One key factor in the chapter’s recent success is SigEp’s Carlson Leadership Academy. Alumni have found Carlson to be so important to their chapter’s performance that they are raising thousands of dollars each year to send as many brothers to the annual program as possible. Typically, only current and rising leaders attend Carlson, but thanks…
Carlson helps pave the way for Indiana State’s newfound success
Fraternity Report: Spring 2018
How SigEp can meet the demand for a better fraternity experience Dear Brothers and Friends, We should be proud of our undergraduate brothers. In the past two years they’ve made bold decisions. They shunned pledging and hazing by embracing the Balanced Man Program and took it a step further by resolving to make all of…
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.
2018 Exemplary Service Award
The Exemplary Service Award recognizes SigEp volunteers who have tirelessly served the Fraternity and modeled the way for others for more than 20 years. The following alumni received their awards at the culmination of the 2018 Carlson Leadership Academies.
University Partners of the Year 2018
The University Partner of the Year Award recognizes faculty and staff who have gone above and beyond to create a meaningful partnership with SigEp on their campus.
Stanford Chapter has Rhodes and Schwarzman Scholars
Two brothers from SigEp’s Stanford Chapter were selected for prestigious international fellowships this year. In fall 2018, Jelani Munroe, ’16, and Daniel Kilimnik, ’16, will begin their stints as Rhodes and Schwarzman Scholars, respectively. Munroe, originally from Jamaica, studied economics and public policy at Stanford. He is currently working as the financial manager of the…
Iowa brothers mark 100 years
After overcoming a recent period of cultural challenges, the former Buchanan Cup-winning chapter once again has a future that looks bright. In the last year, the chapter has grown from three to 34 undergraduate brothers. The group is focused on recruiting the best undergraduate men and defying Greek stereotypes, despite a challenging campus environment.
Toledo SigEps bring home conference championship
Two brothers from SigEp’s Gold Buchanan Cup-winning Toledo Chapter helped the school’s football team secure a 2017 Mid-American Conference Championship. Running back Brad Smith, ’18, was also named to the all-conference academic team and served as vice president of finance for his chapter during the championship season. After graduation, he plans to run his roofing…