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AZ Friendsgiving

AZ Friendsgiving

Originally Posted By Halli M. James

On December 8th the brothers of the Cook Chapter came together for our annual Friendsgiving potluck. This post Thanksgiving tradition is a great way for brothers to catch up after the break and unwind before the start of finals. We had a potluck dinner held at one of the brother’s homes where we spent the evening talking, eating, and enjoying each other’s company. We truly consider our brotherhood a family, that's why we have our own special holiday to celebrate!
Thursday, February 27, 2014/Author: Alpha Zeta/Number of views (448)/Comments (0)/
Fall Formal

Fall Formal

Originally Posted By Halli M. James

On November 22, the Cook Chapter held our Fall Formal. Brothers got dressed up and spent the night eating and dancing at the Heldrich Hotel in downtown New Brunswick. The formal is always the wrap up to our semester, before finals begin. Additionally, all of our brother awards for the semester are given out at formal.
Thursday, February 27, 2014/Author: Alpha Zeta/Number of views (451)/Comments (0)/
Hunger Games: Catching Fire Premiere

Hunger Games: Catching Fire Premiere

Originally Posted By Halli M. James

On November 21, the brothers of the Cook Chapter took a night off from studying to go see the premier of the new Hunger Games movie. Everyone had fun munching on popcorn while enjoying the movie. Afterwards we went out for late night ice cream. It was a great time for everyone.
Thursday, February 27, 2014/Author: Alpha Zeta/Number of views (440)/Comments (0)/
Initiation

Initiation

Originally Posted By Halli M. James

On November 16th, 2013, 29 new members were initiated into the brotherhood of Alpha Zeta Cook Chapter. The Chi Class worked very hard for towards initiation day and they have finally made it to the end of their pledging process. Brothers and alumni came together to celebrate with the newly-pledged brothers.
Thursday, February 27, 2014/Author: Alpha Zeta/Number of views (556)/Comments (0)/
Visit to the Fulper Family Farmstead

Visit to the Fulper Family Farmstead

Originally Posted By Halli M. James

On November 13th, a few members of the Cook AZ chapter visited Fulper Family Farmstead in Lambertville, NJ. The Fulper Farm is a family owned and operated dairy farm that still uses most of their original farm equipment. It’s a relatively small function, so we talked a lot about being able to keep up with larger commercial dairies. Fulper uses other aspects of the business such as cheese making and tourism to make up for not being as large as other dairies. Another interesting ...
Thursday, February 27, 2014/Author: Alpha Zeta/Number of views (534)/Comments (0)/
Visit to Readington River Buffalo Company

Visit to Readington River Buffalo Company

Originally Posted By Halli M. James

On November 6th, several members of the Cook AZ Chapter visited Erick Doyle’s bison farm in Readington, NJ. We learned about the difficulties of managing an animal operation where the farmer is not able to have much contact with the animals due to their lack of domestication. We talked about silage making and bison nutrition and how to make the best of the resources available to you. Erick gets a lot of the milk he feeds to his calves from a nearby dairy that donates product they ...
Thursday, February 27, 2014/Author: Alpha Zeta/Number of views (579)/Comments (0)/
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 (468)/Comments (0)/
Gleaning at Giamarese Farms

Gleaning at Giamarese Farms

Originally Posted By Halli M. James

On October 23, Cook AZ took part in a gleaning on Giamarese Farm in East Brunswick, NJ. Leading up to the event, we had a conversation about food as a right and each individual’s responsibility to help those in need. Once we got the farm, we spent several hours going through the field and harvesting sweet corn to donate through the NJ Agricultural Society’s Farmers Against Hunger. We harvested over 3000 lbs of corn to be donated to local families. It was a great service experience ...
Thursday, February 27, 2014/Author: Alpha Zeta/Number of views (554)/Comments (0)/
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