ABOUT ALPHA-IOTA ZETA
Standing at a membership of approximately 60 brothers, Lambda Chi Alpha is one of the most inclusive fraternities on campus.
There are two versions of our founding. The first results from an agreement in late 1912 between Warren Cole in Boston and Albert Cross in Philadelphia, holds that on November 2, 1909, Warren A. Cole, Percival C. Morse, and Clyde K. Nichols met at 22 Joy St., Boston, and swore allegiance to the new fraternity. The meeting had been called, for the purpose of considering the reorganization of the Cosmopolitan Law Club, a society of law students of Boston University, of which Cole was a member, into the Greek letter society. From this point on, Lambda Chi Alpha progressed at an incredibly rapid rate.
Lambda Chi Alpha’s vision to lead a cocurricular Greek movement, predicated on partnership and collaboration amongst the undergraduates, host institutions, alumni and General Fraternity, and offering an experience that focuses on the maturational development of today’s college man. As such, it is the vision of Lambda Chi Alpha to extend itself beyond the traditional social fraternity in practice and principle.
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Lambda Chi cares about its community and organizes various efforts to engage and serve society, from participating in Northwestern’s Dance Marathon to working with the Greater Chicago Food Depository and Feeding America.
Every fall quarter, Brothers seek food donations from nearby residents for the GCFD and Feeding America. Their contributions help us ensure no one foes angry
Benefiting each year’s NUDM beneficiary, Brothers host a bacon themed fundraiser. This year, Brothers raised over $1000 for GiGi’s Playhouse through Bacon.
Brothers help raise funds for pediatric cancer research by hosting one of St. Baldrick’s head-shaving events on campus.