Strength Is In The Bond: 70 Years of Iota-Phi Zeta

Written by Keith Stubblebine During the weekend of June 7-9, 2024, Iota-Phi Zeta of Lambda Chi Alpha at High Point University celebrated its 70th Anniversary. On the serene High Point University campus, an innovative spirit is engrained in every aspect of the student experience.   Boasting their own spirit aligned with the greater university’s, the Lambda […]

Like Father, Like Son

The father/son bond is a special blend of mentorship, guidance and friendship. Though many won’t openly admit it to their sons, having the ability to share membership in an organization, like a fraternity, is something of which a father dreams. For those who get to experience it, having shared Membership in Lambda Chi Alpha allows […]

The Brotherhood of Speed: Lambda Chi Alpha’s Legacy at the Indianapolis 500

The Indianapolis 500 (Indy 500), the pinnacle of motor racing known for its rich history of over 100 years and thrilling spectacle, has been a significant chapter in the lives of many Lambda Chi Alpha Brothers. Their enduring connection to the event has created a tapestry of memories and traditions that highlight the unique bond […]

From a chance meeting, to lifelong Brotherhood

Nick Kray (Eastern Illinois University, ’08) wasn’t familiar with fraternities other than what was portrayed in the movies, but one chance meeting with a Lambda Chi Alpha Brother not only changed his perspective but opened him to a world of lifelong Brotherhood and strong connections.   Kray’s journey started during his freshman year, when he crossed […]

Brotherhood in the City of Brotherly Love

Written by Keith Stubblebine Home to the Liberty Bell, Independence Hall and perhaps most importantly, the Cheesesteak, Philadelphia is home to staples of our culture. Steeped in history, tradition and an atmosphere not found anywhere else; Philadelphia is one of the great metropolitan areas of the world. Most people know of Philly’s nickname/reputation as the […]

“Knight” Without Labor

Rich Flood, University of Miami ’97, was named a Knight in the Ordres national du Mérite (National Order of Merit) from France, for his success with a $100M capital campaign and other projects for the Statue of Liberty-Ellis Island Foundation. The highest honor a non-French national can receive, the National Order of Merit is awarded […]

36 Years an Associate Member

Written by Rusty Weadon On November 17th, 2023, after 36 years, Rod Uribe was initiated into the bond of brotherhood of Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity, at the Phi-Theta Zeta Ritual ceremony.  In the Fall of 1987, Rod Uribe became an Associate Member in Phi-Theta Zeta at the University of North Carolina-Greensboro. He joined with other Associate […]

Chapter Philanthropy Spotlight: Penn State

“It changes your perspective on things,” Danny Hipschman, a Lambda Chi Alpha Brother at Penn State, recounted about his experience at THON. THON is a student-run philanthropy at Pennsylvania State University committed to enhancing the lives of children and families impacted by childhood cancer. Each year, more than 16,500 student volunteers participate in the year-long […]

Philanthropy: It Means More

Going into 2023, the High Alpha, Grayton Hudson, and High Theta, Jake Connell, at Auburn University made a lofty goal to raise $50,000 for philanthropies during their term. They have since exceeded that goal and raised almost $63,000 for various organizations, but that did not come without a lot of hard work and determination.  Before […]

Brothers Have Your Back(pack)

Two Lambda Chi Alpha Brothers from Boston University join forces to write the third adventure for a backpacking young boy and his trusty sidekick. Thomas Lehrich, the author of The Adventures of Backpacker Billy and Shave series, published his third book in the series this summer. The latest book, The Adventures of Backpacker Billy and […]