FRANK NORRIS PIG DINNER
The most widely observed and longest continually running, chapter-based, annual graduate event in the Greek world
History of the Frank Norris Pig Dinner
The first Pig Dinner was held at the University of California @ Berkeley in 1893. In 1902, the Pig Dinner was dedicated in memory of Frank Norris (California @ Berkeley 1894), whose sense of humor created the event that has become an annual ceremony throughout all of Fijiland. Each year the undergraduate chapter welcomes home graduate brothers from across the country to reunite and share a special weekend in good fun.
2018 Pig Dinner
The Chi Alpha chapter hosted its second annual Frank Norris Pig Dinner in the West End Zone Complex of Death Valley on Saturday, April 21st. Undergraduate and Graduate Brother were able to reunite after the 25+ year gap in existence of the Fiji chapter at Clemson.
Plans are underway for the 2019 Pig Dinner! The chapter is setting a goal to acheive seventy-five percent attendance for all Chi Alpha graduates for the 2019 Pig Dinner. As details are finalized, graduates may check this page for details.
IN THE WORKS:
2019 PIG DINNER
BE A PLEDGE CLASS REPRESENTATIVE
We need graduate brothers for every 2-years from 1972-1988 and 2015-2017 to recruit graduate brothers back to Pig Dinner. If you are interested in helping the chapter, share your interest below!
WANT TO HELP COORDINATE THE 2019 PIG DINNER?
In conjuction with the graduate and undergraduate pig dinner chairmen, we need graduate support to put on a successful event. Share your opinions and help the chairmen by sharing your interest below!
GRADUATES! UPDATE YOUR CONTACT INFROMATION HERE
By sharing your contact information with us, you will be able to receive newsletters, graduate event invitations, and updates regarding the upcoming Pig Dinner.
SEEN THE NEW GRADUATE PAGE?
Check out the graduate page where you can find the newsletter, see where your XA Brothers are now, and how you can get involved with the chapter.