MEMPHIS, TN – Pi Kappa Alpha International Fraternity is pleased to announce Noah Long (Nebraska-Omaha, Delta Chi ’18) as the December 2021 Pike of the Month. Pike of the Month award recipients demonstrate the True Pike ideals, working to improve themselves and having a positive impact on their chapters, campuses, and communities.

Long, a senior at the University of Nebraska-Omaha, was nominated for his dedicated service for Delta Chi Chapter, his leadership qualities, and his civic engagement.

Long has served Delta Chi as chapter president, sergeant at arms, new member educator, and multiple other positions. Throughout his time as a chapter leader, Long led the chapter to Delta Chi’s ninth consecutive Robert Adger Smythe award in 2021. Long was recognized as the Fraternity Man of the Year by University of Nebraska-Omaha in 2020 and 2021. He was selected leader of the year and brother of the year by the chapter. As a chapter leader, Noah was integral in identifying new philanthropic opportunities that the chapter could participate in.

Outside of the fraternity, Long serves on University of Nebraska-Omaha’s student government executive board as the director of appointments. Long is a passionate volunteer, donating his time to Ambassador Health of Omaha, Children’s Hospital and Medical Center, Open Door Mission of Omaha, Salvation Army, and many more. He is pursuing a degree in pre-medical neuroscience, holding a 3.7 GPA.

Long is a patient care technician with Nebraska Medicine, a medical center in Omaha. After graduation, Long plans to serve the International Fraternity as a chapter consultant, eventually pursuing a career as a pediatrician.

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