Lindsay Famula

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Lindsay Famula
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Name Lindsay Famula
Chapter Beta Epsilon
Syracuse University
Date Inducted Spring 2001
Roll Number ΒΕ 383
Alumni Chapter/Assoc NYMAAC
Honorary Member
Major Television, Radio, Film
Birthdate June 30, 1982
Awards Lightsaber Award

Lindsay Famula (born 30 June 1982) is an Alumni Member of Beta Epsilon Chapter at Syracuse University.

Early Fraternity Life and Career

Lindsay attended Syracuse University from 2000-2004, with a degree in Television, Radio, and Film (a degree that has been utterly useless since). She was inducted into the Beta Epsilon chapter in the Spring 2001 as a member of the Pi class.

Collegiate Years at Sample Chapter

As a brother, Lindsay served as Interchapter Relations committee chair in the Fall of 2002 and Initiate Advisor for all of 2003. She was also chair of Beta Epsilon's 10th Founder's Day weekend in 2003, where we were joined by many alumni, several National E-Board members, and our very own founder, Aaron Propes. She was nominated for the Chapter Service Key three times in those years, and received the Lightsaber Award and the Louise Hendrickson Outstanding Brother award her Junior year. Her greatest achievement, however, was introducing the chapter to a damn fine chocolate fondue recipe.

Alumni Years to Present

Since graduation, Lindsay has been an active board member of NYMAAC.

Bigs and Littles

Lindsay's Big Brother is Dan Bennett (Xi Class)

Lindsay's Little Brothers: