Sigma Lambda Beta Rho

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Previous/other names: Student Society of the Lady Beaverbrook's Residence

Prominent date(s) of activity: 1932 -

History: The Sigma Lambda Beta Rho was founded in an effort to enhance camaraderie among out-of-town male University students living in the Lady Beaverbrook Residence.

Activities: The society sponsored dances throughout the year. They participated in several in-house and University-wide competitions, including ping-pong, bridge, and swimming. The residence was furnished with a pool, squash court, and ping-pong table.

Source(s):

  • University of New Brunswick Year Book for Nineteen Thirty-Three, 1933, p. 57.
  • Up the Hill, 1938, Organizations.


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