The Zeta Sigma Chapter of Pi Kappa Alpha had the honor of conducting a special initiation of Florida Tech President Dwayne McCay, alongside Pi Kappa Alpha legend A. Frank Smith, on Sept. 29.
“The ritual was exciting, refreshing, and emotional for everyone who was lucky enough to be present,” the fraternity reported in its newsletter. “After experiencing this, the active Zeta Sigma Chapter aims to replicate this feeling in our personal rituals after witnessing such a historical moment in Zeta Sigma history.”
The chapter’s roots go back to 1965, when Florida Tech was Brevard Engineering College. Zeta Sigma colonized in September 1967 and was chartered in March 1, 1968, on Pi Kappa Alpha’s 100th anniversary. The Florida Tech chapter is one of three Centennial Chapters and the longest continually chartered chapter in Florida.
Pictured: Florida Tech President Dwayne McCay, center, second row, joins members of the Pi Kappa Alpha Zeta Sigma Chapter.