Every beginning of fall term, PIKE hosts its annual White Horse Leadership Summit which focuses on the chapter and preparing members for the year ahead ranging from academic, professional, and leadership areas. PIKE typically has one member serve on the IFC executive board every year. Numerous Pikes pursue leadership opportunities in other campus organizations as well. PIKE was awarded the Peavey Plaque in spring 2018 for the most improved chapter. Beta Nu is the fastest growing chapter out of the 220+ chapters to charter. PIKE hosts termly awards and end-of-the-year awards including the infamous SLAG awards to highlight the achievements made by our members. Every new member will go through a 4-week award-winning New Member Education Program written by a Beta Nu founder which is now used across several different chapters.
Intramural football champions Fall 2018. We strive to participate and competitively compete in every intramural sport and e-sport offered at OSU. Usually, multiple teams are created for each intramural to ensure that all members can compete at the level they wish to compete at.
PIKE requires 10 community service hours per academic term, members strive to have large impacts in their communities with members participating in several different organizations ranging from Corvallis Search and Rescue, Salem Capitol Hill, numerous coaching of Boys and Girls Club Sports, the Oregon Zoo, Habitat for Humanity, Hood to Coast Relay, and our biannual PIKEs and REC in which we partner with Corvallis Parks and Rec on various projects.
A house dance every term with varying themes. Events scheduled throughout the academic year include Fall Family Weekend, Homecoming, Spring Family Weekend, All-University Sing, Greek Week, and numerous Brotherhood Events spanning from beach trips, camping retreats, to our annual Sunriver winter goal-setting retreat.