College Fraternity Date Auction

February 15, 2011

Being such do-gooders gets costly. The boys of Delta Lambda Phi at NYU engage a tremendous amount of service throughout the city. We volunteer regularly with the Trevor Project, the Trinity Place Shelter, New Alternatives, HOPE, Ali Forney and the Callen Lorde Center just to name a few. This is your chance to help us […]

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February 8, 2011

Tonight the boys of Delta Lambda Phi are heading out to Palladium for a night of fun yoga instruction by our much loved alumnus Nathan! Come to stretch out, meditate, or discover personal enlightenment while getting to know the Brothers of Delta Lambda Phi. If you’ve got a yoga mat grab it (if not a […]

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(Modern) Family Game Night

February 7, 2011

Well boys the turn out for yesterday’s Meet the (Modern) Family event was great! I think it’s safe to say that all who attended had fun snacking on chips and gummy bears while getting to know the Brothers of NYU’s Beta Xi chapter! I hope we’ll see some new and familiar faces at tonight’s event! […]

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Meet the Family

February 6, 2011


The Men of Delta Lambda Phi have been eagerly anticipating the time when recruitment week starts and we get to see all the men interested in joining our wonderful family! We look forward to seeing both new and familiar faces tomorrow (February 6th) at 5pm at our “Meet the Family” event of recruitment week. DLP […]

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Spring 2011 Recruitment Week: Modern Fraternity

January 26, 2011

DLP-BetaXi Recruitment Flyer Spring 2011

The Beta Xi Chapter of Delta Lambda Phi at NYU is thrilled to announce its recruitment lineup for Spring 2011. Given that we think of our chapter a fun and diverse (if occasionally quirky) family of gay, bisexual, and progressive men, the theme of this semester’s recruitment week is a take-off on the popular ABC […]

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“You-Are-Loved” Vigil Is A Huge Success!

October 4, 2010

Last evening, over 2,000 people turned out for the “You-Are-Loved” Glowlight Vigil in honor of the recent young men who have passed as a result of LGBTQ-related bullying. Even in the pouring rain, Delta Lambda Phi and NYU LGBT organizations carried on and welcomed invited speakers Governor Paterson, NYC Council Speaker Christine Quinn, and performer […]

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Recruitment Week Fall 2010: Come as you are, Become a Lambda Man!

September 19, 2010

The Beta Xi Chapter of Delta Lambda Phi at NYU is very excited to start our fall recruitment with some exciting new and classic events! Come as you are this semester while we celebrate the diversity amongst gay, bisexual, and progressive men. Search Facebook for Delta Lambda Phi’s Fall ’10: Come As You Are to […]

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Will It Ever End? Beta Xi’s tireless close to an epic semester

May 5, 2010

The year is coming to its close, but by no means does the Beta Xi Chapter of Delta Lambda Phi have any regrets! With great leadership, loyal support, and total commitment, the Beta Xi Chapter launched itself into an new period of its history, full of absolute progress, exponential growth, and increasing organization and solidarity. […]

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Bust Beta Xi: Initiation, Greek Week, much, much more

April 17, 2010

With the end of this week, the Beta Xi chapter of Delta Lambda Phi has truly made its presence known in the New York University, LGBTQ, and DLP communities! On Saturday, April tenth, the Iota New Member class, consisting of James Van Sweringen, Johnny De Vito, David Meyers, Anthony Obregon, Chris Cheasty, Peter Lindner, and […]

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HOTT Drag Show a Success!

March 27, 2010

On March 6th, the Beta Xi chapter of Delta Lambda Phi held its biggest event of the year: a drag show to raise funds for the charity Health Outreach To Teens, which serves the healthcare needs of homeless and at-risk youth, a community disproportionately dominated by LGBTQ identifying individuals. Inside the Rosenthal Pavilion at NYU’s […]

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