After only about two years of being suspended off campus, Lambda Chi Alpha will return to campus this fall for recruitment.
Becky Druetzler, director of Greek life, no longer works at Butler University. Frank Ross, vice president for student affairs notified Greek life leaders of her departure via email on Feb. 1.
Butler University administration is continuing discussions with the Lambda Chi Alpha housing board over the possibility of building a new Lambda Chi Alpha house on the vacant Tau Kappa Epsilon property.
Butler University is currently in talks with the international chapter of Lambda Chi Alpha regarding a possible return to campus.
The new fraternity is working to cement a future for their Men of Principle initiative.
Butler’s newest fraternity will join campus in fall 2017 and start recruiting upperclassmen to colonize.
Butler will have a new fraternity on campus by fall 2017. Starting tomorrow, there will be three open forums for the top candidates: Theta Chi, Beta Theta Pi and Pi Kappa Alpha.
Watermelon shoes, shirts and giant pool floats were all over campus for the conclusion of Lambda Chi Alpha’s Watermelon Bust on Saturday.
The philanthropy event benefits Feeding America and Gleaners Food Bank. The fraternity raised money and collected food for the two organizations.
Photo courtesy of Butler Alpha Chi Omega Facebook Sophie Robertson | Reporter | firstname.lastname@example.org Spread s’more love Alpha Chi Omega S’mores brought students of all years to the campfire-lined front lawn of Butler’s Alpha Chi Omega on Aug. 31. The lure of marshmallows, chocolate and graham crackers resulted in money raised for the Alpha Chi…
KIRSTEN ADAIR | STAFF REPORTER On Jan. 11, the excitement of Bid Day could be felt across Butler’s campus. Many Butler students involved in Greek life waited with anticipation. Carly Allen, a member of Kappa Alpha Theta, worked as a recruitment counselor for girls going through the recruitment process. “I think that it was a…