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  • LAMBDA CHI ALPHABALL STATE UNIVERSITY

    2017 MEDIA KIT

  • RUSH A LIFETIME OF TRUE BROTHERHOOD

    Interested in Joining?WHAT WE DOOur brotherhood is dedicated to enhancing the collegiate experience and providing personal and professional development through a fun brotherhood.

    HOW TO JOINLambda Chi Alpha has new member recruitment that takes place 365 days a year. Join Lambda

    Chi and see what we can do for you.

    Start your lifetime of true brotherhood now.Fill out a prospective member form at www.lambdachi.org/join/

    LOYALTY

    DUTY

    RESPECT

    SERVICE AND STEWARDSHIP

    HONOR

    INTEGRITY

    COURAGE

  • Lambda Chi Alpha has new member recruitment that

    takes place 365 days a year. Join Lambda Chi and see what we can do for you.

    Start your lifetime of true brotherhood now.

    Fill out a prospective member form at

    www.lambdachi.org/join

    LAMBDA CHI ALPHAA LIFETIME OF TRUE BROTHERHOOD

    FOLLOW US ON TWITTER

    AND INSTAGRAM @BSULAMBDACHI

    HOW TO JOIN

  • LOYALTY

    DUTY

    RESPECT

    SERVICE

    STEWARDSHIP

    HONOR

    INTEGRITY

    COURAGE

    OUR VALUESOUR HISTORY

    We were founded in 1909 at Boston

    University, with the expressed objective

    purpose of bringing about the association

    of college students of good moral

    character in collegiate institutions.

    Lambda Chi Alpha was the first social

    organization on Ball States campus and

    was founded by 17 young men.

    In 1951, we were chartered as the

    official Iota-Alpha colony of Lambda Chi

    Alpha Fraternity at Ball State University .

    This chapter was named the Ball State

    Interfraternity Council Chapter of the Year

    in 2012 and The Ball State Daily News Best

    Fraternity in 2015.

    PHILANTHROPY

    WHAT IS IT?

    Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity created a

    formal partnership with Feeding America

    in 2013. The mission of Feeding America

    is to fight to end hunger and our mission

    is to instill values in young men.

    WHAT DO WE DO?

    The Ball State Chapter holds two

    philanthropy events, The Lambda Open

    and Kickin it with Lambda Chi. All the

    proceeds are donated to Second Harvest

    Foodbank of East Central Indiana and

    Feeding America to help end hunger.

  • Media Release Jan. 16, 2017 Contact Information: FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Brianna Beitzel 630-346-7356 babeitzel@bsu.edu

    Lambda Chi Alpha hosts Lambda Open mini-golf tournament

    MUNCIE, Ind. Come join Ball State Universitys Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity for the

    Lambda Open mini-golf tournament Sunday, April 9, 2017. The fraternity will host the tournament at the University Green starting at 11:30 a.m. To register for the mini golf tournament, individuals or teams of four must pay $10 per person and fill out a registration form by March 31. Registration and more information about the event can be found at www.lambdachibsu.com/lambda-open.

    All the proceeds of the Lambda Open will be donated to Second Harvest Food Bank of East Central Indiana and Feeding America to help the initiative of curing hunger. This will be the second year that the spring philanthropy event will be held.

    Last year, the event had a great turnout and raised $2,450 for the fraternitys philanthropy. Peter Spartz, former Standards and Accreditation chair, thought the event was a success.

    Last year was the first year of our new philanthropy event, so my brothers and I were unsure about how the turnout was going to be. We ended up raising a substantial amount of money and having a blast. Im really proud of my brothers for putting so much effort into this event in order to help donate money to such a good cause.

    For more information about the event, contact The Lambda Open mini-golf tournament chairman, Mitch Robinson, at mbrobinson@bsu.edu.

