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AZ Cal Epsilon New Member Informational Meeting

Posted By Caitlin E. O'Connell, 8 hours ago
The Cal Epsilon Chapter held a meeting on October 8th and invited the perspective new members to attend to learn more about Alpha Zeta. We had 38 perspective members attend the meeting. We played Alpha Zeta Bingo as a mixer to get the perspective members and the current members talking about Alpha Zeta. The meeting was a success!

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Tags:  Alpha Zeta Cal Epsilon  Cal-Epsilon Chapter  Chapter Meeting  Character  Potential New Members 

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Members Showing at the Fresno Fair

Posted By Caitlin E. O'Connell, 8 hours ago
Alpha Zeta Cal Epsilon brothers Teighlor Baugher and Nicole Borba have showed at the Fresno Fair with the Beef Show team this month. Teighlor placed 1st in intermediate showmanship and Nicole Borba placed 4th in Novice showmanship! Good job in placing and demonstrating scholarship and character!

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Tags:  Alpha Zeta Cal Epsilon  Cal-Epsilon Chapter  Character  Scholarship 

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Cal-Epsilon Members Showing Their Scholarship

Posted By Caitlin E. O'Connell, 13 hours ago

The Cal Epsilon Chapter encourages its members to share pictures of their members demonstrating one of our pillars, scholarship. Scholarship is often overlooked in the fraternity after the initial invitation to join and so the officers like to capture members demonstrating scholarship and share these highlights with others. All members are encouraged to send picture of themselves, or other members, participating in an activity that encompasses a pillar or two to a member of the officer team. The officer team make sure that they get recognized on our Intsagram and Facebook pages. Feel free to follow us on Instagram @alphazeta_fresnostate or like our Facebook to see more. 

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Tags:  Alpha Zeta Cal Epsilon  Cal-Epsilon Chapter  Scholarship 

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Puerto Rico Chapter Community Service

Posted By Jaileen Rivera Montes De Oca, Sunday, October 19, 2014

For a month now, the Puerto Rico Chapter of Alpha Zeta has been giving a friendly hand to the Sociedad Americana del Cancer de Puerto Rico (American Society of Cancer in Puerto Rico)  by selling items in preparation for the march against breast cancer, as a fundraiser for patients and survivors of breast cancer. We have been selling T-shirts, caps, bracelets and pins in the shopping center Mayaguez Town during the Thursdays from 10:30 AM to 1:00 PM. On Thursday 18th of September and October the 9th,  three members participated in the activity. On the 3rd of October, four members participated.  To the day we have been able to collect $358 in merchandise sold.

Keep up the fight against cancer!

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Tags:  Breast Cancer  Community Service  Puerto Rico Chapter 

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Florida Chapter Paddle Making Social

Posted By Angely S. Jimenez, Friday, October 17, 2014

   After one of the pledge meetings, the pledges stayed in the meeting room and had a paddle making party. Each pledge is required to complete a paddle and obtain various signatures from the deans, the officers, and active and alumni members. 

   The pledges can decorate their paddles however they want, but as an incentive, the best decorated paddle will receive an award at the induction ceremony and a prize. Some of the pledges painted their paddles, while one pledge, Stephen Myers, used a wood burner and outlined his paddle and signed it. The creativity amongst the pledges is amazing, and their paddles are looking really good! 

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Tags:  Florida Chapter  New Member Development  Paddles  Pledges  Social  University of Florida 

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Cornell Chapter: Big/Little Reveal

Posted By Natasha A. Bartolotta, Friday, October 17, 2014

Each new member of our chapter receive both a guy and girl big to guide them throughout the pledging process and to help act as both a mentor and friend. This is a special tradition to our chapter. The bond between bigs and littles is continually reinforced throughout the pledge period as bigs help their littles with their events and tasks. 

Big/little reveal is always a very exciting night for our house! Everyone in our chapter comes together to watch the fun event. The unsuspecting new members are waiting in our house's formal room when their bigs burst in with huge smiles on their faces and arms full of gifts and lineage traditions to give them. Our lineages have special themes that are created by older actives and are then passed down after they graduate. Some lineage examples include hipster, Ben and Jerry's, mustaches, cow, and business lineage, plus many more! The lineages make everyone in our house more connected as well. 

To celebrate these special lineages, we organized family dinners to happen this week. Bigs who have a little of their same gender invited them to a fun dinner along with the rest of their lineage. It's a great time for bigs and littles to bond with each other and the rest of their family. 

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Tags:  Big/Little  bonding  Cornell Chapter  Fellowship  New Member Development 

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Florida Chapter: Family Dinner @ Taco Tuesday

Posted By Angely S. Jimenez, Thursday, October 16, 2014

  After Tuesday's pledge meeting and Chapter, a group of pledges and current brothers headed out to Tijuana Flats for Taco Tuesday to enjoy a fun family dinner! Pledges got to bond over this social while eating some delicious tacos. Brothers got to socialize with pledges and talk about the upcoming Big/Little reveal. The pledges brainstormed ideas for socials, such as going out shopping for their costume for Big/Little. It was a delicious time! 

 

Tags:  Fellowship  Florida Chapter  New Member Development  Pledge Socials  Socials  University of Florida 

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First Pledge Service Project Florida Chapter

Posted By Angely S. Jimenez, Wednesday, October 15, 2014

The Florida Chapter's Fall Pledge Class held their first service project, organized by their service chair Maya. A group of pledges headed out to our adopted road in Gainesville to clean up the trash on the road. They spent two hours of the afternoon on a beautiful day beautifying the community. Thank you for all your help! We're excited to see future service projects from the pledge class. 

 

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Tags:  Florida Chapter  Pledge Process  Pledge Service  Road Clean Up  Service to Community  University of Florida 

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Florida Chapter CALS TailGATOR Social

Posted By Angely S. Jimenez, Wednesday, October 15, 2014

As one of the requirements for pledging, each pledge is required to attend at least five hours of social events. One of these events was the CALS TailGATOR. During the Saturday of University of Florida's home game against LSU, the College of Agricultural and Life Sciences hosts a Tailgate event in the O'Connell Center, where CALS students eat Hills BBQ for free and participate in the various activities, such as corn hole, playing with animals, and a silent auction. The Alpha Zeta table held a hula hoop contest, and some of the pledges got to hold an alligator!

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Tags:  Florida Chapter  New Member Development  Pledge Process  Pledge Socials  University of Florida 

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Florida Chapter Ice Breakers and Speed Dating

Posted By Angely S. Jimenez, Wednesday, October 15, 2014

  Before every pledge meeting, I like to plan a fun, but quick ice breaker. One ice breaker we did was the post-it note game. Each pledge received a post-it note and had to write the name of a famous celebrity, or fictional character and stick it to someone else's forehead. They then had to walk around the room and ask yes or no questions to everyone else to figure out who they had. It was big fun mess, and it ended with one person left not being able to guess that they were Tom Cruise. Overall, it was a very fun ice breaker. 

  This past Tuesday, instead of having an ice breaker, we had speed dating! Brothers that signed up to be a big came out and participated in a fun activity where they have the chance to talk to each pledge individually for a minute, before moving on to the next pledge. It's always really fun and loud, and it goes by quick, so you have to make sure to make a great first impression in order to find the Big of Your Life <3

 

 

Tags:  Fellowship  Florida Chapter  New Member Development  Pledge Process 

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