Lambda Chi Alpha inducts new brothers
By Justin Ossont
Lambda Chi Alpha initiated three brothers into their fraternity of brotherhood. Aaron Hufnagel, Terry Laughbaugh and Dominco Giodanio are the newest additions to Lambda Chi Alpha Iota-Beta chapter. That brings the total to 38 active brothers on the campus. All three men bring great contributions to the fraternity.
Terry Laubach was elected as the secretary for the fall.
Five of its members, Myles Biggs, Michael Tonart, Ethan Sellers, Derrick Lupia and Robert Jumper, will graduate this semester.
All the brothers returning in the fall would like to extend how grateful they are to the seniors for their contributions to the fraternity. Also they would like to wish the graduating seniors good luck with all their future endeavors.
The chapter this year won the Chapter of the Year award at the Leadership banquet. It is the first time that the fraternity received the award.
Biggs also received the Inter Fraternity Council's Most Greek Sprit Award.
James Book will be taking over as the chapters' president in the fall.
James said, "I am greatly honored to be taking on such an important job as president. This is a very important job and I am going to work to the best of my ability."
Lambda Chi Alpha raised more than $350 from its charity dance event, Dance for a Cure.
Ashley Newcomb a member of Colleges Against Cancer organization said, "The party was such a great idea. The turnout was really awesome and it was great to see so many people come out and support a great cause."
For the event the brothers charged each person a $1 donation fee to enter the party, although participants could donate more if they wished to do so.