our shared principles and values, remains. While the faces and characteristics of today's chapter have evolved since your time, there is a long tradition of Beta Mu excellence. Pike alumni can be proud of the legacy we have helped create and the qual- ity of our chapter that continues today. Our chapter house at 2400 Leon Street has been a home away from home for hundreds of young men. Since 1952, it has served as a living and learning center for our members, but as fraternal competition has increased and students' needs have evolved, it is time we reevaluate the center of undergraduate life for Pike. If we wish for the chapter to con- tinue its record of accomplishment, we must make a significant long- term investment in our home to ensure a strong future for our chapter. Beta Mu members in 1934 at an early chapter house, 2504 Rio Grande. Pike Texas Cowboys of the late 1960s. "I really view our collective commitment to the new Pike house as the major inflection point on a 100-year timeline for Beta Mu. We are only going to be asked to provide the funding for a new house once. Aside from the fact that this project is long overdue, this opportunity to set the UT Pikes on a new course for the next 40 to 50 years is not something that I want to miss." – John Wallace '78 Beta Mu's Proud Heritage From the 1921 U.T. Cactus 1 www.texaspike.com

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