Grand High Zeta at Butler University
Updated: Jan 26
On the eve of Butler University's homecoming Grand High Zeta and a number of chapter alumni visited the Butler University Lambda Chi Alpha house. As they entered the home, they were greeted by undergraduates, hors d'oeuvres, and the notes of the baby grand piano drifting through the house. On the agenda for the evening was an update on the house's completion, a report on the state of the chapter, and the announcement of a unique project that undergraduate brothers Jack Hudson, Jackson Procise, and Indiana University student Emily Brown are creating.
Together the three undergraduates announced their production of a documentary highlighting the nearly century-long history of Lambda Chi Alpha on Butler University's campus. A trailer was premiered, giving a glimpse into the final project, which will be released on March 22, 2022, our chapter's founders day. You can view the trailer at www.babble.media/lxa.
Numerous members of the Grand High Zeta commented on the home's innate beauty, the hospitality of the undergraduate brothers, and their overall delight in attending the event. The Alpha Alpha Zeta chapter continues to set the bar for what a fraternity should look like.
Thank you to each member of the Grand High Zeta for attending our reception, and thank you to our alumni who continue to support this organization which is building the leaders and men of tomorrow.