58th National Convention
Buffalo, New York
March 17-20, 2005
Files are in PDF format.
Reports of Officers and Committees
- Grand Council Report
- Audit Committee Report
- Nominations Committee Report
- Report of Alpha Rho Chi Foundation
Reports of Chapters and Alumni Associations
From available reports
- Anthemios Chapter
- Andronicus Chapter and Alumni Association
- Apollodorus Chapter
- Cleisthenes Chapter
- Daedalus Alumni Association
- Demetrios Alumni Association
- Domitian Chapter
- Hadrian Colony
- Iktinos Alumni Association
- Imhotep Chapter
- Metagenes Alumni Association
- Pytheos Chapter and Alumni Association
- Senenmut Chapter
- Vitruvius Chapter
- Xenocles Alumni Association
Congratulations to logo competition winner Ryan Rosen, Daedalus.
Buffalo’s Architectural Riches
The New York Times states—
“Buffalo has an even longer history of architectural distinction than Chicago; you could do worse than to take it as a textbook for a course in modern American buildings.”
Considered one of the most prosperous cities of the gilded age, this prosperity is still reflected in the number of mansions that dominate the city. In addition, Buffalo boasts 5 homes by Frank Lloyd Wright, 2 homes by H. H. Richardson, and one of the finest examples of sky scraper design; the Guaranty Building by Louis Sullivan. Before the conception of Central Park in New York City, Frederick Law Olmstead designed Buffalo’s Public Park System; the first of its kind in the United States.
Over 200 miles of fresh water borders the area, and the city of Buffalo is currently investing over 100 million dollars in waterfront improvements.
Buffalo is only a 20-minute drive to Niagara Falls, and consequently, the Canadian Border. It is also the home of University at Buffalo, the largest public university in New York State, home of Senenmut Chapter.
Important Buffalo Links
- Buffalo Niagara Convention and Visitor Bureau
- University at Buffalo School of Architecture and Planning