The Alpha Epsilon Chapter of Sigma Chi has, since its founding in 1883, sent over 2000 graduates out into the world. We have produced demonstrably good results in preparing young men for responsible, productive and, in many notable cases, strong leadership positions after college.
Our mission is to develop values-based leaders committed to the betterment of character, campus and communities.
It is with great sadness that we report the death of Dr. Mick Dragoo ’64. Mick died on March 17, 2015, at his residence in Escondido, California, of an apparent heart attack. He is survived by his dear wife of 46 years, Mary, two sons, Jason and Justin, and several grandchildren. Celebration of life ceremonies were held in Rancho Santa Fe on March 27.
Mick was the lead donor in the most recent Alpha Epsilon capital campaign in which he generously gave $250,000, which was instrumental in sparking completion of our $2.6 million target. Undergraduate officersheld a private candlelit White Rose Ceremony at 1510 Vine on M... more
Alumni Activity Coordinator
Why You Should Get Involved
As I took the time to look back and see what the Alumni Chapter did over the past 12 months, I can say without hesitation that we had a meaningful year. Our first event in 2014 was the Alumni Chapter officer’s annual planning meeting in February. Further highlighting our year:
A record 39 brothers attended our April spring luncheon at Rodizzo’s in the Haymarket. New officers were elected at the meeting. Lincoln Country Club was the annual site for the summer recruitment event organized by Trey Pittenger ’01 on June 28th.
2014 Homecoming weekend featured two alumni reunion events and a Big 10 evening football contest between Nebraska and Illinois. Over 40 Sigs of the Sixties and spouses gathered at JTK for a pre-Homecoming dinner. Another reunion organized by Dr. Michael Kroeger ’72 met at Laz... more
Last week, on Wednesday March 11th, Alpha Epsilon member Thien Chau ('16) was elected by his peers as the Association of Students of the University of Nebraska (ASUN) President for the 2015-16 school year.
The Daily Nebraskan article announcing Chau's victory can be found here.
This is a massive accomplishment both for Thien personally, and ... more