After being granted one wish from the Dream on 3 organization, undergraduate Jack Bretz, North Carolina-Charlotte ’16, opted to “meet Chuck Norris, take a selfie, and put it on a tee shirt.”
Our Very Own Balanced Men
In the News: Marquette senior starts his year by making a difference
Kyle Whelton, ‘15, was interviewed by Milwaukee Public Radio for leading two initiatives to help reduce waste on campus. The student government president has brought a reusable plastic carryout container system to campus along with digital water dispenser units. Listen to or read the broadcast here. Whelton is a 2014 Tragos Quest to Greece Scholar.
In the News: Undergraduate wins national neuroscience grant
Biagio Niro, Baldwin Wallace ‘16, serves as an example of a sound mind this summer. The national neuroscience honor society, Nu Rho Psi, awarded Niro with its Summer Research Grant. The neuroscience-biology major received recognition for his research on the PAD enzymes. See the full story here.
BMP helps brother overcome Crohn’s Disease and serve internationally
Brandon Stewart, Toledo ‘15, never thought he would travel internationally. He has Crohn’s Disease, and was told that he would never reach remission or be able to travel extensively. Then, he joined SigEp. “After I joined SigEp, I engulfed myself in the Balanced Man Program,” says Stewart. “And before I knew it, I started to…
Time for excellence: Sophomore schedules scholarship, soccer and SigEp
Shane Lay, California-Santa Barbara ’12, first met varsity soccer captain Danilo Radjen, Cleveland State ’16, in his Balanced Man Scholarship interview. “Right away, I knew we had a scholarship contender,” Lay said. “It was clear that he was committed to excellence on and off the field and was passionate about what he did.” Lay knew…
Rhodes and Marshall Scholars carry our values abroad: Chapter experience contributes to top academic achievement
Each year, fewer than 72 college students join the prestigious lineage of Rhodes and Marshall Scholars. In the past year, three were SigEps. Nicholas Picon, Georgia Tech ’14, was selected as a Marshall Scholar, while brothers Joseph Singh, Dartmouth ’14, and Vinay Nayak, Yale ’14, were selected as Rhodes Scholars. Thirty-two Rhodes Scholars are chosen…
South Carolina brother selected among 32,000 for exceptional leadership
“If your actions inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more and become more, you are a leader.” – John Quincy Adams Brother Adam Mayer, South Carolina ‘15, lives by these words. He constantly pushes himself to do bigger and better things, striving to lead others along the way. Recently, he was recognized for…
Two SigEps inducted into LSU’s Tiger Twelve Class of 2014
Diligent to the end, two members of the Louisiana Beta Chapter at Louisiana State University were inducted into LSU’s Tiger Twelve Class of 2014, a selection of students who are judged to best exemplify the university’s Commitment to Community, a statement of LSU’s principles as an academic community. Brothers Alex Cagnola and Nathan Irby were…
New Hampshire brother breaks six state powerlifting records
Coming to college, everyone told him he wouldn’t maintain his workout regimen. Hunter, however, was set on proving them wrong.
Fellow winner honored by university
SigEp Fellow recipient Drew O’Donnel, Toledo ’14, is given a presitigious university recognition for his service to his community.
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