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Rutgers Homecoming Football Game

Rutgers Homecoming Football Game

Originally Posted By Halli M. James

On October 25-27th, Rutgers University held their annual Homecoming weekend. One of the most exciting parts of the weekend is the football game. Tons of alumni and brothers of the Cook Chapter came together to celebrate Rutgers and have a great time. We all held a barbeque for everyone to eat and catch up and then all went to the game together. It was an awesome afternoon of talking, memories, and cheering on our alma mater. RU RAH RAH!
Thursday, February 27, 2014/Author: Alpha Zeta/Number of views (469)/Comments (0)/
Monster Mash

Monster Mash

Originally Posted By Halli M. James

On October 25th, Cook Chapter participated in the annual Rutgers’ Monster Mash. Monster Mash is an event held by Rutgers University that serves as an alternative trick-or-treating activity for the children of New Brunswick. The goal of this program is to provide a safe venue where kids can come dressed up and participate in games and get candy. Clubs and organizations at Rutgers are encouraged to come up with a game or some other type of presentation that the kids can interact ...
Thursday, February 27, 2014/Author: Alpha Zeta/Number of views (495)/Comments (0)/
Rutgers Homecoming Bed Races

Rutgers Homecoming Bed Races

Originally Posted By Halli M. James

On October 24, Cook AZ took part in Rutgers 6th Annual Homecoming Charity Bed Races. This event is part of the homecoming week activities at Rutgers. Teams register by donating at least 300 diapers for children and families in need. Teams decorate a bed and then race them down College Avenue, one of the main streets on the Rutgers campus. Many members of Cook AZ came out to watch and support our bed racing team. It was a great opportunity for AZ to make a donation to the New ...
Thursday, February 27, 2014/Author: Alpha Zeta/Number of views (467)/Comments (0)/
Scavenger Hunt

Scavenger Hunt

Originally Posted By Halli M. James

On October 19, 2013, our new members and brothers went head to head in an Alpha Zeta scavenger hunt! There were a few new members and brothers on each team, and everyone had a couple of hours to take pictures with various things like signs and statues around campus. It was a great was for everyone to learn many of the secret spots on Rutgers' five campuses and explore new places on campus. A lot of fun was had by all and it was a great bonding experience for each new member and ...
Thursday, February 27, 2014/Author: Alpha Zeta/Number of views (477)/Comments (0)/

NC Student Involvement fair

Originally Posted By Sara N. Fleming

On Wednesday September 4th, brothers participated in a school wide involvement fair. This fair was held in the Carmichael gym on the North Carolina State University Campus. The involvement faired aimed to provide students the opportunity to get more involved on campus with various clubs, fraternities/sororities, and various other social or academic groups. The North Carolina Chapter set up a booth with pictures and commentaries about activities and experiences of brothers in hopes of attracting students of CALS and its allied fields to consider rushing for Alpha Zeta. The brothers who participated in the event had the opportunity to communicate with the student body about what interests them and how they could possibly fit into the Alpha Zeta Brotherhood. Overall there was a lot of interest from students which was really exciting to see as brothers.
Sunday, January 5, 2014/Author: Mike Cooke/Number of views (507)/Comments (0)/

NC Meeting with the Dean of CALS

Originally Posted By Sara N. Fleming

On Wednesday August 21, Chancellor Alvey, Censor Cave, and Scribe Fleming met with the new dean of the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, Dr. Dean Linton. The officers and the Dean discussed the upcoming goals of Alpha Zeta and how he would like to see Alpha Zeta more involved on campus. It was wonderful to meet with him and introduce the new officer team of the 2013-2014 year. The dean was very excited about the upcoming events of Alpha Zeta and wanted to lend a helping hand wherever he could. 
Sunday, January 5, 2014/Author: Mike Cooke/Number of views (460)/Comments (0)/
Alpha Zeta Canned Food Drive: Oct. 7-11

Alpha Zeta Canned Food Drive: Oct. 7-11

Originally posted by Adriana M. Dubbelde

"Alpha Zeta is the professional agricultural and natural resources organization dedicated to the highest levels of scholarship, leadership, integrity and SERVICE.” The Alpha Zeta Canned Food Drive was a major success this year, thanks to Michael Paulsmeyer and the service committee. During College of Agriculture and Life Sciences (CALS) Week, the Wilson Chapter held a competition amongst the clubs. Collection boxes were placed in each of the clubs' main offices for non-perishable food items, and monetary donations were accepted.
Thursday, October 17, 2013/Author: Alpha Zeta/Number of views (450)/Comments (0)/
Back 2 School Bash

Back 2 School Bash

Originally posted by Grace E. Poling

Alpha Zeta Partners participated in the 2013 College of Food, Agricultural and Environmental Sciences "Back 2 School Bash" which is an annual event to welcome students back to the college. AZP had a booth at the event to teach new students in the college about the organization. Additionally, eight members of the chapter participated in a kickball tournament against other student organizations within the college. This event was beneficial to the chapter because members were able to talk to many students about the purpose and activities of the chapter...
Wednesday, September 25, 2013/Author: Alpha Zeta/Number of views (501)/Comments (0)/
NC Swing-a-Thon 2013

NC Swing-a-Thon 2013

Originally posted by Ashley J. Kirby

On April 15th, Sigma Alpha hosted their eleventh annual Swing-a-Thon fundraiser.  Fifteen brothers signed up to swing for fifteen minutes on the Brickyard. Each brother paid $10 to swing on the porch swing and received a t-shirt. Alpha Zeta helped to sponsor the event by donating over $100, so our name is printed on the shirts. The revenue from Swing-a-Thon goes towards Agriculture in the Classroom programs.
Monday, April 15, 2013/Author: Alpha Zeta/Number of views (543)/Comments (0)/
Cornell Faculty Dinner

Cornell Faculty Dinner

Originally posted by Rheanna I. Foley

This semester we had an excellent turnout at our annual Faculty Dinner. This year we tried something a little different than our normal dinner at the chapter’s house. With the support of the Corporation Board, we were able to pay for a caterer and host the event on campus at the Physical Sciences Building. In the Baker Portico, thirty actives and twenty-five faculty members and local alumni joined together to enjoy conversation and dinner from Kendra’s Catering...
Saturday, April 13, 2013/Author: Alpha Zeta/Number of views (575)/Comments (0)/
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