Seth Rogen Officially Initiated As A Brother of Pi Kappa Alpha (PIKE)

After PIKE at the University of Vermont had raised the most money for Seth Rogen’s charity for the fourth year in a row, Rogen told them that he would officially join them as as a brother in their chapter, and their fraternity nationwide. PIKE’s twitter account announced the initiation of the national superstar immediately after it had concluded.

Seth Rogen also tweeted on his personal account about officially becoming a brother of the University of Vermont’s chapter.

After doing a little research, it appears Rogen has a great history with the brothers of Pi Kappa Alpha at the University of Vermont.

“Rogen, an actor, comedian, charity founder and beloved pot icon, visited Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity and Alpha Chi Omega sorority alongside his wife Lauren at Essex Cinema April 23.

This year marks the third year in a row Pi Kappa Alpha and Alpha Chi Omega have won the Hilarity for Charity competition.

They have raised $28,301 this year alone for Rogen’s Alzheimer’s foundation and over $70,000 cumulatively.
Hilarity for Charity was started by Rogen and Miller after her mother was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease.

Rogen described the brothers as “the Lakers of charity.”

In a world where the only thing you see on the news about greek life is the negative things such as “boy drinks bleach at a party and dies,” and “young man buttchugs beer and ends up in ICU.” It’s nice to see somebody with such a global influence give a chapter such a huge honor.

Mr. Rogen, today you have brought some light to the greek community across the country, and for that you are appreciated.

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