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It's Time to Renew Your Membership
It's Time to Renew Your Membership
September 19, 2012 -If you have already renewed, thank you for your renewing your membership dues for school year 2012-2013. This is one of our biggest renewal years yet.
Dues are $50 for the school year and you can pay on this website with a credit card or mail to the address below:
Lambda Chi Alpha Alumni Association
P.O. Box 251310
Little Rock, AR 72225-1310
July 7, 2011. Fundraising for the house restoration has reached 54 gifts totalling $738,500. This is before the matching gift from the Walton Foundation. (more)
Dillard’s, Inc. Makes $100,000 Gift
June 27, 2011. Dillard's, Inc. has made a $100,000 gift to the house restoration fund. The gift will name the main level lounge in memory of William T. Dillard. (more)
Chapter Again Wins Chancellor's Award of Academic Excellence with a 3.18 GPA.
With this achievement, Gamma Chi Zeta maintains it's ranking as having the highest GPA among campus fraternities. (more)
April Social Events at the Chapter
Lambda Chi Alpha’s White Rose Formal took place on Saturday, April 16th (more)
Row Week was April 7th through 9th. (more)
Lambda Chi Alpha Voted Best Fraternity on Campus
Arkansas Traveler, March 2, 2011. Each fraternity or sorority contributes to both the social life of the entire campus and to the welfare of the community by heavily involving themselves in philanthropy projects.
One fraternity is especially involved in both aspects of Greek life, earning them the title of Best Fraternity on Campus this year. (More)
Fundraising for the House Restoration Reaches $619,350.
May 4, 2011. The fundraising for the Gamma Chi House Restoration project continues to move forward. As of this date, we have a total of $619,350 donated or pledged. This amount is before the matching gift from the Walton Foundation. The Walton Foundation match pushes us over $1 million in donations and pledges. Click here to view a table showing the number of gifts by amount and an alphabetical list of donors as of that date.
Gamma Chi Zeta has the Highest GPA of all Fraternities for Fall Semester
January 29, 2011. The Arkansas Chapter had a Fall GPA of 3.229. This was the highest GPA in the Interfraternity Council and was the 5th highest of all of Greeks (sororities and fraternities combined.) The Alumni Association is extremely proud of this GPA and the other accomplishments of the Arkansas Chapter.
Forty-Five Associate Members to be Initiated
January 29, 2011. I-Week started this past Saturday, January 22nd. There are 45 Associate Members, who are eligible for initiation, going through I-Week.
Fall Associate Member Class Numbers 51
September 19, 2010. Gamma Chi Zeta took an outstanding Fall Associate Member class of 51 this year. This brings our total number of members/associate members to 175, becoming the largest and strongest we have ever been at the University of Arkansas. Fifteen of the fifty-one new members are legacies. Click here to see their names and home towns.
Join us for Sunday Brunch at the Lambda Chi House
All Alums and spouses are invited each Sunday for "Brunch at the House", beginning at 11:00 AM.
James will be serving up something special each Sunday and it's a great time to finish your weekend by visiting with brothers - Alums and Actives, and enjoy a great meal - made to order breakfast and/or dinner items. It's always special.
Bring your wife and kids.
The House Restoration
September 2010. Greenwood, Arkansas natives, Stanhope and Ed Wilkinson, have made a $150,000 pledge to the Lambda Chi Alpha restoration project. Stanhope and Ed, as well as their father (deceased,) were all Gamma Chi graduates from the University of Arkansas. This exemplary generosity is indicative of the "share the blessings with others" philosophy that the Wilkinson family has enjoyed for over 100 years.
The Wilkinson family has been leaders of Sebastian county, successful bankers, and public servants. Both Ed currently and his father previously served in the Arkansas General Assembly. Ed is a state senator and chairs the Senate Judiciary Committee.
Alumni Association - Now Pay Annual Dues On-Line
August 2010. Gamma Chi Members can now join the Alumni Association and pay their annual dues on-line. Dues, for existing Alumni Association Members, are due now and can also be paid on-line. Click here to join the Alumni Association and or pay dues on-line.
