In an auditorium at the University of Richmond in Virginia, two women sit together on a stage talking. There’s a podium with a microphone, and camera equipment is being set up as people stream in to find a seat. The audience, composed mostly of undergraduate SigEps from chapters across the country, has come to hear…
Greek Tragedies: Mothers united in grief bring anti-hazing message to Ruck
A new normal’ for Greek life
Former political heavyweight John Thrasher isn’t pulling any punches in his fight for fraternity reform
Hollywood, Netflix and emerging markets
Nate Bolotin is at the forefront of a new, global film industry with XYZ Films.
Doing well by doing good
Jake Orville, Massachusetts ’95, is on a mission to solve a health crisis that affects millions of Americans annually. He describes cardiac-related illness as an epidemic and notes that more people in America die from heart disease than from all forms of cancer combined.
Square co-founder Jim McKelvey won’t quit
With a string of successful companies to his name, the insatiably cu-rious entrepreneur continues to seek out new problems to solve.
From the Grand President: SigEp Heroes in action
Who is your hero? Is there someone who comes immediately to mind? When you choose to be a SigEp hero, you can be confident that you will change someone’s life for the better. And for that, I will always be grateful.
SigEp student body presidents lead the way on campus
Each year, we are reminded that SigEp undergraduates are the type of values-based leaders our campuses want and need. That’s why we continue to see brothers elected as student body presidents. University administrators and fellow undergraduates know that SigEp men can make a difference.
AFA Perspectives Magazine interviews SigEp CEO Brian Warren
SigEp CEO Brian Warren discusses the #NewNormal in Association of Fraternity/Sorority Advisors’ Perspectives Magazine.
The Shawn McKenna Presidents Academy makes its mark on Carlson
Named for late National Director and Order of the Golden Heart recipient Shawn McKenna, Maine ’77, this program provides education and support to new chapter presidents. The academy offers a transformational change opportunity at the chapter leadership level.
Senior business executives share lessons in leadership with SigEp undergraduates
During the 2018 Carlson Leadership Academies, executive officers and aspiring leaders had the unique chance to hear from some of America’s brightest leaders. Each of them used stories from their own successful careers to help the young leaders in the room realize the real and full impact that being a leader in SigEp can, and…
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