CHAPEL HILL, NC – In keeping with its open, progressive values, UNC-CH’s chapter of the Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity extended membership bids to both young white men and a young black man late yesterday evening.
“We are a fraternity that’s open to all kinds of people,” said Lambda Chi rush chairman Johnson Mathers, who, this time, was open to nine white guys and one black guy.
The black guy, sophomore business major Clay Bradley, reportedly went to Myers Park High School and plays intramural soccer.
Sources report that, in bid discussions earlier yesterday, the brothers of Lambda Chi engaged in the fair, enlightened deliberation they so often exercise when selecting the countless white guys and single black guy they want to call their brothers.
Amid the sea of white Lambda Chi brothers present for the discussions was black guy Corey Timbor, who is expected to graduate this May.
Sources added that, come to think of it, Lambda Chi has a couple of Asian guys, too.
Around campus, many lauded the fraternity’s open-mindedness.
“It’s good to see that, like UNC, the brothers of Lambda Chi are committed to diversity,” said Stephen M. Farmer, Vice Provost for Enrollment and Undergraduate Admissions, who, last year, welcomed 1,054 white guys and 98 black guys to UNC’s 2017 class.