• Gamma Members Meet Vice President

     

     

     

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    2014 Reunions

     

    Nearly 25 alums visited campus on October 3rd and 4th to celebrate the 50th anniversary since their initiation into AKL.  Bruce Ballantyne, '64, lead this event that began with a reception and gourmet dinner at the house, courtesy of Chef Ann.  The group also attended the Saturday Illini football game as well as a post-game BBQ.  We're also thrilled that Dan Maloney, '02, the LAST Chief Illiniwek, presented a progam about his experience as the Chief.  To see some photos from this event, please click here

     

    If you'd like more info on these events, or to celebrate a reunion with YOUR class, please contact Chris Disher, '77, at disherchris@me.com.

     

     

     

     

     


  • Chris Disher Receives National Award

     

    The Gamma Chapter Corporation Board is proud to announce that Chris Disher, '77 has been selected to receive the Alpha Kappa Lambda Alumni Distinguished Service Award at this year’s National Conclave.  This award is the highest honor to an individual member of the fraternity.  The award may be given not only for fraternity service, but also in recognition of extraordinary achievement by a man in his life work, and/or in service to university, country, and humanity.  Very few men have received this award and it is not necessarily presented each Conclave.

     

    Chris was selected to receive this award not only because of his service to Gamma chapter but also for his service to the Illinois Greek Community.  His efforts to establish common practices, address troubling behaviors and challenge norms at one of the oldest and largest Greek systems in the country is no small feat.

     

    Please join us in congratulating Chris on this incredible honor!

     


     

  • The New Gamma Chapter

     

    Alpha Kappa Lambda fraternity at the University of Illinois has a long history of cultivating men of character determined to make a difference in the world.  With more than 1,000 alums, Gamma Chapter is one of the oldest fraternities with a strong alumni support network.

     

    As a result of Alumni generosity and commitment to giving back to AKΛ, our home at the corner of 4th & Daniel Street has been restored with all new living space.  With the reopening in the Fall of 2010, the men enjoy personalized suite living, the Chief Illiniwek Scholarship Room, excellent dining, a 2200 sq ft recreation room, fitness center, full-size basketball court, open terrace and private onsite parking.

     

    To learn more about the renovation project, please click here.

     

     


     

  •   Hall Named a Distinguished Educator

     

    The past year was a great one for AKL Gamma, and several of our alums were recognized for outstanding service in their fields.  Professor Steve Hall, '82, was names the 2015 American Advertising Federation Distinguished Advertising Educator.  This award recognizes the best advertising professors in the country and you can read more about it here.  Congratulations!



     

  • Who Do You Know?

     

    Current Senior Ande Serbe, '13, had an experience of a lifetime this past summer as an intern with the Los Angeles Daily Journal.  If you click here, you can read a great summary of his experiences with a little help from Gerald Salzman, '58.

     


     

  • 2014 - 2015 Actives

     

    Our active members have participated and won several campus philanthropic events this year, including with Thetas, Kappas and DZ's.  Check out photos from these events in the photo albums.  Click here to see more!

     

     

     


     

  • Current Active Creates Social Media platform

     

    Saagar Gupta, '12, is the inventor of Hashtagr, a platform that pulls together social media info from across several sites.  Click here to read more about it!

     

     


     

  •  Philanthropy

     

    Gamma Chapter brothers are active in raising money for charity, especially for The Center for Women in Transition, a local domestic violence awareness organization.  Fundraising is part of our national initiative, "These Hands Don't Hurt".

      


     

  • Photo Albums