I am proud to announce the five 2018 recipients of the Exemplary Service Award, chosen from those who have served SigEp for at least 20 years. These brothers will receive their awards as the culmination of our Carlson Leadership Academies around the country in February and March.
Announcing the 2018 Exemplary Service Award recipients
How a substance-free facility has changed our chapter
Since Nevada Alpha voted as a chapter in May 2017 to make our chapter facility substance-free. We’ve faced adversity in many specific areas, but our chapter has risen to the occasion and we’ve found a new status quo that is better than before.
SigEps all over the country assist after Harvey and Irma
This summer ended with two powerful hurricanes hitting Texas and Florida. Sadly, many people, including SigEp brothers and their families, lost their homes or were without power and water. Despite the devastation in those two states, SigEps near and far rallied together to make a difference and showed support for their communities.
What I told my chapter after Conclave
The Grand Chapter voted to eliminate substances from our chapter facilities. As you go back to your chapter, I bet you’re going to get a lot of questions about what this vote means.
Syracuse’s Chris Licht is the man behind the scenes of ‘The Late Show with Stephen Colbert’
Having hosted such iconic moments as The Beatles’ first American performance, the Ed Sullivan Theater in New York City is one of the world’s most historic television studios. In recent years, the CBS studio was home to “Late Show with David Letterman” before giving way in 2015 to “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert.” Here,…
Guiding the peaceful (and effective) transition of power: Louisiana State’s Brad Golson works to improve post-election transition at the highest levels of government
As senior advisor at the nonpartisan Partnership for Public Service’s Center for Presidential Transition, I have worked to help incoming and outgoing presidential administrations transition more effectively.
Commander Feustel prepares for third mission to space
Andrew “Drew” Feustel, Purdue ’89, is heading back to space. The International Space Station — which orbits 250 miles above Earth at 17,500 miles per hour — will soon be Feustel’s home for six months. In March 2018, he will be making his third trip to space. This time, he will be commander of the…
BMP App: How far we’ve come
Since the 2015 Grand Chapter Conclave, the BMP App has come a long way. See the BMP App from its inception to its future.
The power of Conclave: The heroes around us
Bret Harrell went to the 2009 Conclave in Orlando in need of inspiration. He found it — among a group of SigEp heroes.
Missouri State RLC makes waves on campus, named best student organization
Motivated by Grand President Rick Bennet, Missouri Eta RLC at Missouri State University rises to the top of all student organizations on campus.
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