During fall recruitment, the Ohio Lambda Chapter at Kent State University recruited 24 Phikeias. Amongst the new members are two legacies. The class started contributing immediately to the chapter by holding its own “mini recruitment season” to help add members to their group.
Currently, Ohio Lambda has four brothers in the undergraduate Student Government, including two directors and a college senator. Two Phi Delts also sit on the executive board of the Interfraternity Council. Although the chapter has always had a military tradition at Kent State, a brother is now second-in-command of the Kent State ROTC program.
Finally, Ohio Lambda recently hosted its fall philanthropy called Rent-a-Puppy. Over 200 guests attended to support The ALS Association and Save-a-Mom Pregnant Dog Shelter. The chapter split the $1,200 raised between the two causes. Immediately following the event was Ohio Lambda’s Fall Open House, where friends, family, alumni and faculty gathered at the chapter house for food and socializing. The Dean of Students was accompanied to the event by her Asstistant Dean and the Greek Advisor. At the Open House, the chapter honored their ten active brothers and several alumni for their service in the armed forces.