Delta Lambda Phi Launches Chapter at University of Arizona

September 4, 2006

Chartering reactivates Omega Chapter with 15 new brothers

Tuscon, AZ — Delta Lambda Phi National Social Fraternity is pleased to announce the rechartering of a chapter at the University of Arizona. This past Labor Day weekend, along with the initiation of 15 new brothers, the new chapter was given all rights, privileges, and responsibilities of a chapter in good standing, along with the designation Omega. This is the same designation given to the formerly active chapter at UA, launched in 1991.

Several active and alumni brothers from around the nation were in attendance for the ritual weekend, including those from the Mu (Las Vegas, NV), Psi (Seattle, WA), Alpha Delta (San Diego, CA), Alpha Omicron (California State University – Northridge), Alpha Pi (Phoenix, AZ), Alpha Nu (Richmond, VA), Alpha Kappa (Dallas, TX), and Beta Beta (Mobile, AL) chapters.

Founded in 1986, Delta Lambda Phi National Social Fraternity is the nation’s oldest and largest social fraternity for gay, bisexual and progressive men. It is one of the country’s fastest-growing fraternities with chapters and colonies from coast to coast. With zero-tolerance hazing and discrimination policies, Delta Lambda Phi provides an atmosphere of dignified and purposeful social, service and recreational activities for its members. Delta Lambda Phi further provides its members with leadership, personal development and community service opportunities. Delta Lambda Phi maintains its national offices in Washington, D.C.