You can check out and order some of our 100th Anniversary Merch here.
Spring Grades are in and Gamma-Rho finished with a 3.18GPA, good enough for 3rd amongst Fraternities. SigEp fi
We are organizing Walk Like MADD this weekend, September 20-21. It is for Mothers Against Drunk Driving, a gre
From Business Insider,
"Fraternity and sorority members are significantly more engaged in their workplace and
This year the University of Arizona will be celebrating Homecoming Weekend on November 8-10th. Gamma-Rho will
Gamma-Rho's Chris Bergen was recently named one of OC's 40 under 40. You can find it on, naturally, page 40.
Congratulations to the Kappa Sigmas who were a part of the group who won Greek Sing! Thanks to KKG and AEPI fo
Join us as Gamma-Rho Chapter is installed and our colonists are initiated into Kappa Sigma.
Friday, March 1
It seems at least one of the new faces of Gamma-Rho has old ties.
Spencer Stathis was enjoying his winter bre
The Gamma Rho colony donated to CODAK, an organization that gets veterans off of the streets and gets them b
Gather 'round Brothers and check out this video from roughly 1989 or so, when we were still pushing for our ne
These are the 2012 Undergraduate Award Winners
Top Active GPA: Nick Maccarone
Don Harris Outstanding Pledge:
After seeing the philanthropic activities that fellow brothers Ward Andrews ‘94, Rusty Carter ’94
Brother Randy Christensen was recently interviewed by Tufts Now magazine, which can be found here for your enj
Linked below is a letter from University of Arizona President Robert Shelton which paints a grim picture of st
It’s that time of year again! Please join on us on Saturday, April 30th, 2011 for Chip In To Fight Cance
(taken from Wildcat Wednesday with Greg Byrne - the UA Athletic Director)
Please click here to view the video from the UA News website.
(from brother Eric Stevenson '82)
I'm delighted to report that I'm part of two major books jus
Brother Chad Kelly '92 was killed in a plane crash near the Redlands Municipal Airport Wednesday, September 16
Where in the world is Tom Keating?
Brothers, I have just returned from 7 weeks in Greece where I participat
Lee A. Matsch '54, lost his battle with pancreatic cancer on July 21, 2009. Lee was born in Chicago on Feb. 21
An article was recently run on azstarnet.com about brother Brack Whitaker '43 and his career building pools. T
It has been three months since Brother Eric Stevenson survived the US Airways Crash into the Hudson. The Sprin
The chapter recently donated various supplies to a student group from the U of A School of Architecture.