May 2024 Chapter News

Check out the latest news from: Iowa, Drexel, St. John’s, Temple, Roanoke, St. Joe’s, Eastern Washington, Hofstra, FSU, Shippensburg, Indiana, Salisbury, VCU, Christopher Newport, Bloomsburg, Pitt, East Carolina, and Frostburg.

Iowa – Pushing up expectations

Raised over $5,000 for the Special Olympics.

Drexel – Π vs. Φ

Declared (good natured) war against the Phi’s.

St. John’s – NSync

Lip sync’d their way to a fourth consecutive 🎶 championship.

Temple – Broad Street Laddies

Moving to a historic chapter house on Broad Street. A fitting home for “the house that leads.”

Roanoke – Added 2x the class 

Jimmy Two Times announced the Beta Beta class, the Beta Beta class.

St. Joe’s – Greek Feast

Dined fine with fellow Greeks on campus.

Eastern Washington – Founders Weekend 

Celebrated with the brothers who got it going in 1995.

Hofstra – Taking steps to fight Parkinson’s

Stepped up for the Parkinson’s Unity Walk in Central Park.

FSU – Dad’s Weekend

Celebrated the dads who guided them. “Fatherhood is great because you can ruin someone from scratch.” – Jon Stewart

Shippensburg – GOATs 🐐

Spent some time with an interesting kid on #earthday. Not baaaaad.

Indiana – Exotic Travels 🐪 🗼 🌉

Rode camels, climbed towers, and crossed bridges. 

Salisbury – Senior Spotlight: Connor Sorrell

“Joining a fraternity enables you to be the best version of yourself no matter what life throws at you, and I cannot thank the brothers of Pi Lambda Phi enough for being there for me through thick and thin these past 3 years.”

VCU – High rise act

Bonded over soaring to new heights.

Christopher Newport – Lavaliering 🫶🏻

Committed to a serious relationship. Congrats, brother Taylor!

Bloomsburg – Apparel Auction

Bought and sold Pilam merch to raise money for a scholarship fund.

Pitt – Formalizing fun

Cleaned up nice for their Spring formal.

East Carolina – Graduated 5️⃣

Five more join the alumni ranks. 

Frostburg – Exploring discrimination

Presented a perspective on the American prison system.

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