Hazing Prevention Poster Contest

If you aren’t already aware, Chi Phi is participating in the annual Hazing Prevention poster contest, which is hosted by HazingPrevention.org, a national organization dedicated to empowering people to prevent hazing by providing education and resources, and building partnerships with others.


Each year, the organization hosts a competition, opened to all college and university undergraduates and groups/clubs, wherein individuals and/or groups have the opportunity to create a poster within the organization’s guidelines to help promote the prevention of hazing. Posters can be submitted at any time between October 1st and April 30th (so the deadline for the 2015 contest is fast approaching!).

The top poster is then made available for downloading for the 2015 National Hazing Prevention Week (NHPW), and the poster selected as the best will be designated as the official NHPW poster! But that’s not all! The first prize winner also receives a $500 cash award, and the two runners up will receive $100 each.

The 2015 theme for the NHPW poster is “These Hands Don’t Haze”

For more information about the contest, the posters, and hazing prevention, check out their website at http://hazingprevention.org/home/awardsandgrants/national-hazing-prevention-week-poster-contest/?utm_content=buffer67c0a&utm_medium=social&utm_source=facebook.com&utm_campaign=buffer

Happy Martin Luther King, Jr. Day


The DZAA would like to wish all of our Alumni and their families a very happy Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. First observed in 1986 (although it didn’t hit full national observance in all 50 states until the year 2000), this national holiday honors the man who rallied the nation for non-violent activism in the civil rights movement.  As we celebrate this holiday, let’s remember the man for whom the holiday is named and the rights and equality of which he dreamed.