Lane Luckie is an example of someone who has had both an outstanding career and a track record of dedication and impact as an alumnus at an early age. As an undergraduate, Lane served his chapter as Chaplain and was a member of student government and homecoming court. By age 24, Lane had become the lead anchor for the primetime news at the highest-rated TV station in southeast Texas. He has since moved on to anchor the largest morning show in east Texas. His diversity as an anchor, reporter and producer has led to notoriety in his field. In 2005 and 2006, while in college at Northwestern State, he was voted "Best TV Journalist in the South" by the Southeast Journalism Conference. Lane served as the founding chapter advisor for Iota Zeta (Stephen F. Austin) and currently serves as chapter advisor to Theta Pi (Texas-Tyler), chairman of Beta Omicron Alumni & Housing Board, and as a facilitator for Mid Year Leadership Conference, Ladder if Risk and ASTP. His efforts earned him the fraternity's Facilitator of the Year award and resulted in Beta Omicron earning the Alumni Chapter of the Year award in 2013.