Recruitment Spotlight: University of Miami

University of Miami Chapter

Recruitment is, arguably, the most important factor of any chapter or colony’s success. Without a strong plan, Lambda Chi Alpha is in danger as an organization to not have the reach it could to positively impact new members. The past year certainly put the men of Lambda Chi to the test. They had to find […]

5 Money Management Tips You Must Start Now

Man budgeting

You’ve heard the saying, “Life comes at you fast.” Perhaps nowhere is this more true than with your finances post-graduation. Regardless of whether you worked through college, you likely took out student loans to cover at least a fair amount of your expenses … and now they’re due. For most of us, the first few […]

On the Menu: Brotherly Connection

Dogwood Greek Life Partnership

University of North Dakota members revive family-style meals through new partnership COVID-19 has uprooted the very core of how we live our everyday lives, including the simple act of sharing a meal together. For the men of the Epsilon-Zeta chapter at the University of North Dakota, mealtime has become a crucial way to connect. Thanks […]

A Life-Saving Search

Greg and Julie Coon

October 11, 2018 started out as a normal day for Greg Coon (University of North Texas, ’89). However, he had no idea he would soon be only a few minutes away from losing his wife.  That day ran its course like any other day for Julie Coon. She met her friend, Diane, at Plano Senior […]

Black History Month Spotlight: Marc Nichols

Marc Nichols

Photo by Scott Henrichsen; venue courtesy of Greg Castanias Throughout his life, Marc Nichols (Wabash College, ’92) has broken barriers and seen his share of “firsts.” From serving as the first Black American Lambda Chi Alpha High Alpha at Wabash College to working as lead counsel for Rolls-Royce and an executive for Saab, Inc., he […]

A Song for a Generation

Tom Paden

“Has this world forgotten how to love?” Tom Paden (Richmond University, ‘79) begins his newest song, “Window in the Wall”, with this simple, yet timely question for a world in need. But what Paden is most thankful for with his new smash hit is the journey he took to reach the point of writing a […]

Black History Month Spotlight: Colonel Joseph Campbell

Joseph Campbell

Colonel Joseph Campbell (Texas Wesleyan, ’92) is not only an avid member of Lambda Chi Alpha, but also boasts an impressive military career. From Bosnia to Kosovo and Iraq, he served as a cavalryman and tanker with top secret clearance on the frontlines of war, fighting for American freedoms. In addition to his knowledge of […]

Lambda Chi Kicks Off Spring Initiation Incentive Program

Members Virtually Recruiting

Chapters and colonies face an unprecedented number of challenges due to the continuation of the COVID-19 pandemic. This spring, we intend to help by providing up to $800,000 in financial aid to chapters. Support includes: ChapterBuilder 2.0 license Recruitment System ($500 per chapter) Professional Zoom subscriptions ($300 per chapter) OmegaFi subsidies (the difference between OmegaFi […]