Lambda Chi Alpha

President Brett Sneed
Vice President Internal Anthony Seibert
Vice President External Jacob Rigelman
Secretary Jordon Phillips
Treasurer Zachary Smith
Risk Manager Andrew Tebbe
Recruitment Manager Richard Shomer
Rush Chair Dylan Kinman
Ritualist Timothy Diedriech
Scholarship Chair Thomas Lowrey
Social Chairman Cole Hardman
Alumni Chairman Camden Walther
House Manager Robert Anderton
Alumni Advisor Mr. Jason LaBella
Faculty Advisor Dr. Michael Kukral

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Lambda Chi Alpha is a social fraternity, founded upon Christian principles and ideals at Boston University in 1909. There are 221 chapters of Lambda Chi Alpha and 4 colonies in 47 states and 3 provinces in Canada with over 230,000 initiates nationally, making Lambda Chi the third largest national fraternity. The chapter here began as a local, secret organization known as the Polytechnic Institute Experimental Science Fraternity, or the P.I.E.S. In 1925 this group affiliated on a national basis when it joined Theta Kappa Nu, which eventually became the present day Theta Kappa Zeta of Lambda Chi Alpha when Lambda Chi Alpha and Theta Kappa Nu merged in 1939. The continued goal of Lambda Chi Alpha is to help each man reach his full potential and instill in him the ideals that are the substance of a well-rounded character. In order to accomplish this, Lambda Chi strives diligently to remain one of the most active chapters on campus both socially and in relation to community service and brother involvement. The brothers of Theta Kappa Zeta feel that fraternal life has much to offer the Rose-Hulman student and are very proud to be a part of Rose-Hulman's Greek system.

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