Sigma Chi is unique among Greek organizations. Not only have we grown for over 150 years through wars, depressions, and dramatic changes in the college scene, but we have also remained true to the Seven Ideals given to us by our founders, and the Three Great Aims of our fraternity - friendship, justice, and learning. They are the glue that binds us together and the rallying cry that pushes us to personally ascend to greater heights.
The men of Alpha Epsilon gathered Tuesday to celebrate and send off live-in Grad Assistant, Jack Ehrke. Jack has been pivotal in the success of recent years and we wish him the best as he graduates, gets married, and gets a 'real' job.
We Sigs are proud to announce a unique fundraising campaign. On Friday, April 25th we will be SHAVING OUR HEADS for the Huntsman Cancer Foundation! We have set the goal of raising $5000 for the cause. The link below will take you to our online fundraising page where you can help us reach our goal! If you can spare a few dollars that's fantastic! If not, please share our link with your family and friends, and help us spread the word about our cause. Our Spring Formal will be the next day, and our worthy Chapter Editor Jimmy Millar has promised to post pictures!
The Sigs would like to formally introduce Isaac Moore, who will replace Jack Ehrke as our live-in Graduate Assistant this coming school year. Isaac is a recent graduate from UNL where he was in Farmhouse Fraternity, and works for Navigators here on campus. We are excited to welcome Isaac into the fold and wish him well this coming school year!
Last night the Sigs toured Lincoln Industries, the country's largest privately held metal finishing operation, and had the opportunity to discuss professional networking with Director of Business Development, Mailani Veney! Thanks to Mailani for her presentation, and all of the folks at Lincoln Industries for their hospitality!
The Alpha Epsilon Sigs had a great turnout at Province! Province is a regional leadership conference and workshop held annually for each region of Sigma Chi. This year, the guys traveled to the University of Iowa in Iowa City.