In June 2019, the SigEp chapter at CSU-San Bernardino marked its 25th anniversary with a special celebration in Las Vegas. More than 100 undergrads, alumni, and past and present chapter sweethearts gathered at the MGM Grand Hotel for a relaxing day at the pool, followed by a formal dinner and awards ceremony.
Six chapter founders were among the alumni who attended: Scott Bloom, ’93, Anthony Cimino, ’94, Paul Di Marino, ’95, Marc Luna, ’93, Victor Mercado, ’96, and Doug Mozan, ’94. At the dinner, each received a 25-year pin and then shared some personal insights and chapter history with guests.
Undergrads were recognized for their achievements over the past academic year in relation to the chapter’s four pillars: leader, scholar, athlete and gentleman. The event also gave brothers an opportunity to reflect on noteworthy accomplishments from the year, such as being named campus fraternity of the year, winning the all-IFC sport trophy, earning the top GPA (3.17) among all fraternities on campus and receiving the Talent Power award at SigEp’s Carlson Leadership Academy.
The weekend was truly a special way to celebrate California Upsilon’s first quarter century as brothers look forward to another successful 25 years.