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image by Joe McMillan, 16 March 2001
Pi Kappa Alpha was founded at the University of Virginia in 1868. As shown on fraternity websites, the flag is garnet with the Greek letters of the name on the center in gold, and the lower-case Greek letters phi, phi, chi, and alpha in the upper hoist, upper fly, lower hoist, and lower fly respectively. According to Baird's Manual, the flag also has the fraternity coat-of-arms on the center, but Baird's gives no indication as to the arrangement of the COA with the letters.
Source: www.pikes-rpi.com (page no longer available)
Joe McMillan, 16 March 2001
Another flag of Pi Kappa Alpha (PiKE as known in the fraternity world) contains the coat of arms of the fraternity. It is placed closer to the hoist side of the flag in full color. The Greek letters of the organization are to the fly end of
the flag, but the format of the letters has the Kappa bigger than the other too (and is one of the official logos of PiKE).
Zachary Harden, 10 April 2013