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University Of Tennessee PIKE Back On Campus After Making Butt Chugging Famous Back In 2012

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Let’s take a trip down memory lane real quick. Four years ago, butt chugging became a thing thanks to the fine fraternity men of Pi Kappa Alpha at the University of Tennessee. Since drinking apparently wasn’t enough for them, they took it to the next level by putting alcohol in their buttholes. Their actions led to someone being hospitalized, and the chapter was removed from campus.

With the past behind them, PIKE will be making their triumphant return to campus next semester. Associate Vice Chancellor and Dean of Students Melissa Shivers announced that the fraternity has taken the necessary steps to reorganize on campus.

From UT Daily Beacon:

“They are here on campus for the next couple of months, recruiting new members,” Shivers said. “The hope is to have a functioning chapter in the spring, but they will not move into the fraternity house (until) the following academic year.”

Pike’s fraternity house, located on 1820 Fraternity Park Drive, is occupied by Beta Upsilon Chi, a Christian fraternity. They have been renting out the Pike house since it was established.

Side note: How much does it suck to not be able to kick out your current tenants until after the school year? A lot.

Big win for the boys in PIKE. How do you think they celebrate? My guess is one giant butt chugging party with all three of the guys who joined. There’s no way any more join than that, right? When you Google “Tennessee PIKE” or “Tennessee Pi Kappa Alpha,” you are met with the words “butt” and “chug” together in the same sentence numerous times. Who is going to do that research and then think, “Yeah, that’s my kinda organization”?

Either the butt chugging saga can finally come to an end, or a new era is about to begin.

[via UT Daily Beacon]

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Harrison Lee

The Boulevard is a Content Manager for Grandex, Inc. He hates soccer and terrorists. He will forget more about sports than you will ever know in your lifetime.

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