Yesterday, August 4, at Conclave, undergraduates and volunteers voted to remove alcohol from our chapter homes by 2020. This resolution seeks to strengthen the SigEp experience by making the Balanced Man Program and Residential Learning Community, not drinking and substance abuse, the focus of our chapter homes.
Why substance-free housing is critical for SigEp
Brotherly Love celebrated at Conclave’s Friday luncheon
At the Brotherhood Luncheon at the Grand Chapter Conclave in Orlando, brothers were recognized for their commitment to SigEp’s cardinal principle of brotherly love.
SigEp remembers departed brothers
During the Brotherhood Luncheon on Friday, Conclave attendees took time to remember brothers who have passed away and reflect on what they meant to them.
27 chapters awarded Buc Cups at the Balanced Man Celebration
SigEp’s 55th Grand Chapter Conclave welcomed more than 1,300 brothers and friends to the Balanced Man Celebration Thursday night at the Hard Rock Live at Universal Studios in Orlando, Florida.
From campus to Conclave: Insights on fraternity from academia
Educational programming at the 55th Grand Chapter Conclave opened with four speakers from higher education discussing the current state of Greek organizations, the opportunities for chapters to strengthen university partnerships, and the real meaning of fraternal brotherhood.
Grand Presidents Cup raises more than $5,000
More than 40 SigEp golfers participated and raised over $5,000 for two causes: the Phillip A. Cox Volunteer Institute and Balanced Man Scholarships.
SigEps announce Phillip A. Cox Volunteer Institute
At Conclave this week, SigEp brothers and friends committed to create and fund the Phillip A. Cox Volunteer Institute. The Institute was named after and inspired by outgoing Grand President Phillip A. Cox, Indiana ’84.
Scholar-athlete receives inaugural Frank Rader Memorial Wrestling Award
Named for wrestling legend Frank E. Rader, Davidson ’71, the new scholarship recognizes brothers who engage in competitive wrestling while excelling academically.
Honor of Philias recognizes chapter of Bobby Christman
The brothers of Southeast Missouri State are recognized for their service to the family of chapter brother Bobby Christman, who lost his life this fall.
Two brothers named Fellows for remarkable acts of service
The distinction of “Fellow” is reserved for undergraduates brothers who complete a 500-hour or 60-day service learning project.