July 2010. Gamma Chi Zeta wins five awards, including the Lewis A. Plourd Fraternity Education Award, at this summer's 2010 Lambda Chi Alpha General Assembly in Phoenix, Arizona. (read more)
Spring 2010. Gamma Chi Zeta had the highest GPA of all fraternities with a 3.32. Nineteen (19) brothers had 4.0 GPA's. (read more)
Spring 2010. Brother Geoffrey Storm of Tulsa, OK was awarded the Outstanding Junior Award, at the annual Order of Omega Award Ceremony at the Fayetteville Town Center. (read more)
The House Restoration
May 25, 2010. We've had an exciting response to our last email newsletter. Thanks to all of you who responded and the many alumni who downloaded the capital campaign information. In addition, the University of Arkansas Board of Trustees have allocated a line item budget entry to provide financial insurance to our house restoration project. (more)Brother Geoffrey Storm of Tulsa, OK was awarded the Outstanding Junior Award, at the annual Order of Omega Award Ceremony at the Fayetteville Town Center. ()
May 9, 2010. If you donate to the house restoration, you may be able to have a room or part of the house named for you or a person of your choice. If you would like more information, download the information packet by clicking here. If you would like to discuss a possible donation, call John Tolleson, Director of Development, University of Arkansas at (479) 575-7004 or email at email@example.com.
April 17, 2010. The Walton Family Foundation will match your gift to the Lambda Chi Alpha house renovation project, so every dollar you give has twice the impact on the future of your fraternity. Because of the foundation, of which brothers Rob and Jim Walton are directors, the $4 million total fundraising goal is attainable. Their generous commitment combined with a strong sense of brotherhood from Lambda Chi Alpha alumni, parents and friends will ensure the success of the project. (more)
April 17, 2010. The Board of Trustees of the University of Arkansas advanced 3 projects at UA, including the Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity House at 120 N. Stadium Drive. Renovation and expansion of the Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity building is expected to cost about $6.1 million. Kinco Constructors LLC of Springdale was selected as the contractor. (more)
February 4, 2010. A meeting was held with the Facilities Management team at the University of Arkansas. The committee received presentations from the six (6) shortlisted general contractors/construction managers and voted two of this list to be sent to the Board of Trustees for their approval.
The goal is to get preliminary drawings and pricing moving along as quickly as fund raising will allow. Ultimately, if things move as expected, construction will begin this December.
November 16, 2009. The architecture firm of Yeary Lindsey was approved by the University as the final applicant for a potential contract of architectural services for the house restoration project. The principals of the firm, Jim and Ellen Yeary are well known in the Arkansas building community. Their work in Little Rock is highly thought of and is a combination of classic revival and traditional home restoration which serves well for a fraternity house.
Their presentation to our building committee was excellent, especially the completely thorough walk-through review that they made of our house. They were the architects for the Phi Delta Theta restoration and did a great job. They are well aware of budget restraints, the fund raising component of our efforts, and the University's requirement of first rate work.
Also, you will be pleased to know that the U of A Board of Trustees has made a budget allocation for the LXA house restoration. It’s not a legal commitment, as we still have to raise funds; but they are optimistic and expect us (all LXAs) to meet our projected goals of the entire project. (more)
May 19, 2010. Two teams from the University of Arkansas shared top honors in the Undergraduate tracks at the Donald W. Reynolds Tri-State Award competition held May 19th at Red Rock Casino and Resort in Las Vegas. Team Arkansas Auto-Fluff, including Lambda Chi's; Mason Miller, Greg Savage, Alex Spinks, (and a Pi Phi) took home $25,000 in cash prizes for their first-place finish. (more)
April 6, 2010. A Message From the President of Gamma Chi Zeta - David Koehler - "It is exciting that we are able to restore the current house rather than build a new facility. It's important that we hold on to the memories created here, and to maintain the feel of the house that is so special to us all." (more)
March 3, 2010. The 41st Annual Lambda Chi Alpha Pledge Queen Pageant was held in the Union Ballroom at the University of Arkansas. All funds raised by the pageant were donated to the Jackson L. Graves Foundation. (more)
March 1, 2010. Active Members at Gamma Chi Zeta have shown their academic prowness by accumulating an impressive number of scholarships. Between all members of the chapter they have earned 88 scholarships in total for the spring semester. (more)
January 23, 2010. The Fayetteville chapter successfully initiated 36 new brothers to the Gamma Chi chapter. With the initiation of this class, the total initiates into Gamma Zeta totals 2,195. (more)
January 7, 2010. Our active Lambda Chi brothers in Fayetteville should be proud of their scholarship as they earned a 3.059 GPA for the Fall 2009 semester. This was the highest GPA of all men's fraternities. Lambda Chi Alpha finished ahead of SAE and Farmhouse, who tied for second with a 3.044. In addition, LXA had the 10th highest GPA out of 28 Greek organizations and we were well above the All-Fraternity average of 2.912. (more)
Have a question for the High Rho (Alumni Chairman) at the chapter? Want to recommend a young man for consideration as a member? Contact Sam Boomer, High Rho, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The House phone at 120 Stadium Drive is (479) 442-9566.