The collection is organized into 7 series based on material types: Correspondence and Publicity; Administrative Files; Photographs; Scrapbooks; Media; Memorabilia; Performance Materials. Photographs, Correspondence, and Media are arranged chronologically.
The Washington University Pikers a cappella group was founded in 1985. The all-male singing organization hosts yearly auditions and accepts students from all academic years. The Pikers annually host "Jammin' Toast," a campus concert.
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