When brothers at Tennessee think back to influential alumni from their college years, more than six decades of balanced men think Jim Daniel ’55. He was the alumnus who bought them dinner, asked them about their classes and helped find their parents an extra pair of tickets when they came to visit for a home…
Devoted alumnus shares passion across six decades
CEO of the 50th Super Bowl prepares for the game … and a million fans
Football coaches and players frequently claim that they have to focus on one game at a time throughout the season. But it’s much more fun to skip ahead and think about the Super Bowl. Keith Bruce, Illinois ’87, gets to do just that, since he already knows he’ll be at the big game – he’s…
A comic’s journey
It was 1998. Matthew Matlack, Columbia ’00, and I turned off 113th Street and headed north up Amsterdam. The streetlights buzzed as we walked through the autumn air in the greatest city on earth, New York. We needed to find a guy named Steve Hofstetter, ’02.
From Olympian to executive: a brother’s winning formula for life
Many SigEp brothers come from humble beginnings and propel themselves to great prominence. Few have done it quite as dramatically as Bill Schmidt, North Texas ’70.
Brother fights childhood obesity with innovative app
” was the fat kid”, said Dennis Ai, Northwestern ’13. “The first time I mustered up the courage to tell a girl I liked her, she responded by saying, ‘But then my boyfriend would be fat.'” Through hard work, healthy lifestyle and perseverance, Ai lost weight and took control of his health. He made a…
Endowment honors lifelong service of John Hartman
Since the days of Uncle Billy, few men have had such a far-reaching impact onSigEp. One of those men is John Hartman,Missouri ’61. A Past Grand President and Order of the Golden Heart recipient,Hartman is perhaps best known for his role as co-founder of the Ruck LeadershipInstitute, a program he launched in 1998 alongside Jay…
Recruiting Steve Hofstetter
The sun set earlier than I expected. We turned off 113th Street and headed north up Amsterdam. We could hear the buzz of the streetlights as we walked through the autumn air in the greatest city on earth. It was pre-Google and nearly pre-email and we had to find our way to a new place—physically…
Alumnus John Hartman honored with $500,000 endowment
Since the days of Uncle Billy, few men have had such a far-reaching impact on SigEp. One of those men is John Hartman, Missouri ’61.
Two SigEps honored as distinguished alumni at Westminster
During Westminster College’s annual homecoming event this month, two SigEp alumni were honored with distinguished alumni awards.
In the News: SigEp math teacher breaks world pull-up record for charity
After losing a student to cancer, SigEp alumnus and middle school math teacher Kyle Gurkovich, Delaware ’08, decided to make a difference.