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    Headquartered in the Indianapolis suburb of Carmel, Ind., Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity is one of the largest men's general fraternities in North America with more than 280,000 initiated members and has held chapters at more than 300 universities. In the early 1970s, it was the first fraternity to eliminate pledging and remains a leader in the fight against hazing, alcohol/drug abuse, sexual assault, and other challenges facing today's college student. To learn more, please visit http://www.lambdachi.org/ Media Contact: Brianna Beitzel babeitzel@bsu.edu

  • Media Release Feb. 21, 2017 Contact Information: FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Brianna Beitzel 630-346-7356 babeitzel@bsu.edu

    Lambda Chi Alpha and Alpha Chi Omega hosts sexual assault awareness forum

    MUNCIE, Ind. Ball State Universitys Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity is partnering with Alpha Chi Omega and Step In. Speak up. to host their annual sexual assault awareness forum. The Greek organizations will host the forum on March 15, 2017 at 6:00 p.m. in Pruis Hall at Ball State University.

    This forum will spread awareness about sexual assault, a big issue facing may college campuses today. Anyone who wants to attend can learn from Ball State University's Title IX Coordinator, Victim's Advocate, a University Police Department Officer, and a Ball Hospital nurse specializing in sexual assault.

    The focus of the forum is to talk about prevention, answer questions and raise awareness

    about how we can help to end sexual assaults on our campus. Lambda Chi Alpha wanted to get involved with this event because the fraternity felt like it was an issue that needed to be addressed in the Greek community.

    Peter Spartz, an active fraternity member, thinks this forum is a great way to spread awareness on campus. I think that raising awareness for this subject is important, especially for the Greek community. I am really glad that my brothers and I are taking initiative to talk about this pressing issue that happens on college campuses and help end it for good.

    For more information about the public forum, visit www.lambdachibsu.com

  • ##### Headquartered in the Indianapolis suburb of Carmel, Ind., Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity is one of the largest men's general fraternities in North America with more than 280,000 initiated members and has held chapters at more than 300 universities. In the early 1970s, it was the first fraternity to eliminate pledging and remains a leader in the fight against hazing, alcohol/drug abuse, sexual assault, and other challenges facing today's college student. To learn more, please visit http://www.lambdachi.org/ Media Contact: Brianna Beitzel babeitzel@bsu.edu

  • Biography

    Peter Spartz

    Standards and Accreditation Chair and Website Administrator

    Peter Spartz is from Zionsville, Indiana where he attended Guerin Catholic High School. Now, he

    attends Ball State University where he is a member of Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity. As an involved

    member, he is currently the Standards and Accreditation Chair and Website Administrator for

    Lambda Chi Alpha at Ball State University. He has held these positions since 2016.

    Peter is a senior studying computer technology and business administration. He has carried his love

    for technology into his job at the Housing department of Ball State University at the IT help desk.

    Peter has a strong passion for technology, building three computers of his own, his first at 12 years

    old. With his vast amount of knowledge in technology, Peter is hoping to continue with a career in

    IT in the future.

    As the Standards and Accreditation chair, he is a dedicated and proud member. At the end of the

    year, Peter creates a formal report for the Ball State Greek Council and presents the chapters

    involvement on campus and in the Muncie community. Additionally, Peter is the website

  • administrator, one of his favorite roles, for Lambda Chi Alphas website at Ball State University

    where he updates information and creates content for their blog.

    Peter is described as a very involved member of his chapter with a strong passion for his

    brotherhood. His passion and dedication to Lambda Chi Alpha has shown throughout his positions.

    During his time in Lambda Chi Alpha, Peter believes to have grown as a person. Lambda Chi

    Alpha allows you to grow as a leader and become a better man. Id like to think I have become a

    better man because of this chapter.

    As an alumnus, Peter aspires to help out the Ball State chapter of Lambda Chi Alpha as much as he

    possibly can.

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    Headquartered in the Indianapolis suburb of Carmel, Ind., Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity is one of the largest men's general fraternities in North America with more than 280,000 initiated members and has held chapters at more than 300 universities. In the early 1970s, it was the first fraternity to eliminate pledging and remains a leader in the fight against hazing, alcohol/drug abuse, sexual assault, and other challenges facing today's college student. To learn more, please visit www.lambdachi.org

    Media Contact: Brianna Beitzel babeitzel@bsu.edu Brianna Beitzel attends Ball State University. She is an advertising student with a concentration in media planning and minor in French.

  • Op-Ed Breaking the Stereotypes By Brianna Beitzel

    Its a known fact that fraternities dont have

    the best reputation. Today, it is true that

    you will most likely not hear a positive

    headline about a fraternity in the media.

    This stigma is put upon many Greek

    organizat