Pi Beta Phi
Loyola Marymount University
Campus Involvement

Our Angels have worked hard this past semester to have almost 1500 hours of community service. In addition to individual service including, beach clean ups, volunteering at animal shelters, going on and leading service trips through LMU, Ca Nu also has a number of events held on campus to raise money for Read, Lead, Achieve. 

Champions Are Readers

Each Friday our Angels volunteer at  a local second grade classroom in the Westchester area to help the children read and help sprad literacy. We have so much fun helping the children grow their reading skills each week! 

Pi Phi Tie Dye

At the beginning of the Fall semester, we held our first ever Pi Phi Tie Dye! We raised over $2,000 and collected a truck full of bags of clothing for FM4 Paso Libre, a a non-profit organization dedicated to the defense and promotion of human rights of migrants and refugees through comprehensive humanitarian assistance, advocacy and research in Western Mexico.

Pi Beta Phry

In the Fall, we held our first annual Pi Beta Phry! We spent the day hanging out by the Bird's Nest getting pied in the face during Pie a Pi Phi, participating in a pie baking contest, playing games, listening to music, and eating LOTS of delicious food. We're so thankful to everyone that came out and made it so successful for it's first year - we can't wait for Pi Beta Phry 2020! 

Lemonade for Literacy

In honor of Fraternity Day of Service, Ca Nu participated in Lemonade for Literacy! We sold lemonade and had posters and cups with facts about literacy rates in america in order to spread awareness. All of the proceeds from the day went towards Read, Lead, Achieve!


Every spring, we put on Arrowspike, a fun volleyball tournament in Sunken Gardens that gets a ton of support every year. Participants enjoy a fun day in the sun with food, music, and volleyball. Teams of 2, 4, or 6 can sign up to play and support, and all proceeds go towards Read, Lead, Achieve.