Comedian Seth Rogen has become an honorary fraternity member after paying a visit to the University of Vermont.
The Knocked Up star headed to Burlington on Monday (17Apr17) to thank the brothers of Pi Kappa Alpha (PIKE) for raising $32,000 for his Alzheimer’s research organization Hilarity for Charity, and he joined the group for a little bowling.
After the outing, Seth was inducted into the fraternity and posed for a group photo with his new brotherhood.
Introducing our newest member of the Fraternity: Brother Seth Rogen (Vermont, Lambda Delta ’17). φφκα pic.twitter.com/9w73uyjNbT
— Pi Kappa Alpha (@PiKappaAlpha) April 17, 2017
The snap was posted on Twitter by a Pi Kappa Alpha official and captioned: “Introducing our newest member of the Fraternity: Brother Seth Rogen (Vermont, Lambda Delta ’17).”
Ironically, Seth, 35, portrays a family man battling party-loving students in the Neighbors film franchise, but he was more than happy to share a drink with the students as he was honored.
I joined a Fraternity today and it was amazing. Proud to be a Pike. https://t.co/J3aHYb7Rkx
— Seth Rogen (@Sethrogen) April 18, 2017
The actor later reposted the group photo on his Twitter profile and added: “I joined a Fraternity today and it was amazing. Proud to be a Pike.”