Acing the Interview

Making the Transition from College to Career In last month’s installment of our monthly career prep series, we discussed eight things you should do to prepare for a job interview. Today, we’ll be discussing the interview itself. 9 Tips to Help You Ace Your Interview You researched the company, know why you’re a good fit […]

Preparing for the Interview

Making the Transition from College to Career Whether you’re approaching graduation and hoping to land your first post-college job or looking for an internship, you have a lot to think about. To help you prepare, each month, we’ll be talking about a different issue related to the next phase of your life — from how […]

The Lambda Chi Alpha Learning Model

**This article was written by former Chapter Support Coach Tyler Drisko (University of New Hampshire AΞ, ‘14)  Some of the biggest accomplishments of Lambda Chi Alpha is that we have Associate Members and a wholesome Fraternity Education program. We were the first fraternity to introduce anything of the sort and continue to execute Fraternity Education to this day. […]

Student Advisory Committee member wins two service-based awards

At Wilmington College, students immerse themselves in campus from the moment their first day of classes begins. It is the small school community and active alumni that make the students eager to start making Wilmington, OH, their home. This story was no different for Kameron Rinehart (Wilmington College Π Δ, ’17), former Student Body President […]

Alumnus Principal mentors students with Lambda Chi Alpha values

Mark Ertel (Mississippi State University, Ε Χ, ’77) has dedicated his life to two passions: teaching and Lambda Chi Alpha. When he joined the Fraternity in 1977, he had no idea that his dedication to spreading the values of Lambda Chi Alpha would turn into a career. Now, he shares the same values to his […]

Founding Father learns his great grandfather shares Lambda Chi Alpha experience

The first-year freshmen experience, for many students, relies on their involvement in on-campus activities. These activities develop friendships through common interests and creates a routine for those experiencing life on their own for the first time. Noah Ditzler (Butler University AA, ‘2020) had his eyes fixed on one specific activity: joining a Fraternity.   Although he longed to be a part of these coveted […]

Alumni Brothers rally to raise $36,000 for University statue

During most college tours, a guide will often point out a bell tower, fountain or statue that acts as a symbol for the campus at large. That is surely the case for West Texas A&M, which boasts the construction of a massive, 1,700 pound buffalo statue. For Lambda Chi Alpha members, this statue has extra significance as our men were the ones who helped […]

Omega: Chris O’Toole

Chris “Sneakers” O’Toole (Drexel University ΕK, ‘12) was the kind of Brother who could connect with anyone. His interests ranged from reading enormous books, playing fantasy football and enjoying a wide range of movie genres. He was the guy we would meet at a recruitment event and think, “I want to get to know him.”  O’Toole’s love of science-fiction films, anime and video games seemed to have a […]

Connecting with Undergraduates in a Position of Leadership

**This article was written by Chapter Support Coach Avery Baker (Lycoming College IB, ‘14).  “If two people trust each other, they have a relationship. If there is no trust, there is no relationship… teams are built on relationships.” – Jocko Willink, Leadership Strategy and Tactics  The authentic, genuine connection between two or more parties creates the […]

Brother prepares to row across the Atlantic Ocean in 2021

The Department of Defense estimates that veterans accounted for 13.5% of all deaths by suicide in 2017. Bill Cimino (Beta-Delta, ‘83), retired Army veteran, nearly collapsed as he thought about his fellow veteran brothers and sisters suffering in such a grim way. The calls to protect veterans with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and suicidal thoughts began to roll around in his head like a pinball machine. Cimino’s dedication […]