Delta Lambda Phi Creates 4 New Colonies in Texas, California, and New Jersey
March 20, 2009
Delta Lambda Phi National Social Fraternity is proud to announce the creation of four new colonies across the United States. In the spring of 2009, men from the University of Texas at Austin, The University of California at Irvine, Rutgers University, and the University of Texas at El Paso are taking their first steps as members of Delta Lambda Phi
We look forward to working with these men as they begin their journey to become full brothers of Delta Lambda Phi. We are very impressed with their energy and leadership within their respective communities and hope to see great things from them as we work together towards building the bonds of friendship and brotherhood on these college campuses. Over the next couple of years, they will work to develop their membership, create philanthropic activities and strive to be progressive leaders in their respective communities.
We would also like to recognize and offer our gratitude to the brothers of Delta Lambda Phi who have come forward and accepted the responsibility to guide these men and to offer their support and time in developing these future chapters of Delta Lambda Phi. They are:
- University of Texas – Austin
Mentors: Br. Danny Soto and Br. Cade Furnas
- University of California – Irvine
Mentors: Br. Galen Hammond, Br. Linzie Starr, Br. Ben Lee
- Rutgers University
Mentors: Br. Brendan Davis and Br. Troy Hoffman
- University of Texas – El Paso
Mentors: Br. Diego San Miguel and Br. Neil Nguyen
We look forward to their continued growth as members of Delta Lambda Phi.
Any questions should be addressed to Alex Chapeaux.