The chapter, now the largest on campus, is challenging campus norms as brothers move into their new substance-free home.
Alabama SigEps can’t be ignored
Florida Alpha’s new house gives brothers room to grow
A $4.5 million renovation is helping SigEp’s University of Florida Chapter become a nationally recognized leader in the Greek world. The new home was designed to support every aspect of a student’s development, and alumni are already seeing the investment pay off.
Fraternity in the news
From Beta and DU moving to substance-free to the University of Florida President calling for a ‘new normal’, here are some moments that fraternities had in the news.
Brothers weigh in on rush
On Nov. 13, 2017, SigEp CEO Brian Warren spoke on HLN about the problems associated with rush. “One of the things we’ve been vocal about is the need to abolish this system of rush,” Warren told reporter Carol Costello. Warren shared that rush has, in many cases, “become a funnel for high-risk individuals seeking the…
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.
Brother killed in line of duty
Ken Copeland, Sam Houston State Renaissance, was a 19-year veteran of the San Marcos, Texas, Police Department. Copeland, who was the first officer killed in the line of duty in the history of the department, was also an active-duty member of the U.S. Coast Guard Reserve at the time of his passing and had previously…
Distinguished Alumnus leaves legacy with chapter
R. Sterling Hennis Jr., North Carolina ’52, earned his undergraduate, master’s and doctorate degrees at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill. He served briefly in the Army’s military police corps and guarded the atomic bomb at the Sandia Base in New Mexico. His teaching career began in Winston-Salem, but he quickly returned to his alma…
SigEp loses Citation recipient
SigEp Citation recipient Barney Ebsworth, Washington-St. Louis ’57, was a highly successful entrepreneur and world-renowned art collector. He began college at the University of Missouri on an athletic scholarship. After two years as a sprinter on the school’s track team, he earned an academic scholarship to attend Washington University in St. Louis and transferred to…
Actor rides wave of fame to Antarctica
David Harbour, Dartmouth ’97, won a 2018 Critics Choice Award for his role as Chief Hopper in the Netflix series “Stranger Things.” In 2019, he’ll star in the superhero movie “Hellboy.” Harbour has had numerous roles on well-known series like “Law & Order” and HBO’s “The Newsroom,” as well as in films like “Quantum of…