Chapter Activity Report Blog

Friday, September 18, 2020/Author: Lauren Myers/Number of views (225)/Comments (0)/
It’s #CollegeColorsDay fellow brothers and bulldogs!

It’s #CollegeColorsDay fellow brothers and bulldogs!

As this semester kicks off online we still have lots of activities planned this year!

Friday, September 18, 2020/Author: Lauren Myers/Number of views (216)/Comments (0)/
Annual Officer Retreat: North Carolina Chapter

Annual Officer Retreat: North Carolina Chapter

On July 10th and 11th, the newly inducted officers of the North Carolina Chapter met for a business meeting and officer retreat. The business meeting was productive in that ideas for this unprecedented year concerning community service projects, new member education week and active status requirements were discussed. Saturday (11th) part of the officer team took a trip to White Lake where afterwards they took a farm tour of a Bladen County Muscadine farm. Although much is unknown about this next semester, we are looking forward to seeing everyone at our first chapter meeting (via Zoom) on Wednesday August 12th!

Monday, August 10, 2020/Author: Lauren Myers/Number of views (431)/Comments (0)/
Alpha Zeta Virtual Pledging Spring Semester 2020

Alpha Zeta Virtual Pledging Spring Semester 2020

Virginia Chapter

Welcome to our Zoom Pledge Meeting TAKE 4! Today the pledges are going to be surprised by their new “Big”. One by one the “Bigs” will come on to the screen and announce the name of their little. Even though this is online, this is their official big in the Fraternity. The brothers are here to help guide the new pledges through this process and answer any questions they have. This year it is even more important to have them to lean on. My goal is to connect them with another AZ brother that can fill in the missing blanks in regards to missing those in-person moments. Creating that valuable one on one connection so that no one has to feel alone.

I decided that one best friend wasn’t enough, so as well as getting an active brother as a Big, I pulled in some awesome Alpha Zeta Alumni. Alumni Buddies will be part two of this process. The pledges this semester will have two amazing people in their lives. I want them to learn our traditions, values, and our passions for agriculture and the environment.

This has been an unexpected challenging semester but while it has been difficult it has also allowed me to create special situations for the pledges that would never have occurred before. For the first time, ever Alumni are able to actively help in this process. Some chose to be buddies and others can simply sign on during our zoom meetings and get to know some cool people. Zoom meetings create a safe space for everyone to collaborate and connect our lives together.

-Arlyn Smith, Pledge Chair

Tuesday, June 9, 2020/Author: Lauren Myers/Number of views (502)/Comments (0)/
NC Chapter Holds Officer Elections Through Zoom

NC Chapter Holds Officer Elections Through Zoom

On Wednesday, April 15th, the North Carolina Chapter of Alpha Zeta held officer elections, selected our newest advisor and delegated awards to distinguished brothers. We shared our utmost appreciation and thanks to our previous officer team as well as our beloved seniors for all they have done for our wonderful fraternity. We are so proud of our North Carolina State University graduates and wish them nothing but the best in their future endeavors. Additionally, we want to once again say thank you to our alumni and advisors who attended the meeting as well, offering a helping hand when needed in our discussions throughout the night. Best of luck to our new officer team, and Go Pack! 

North Carolina Chapter Officers 2020-21: 

Chancellor Kristina Phelps 
Censor Taryn Cowles 
Scribe Micah Furr 
Treasurer Seth Moody 
Chronicler Madi Weast 
Newest Faculty Advisor: Dr. David Crouse, Distinguished Undergraduate Professor 

Tuesday, June 9, 2020/Author: Lauren Myers/Number of views (453)/Comments (0)/
Pottery Social with the Florida Chapter

Pottery Social with the Florida Chapter

Every semester we have a pottery social at the Reitz Union at the University of Florida. Here brothers get to let out their inner artists. Every semester numerous brothers participate in this social. No matter how good of an artist the brother is, everyone always has fun. The fall 2019 pottery social was no different. There were laughs and people getting to know each other. It is always a good way to have fun with our fellow brothers as well as take a break from the stress of classes and exams.

Wednesday, April 1, 2020/Author: Lauren Myers/Number of views (200)/Comments (0)/
🎟Uno, clue, and monopoly oh my!🎟

🎟Uno, clue, and monopoly oh my!🎟

Cal Epsilon Fresno held a family game night on February 27.  It was a great success filled with fun, snacks and a little friendly competition!

Monday, March 9, 2020/Author: Lauren Myers/Number of views (446)/Comments (0)/
The pasta-bilities seem endless for the semester at Cal Epsilon!

The pasta-bilities seem endless for the semester at Cal Epsilon!

We had a wonderful turn out at our February formal meeting, including nine potential initiates. Next week we start information sessions for these and other students interested in Alpha Zeta

Tuesday, February 25, 2020/Author: Lauren Myers/Number of views (459)/Comments (0)/
Tuesday, February 25, 2020/Author: Lauren Myers/Number of views (476)/Comments (0)/
A Winter Retreat

A Winter Retreat

Virginia Chapter

This winter we were able to continue a chapter retreat event that we started two years ago. This year we ventured to a cabin outside of the Greyson Highlands and a few of our members and alumni were even able to see the wild ponies on their hike one afternoon. The event was great for creating and strengthening the bonds within our chapter—and get a little time away before finals!

Wednesday, January 1, 2020/Author: Lauren Myers/Number of views (188)/Comments (0)/
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