The Aerie, Yearbook of University of North Texas, 1990 Page: 199
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"Adopt a Highway" was also a program in
which the Lambda Chi Alphas participated.
Once a month the men went out and cleaned
up their stretch of highway.
The Lambda Chi Alphas had a phone line
called the "Lambda Line." It was designed
to inform the men of activities that were
happening on campus and in the fraternity.
The Lambda Chi Alphas also had a fraterni-
ty education program designed to educate
the men on topics like date rape, study
skills, dressing for success and AIDS. "Al-
though the men are not required to attend,
everybody comes because the lectures are so
interesting," said Darian Pickett, Lambda
Chi Alpha president.
Sigma Phi Epsilon started off the 1989
academic year with their annual Yard Par-
At fall rush the fraternity took forty-five
pledges. "Rush was a big success." said
Wayne Geyer, Sigma Phi Epsilon president.
"Some of our fall pledges have already risen
to positions of responsibility in executive
Sigma Phi Epsilon was recognized as hav-
ing the best decorated stands at Fouts Field.
Their biggest philanthropy project in 1989
was participation in the Denton State School
Carnival. Another philanthropy they had
was the Cumberland Presbyterian Chil-
dren's Home. The men donated their time
and energy to do odd jobs on the property
and helped with minor repairs. They also
painted a billboard for the children's home.
Continued on page 200
At the international fair, Qian Shauping receives some
information at the Alpha Delta Pi and Sigma Alpha Epsi-
lon table. The International Fair was held in the One
O'clock lounge. Photo by Daniel Gibson
Alpha Delta Pi
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