When students want to start a new lambda chapter, they learn the rules from a nearby campus.
The first lambda chapter was created at UCLA in 1981 and today there are at least 48 active chapters.
Bryan, a lambda from Rutgers University, said he believes he benefited from the pledge process.
Kenny Luong died trying to start a lambda Phi Epsilon chapter at California State Polytechnical University in Pomona, Calif.
It was also smart politics, said another former leader of lambda, Adam R. Sorkin, now an attorney in Chicago.
Pions and muons, plus and minus; the lambda and the antilambda.
The second lambda is inserted in order to avoid the ill-omened sound of destruction.
Thus a lame girl was called lambda, on account of the resemblance which her lameness made her bear to the letter λ, or lambda!
They lambda Chied us till they became sick of it, and all our attempts to get even proved failures.
Originally the suture must have terminated on the posterior border of the parietal bone, not far from the lambda.
Greek letter name, from a Semitic source akin to Hebrew lamedh.
lambda lamb·da (lām'də)
Symbol λ The 11th letter of the Greek alphabet.
The craniometric point at the junction of the sagittal and lambdoid sutures.