The Lambda Chapter of Sigma Nu Fraternity was named Washington and Lee University’s Greek Chapter of the Year at the university’s
2014 LEAD awards banquet. The administration cited the chapter’s focus on community service and its partnership with organizations like Relay for Life and Rockbridge Area Habitat for Humanity, with which new members built a home earlier this winter. Brothers of the chapter were praised for their leadership roles in many campus organizations, including the Student Association for International Learning and the Student Judicial Council. Lambda Chapter was also recognized this year for its academic accomplishments, as the chapter once again achieved the highest GPA of any Greek organization at Washington and Lee.
When asked about his thoughts regarding the award, Commander Alex Retzloff (above, with LEAD program member) remarked, “I could not be more proud of all of the members of Lambda Chapter. They put in their all and it paid off—the university took notice of their remarkable efforts. However, this award does not mean we can stop what we are doing and rest on our laurels. Now more than ever we must strive to continue to be an exemplary part of the community, both on and off campus.”
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