Here at Epsilon Chi, we have events that occur every year. The following is a list and description of the more
This is a university event that occurs the week before the start of school. Students begin moving in, and Lambda
Chi begins to get to business. During this week
we usually hang out at the house, go see a movie or two, and go bowling since we haven't seen many of our
members since the spring. You will usually see a game
of volleyball going on if you visit the house this week.
For more information of Lambda Chi's philanthropic event known as Watermelon Fest, go to the Philanthropy page.
This is some of the most fun we have during the fall. We set up two or three tents and hit the junction for
tailgating on game days. A brother will be grilling chicken, pork,
burgers, etc... enough to feed everyone! We all sit back and relax, stuffing our faces before the game. We all
sit together at the game (we always get good seats) and, by
the end, usually have lost our voices. After the game we head back to the house. Some nights we hire a band to
play in our courtyard, and others we just set up speakers and
have a blast.
Halloween Date Party
Everybody's in costume, bring a date! We sometimes have this at the house. It's basically a dance/party
celebrated around or on Halloween.
This happens a week or so before Christmas break. At this date party, we rent out a facility and hire a band to
play for us.
Lambda Chi celebrates its founding on March 28th. Every year, our chapter brings Alumni from all over the
country together. We have a golf tournament and a meal afterwards. Founder's Day 2009 marks the 100 year
anniversary of the fraternity.
This is Lambda Chi's largest event of the year. Months of planning and weeks of preparation go into this two day
party. We have it at the house, which is transformed
into an island. Usually a couple bands are hired, and everyone has fun throughout the entirety of the event.
All The Time
There are always people hanging out at the house, and there is always something to do, even when we don't plan a
large-scale paperwork event.