This summer, brothers Bobby Martin, Chris Karmazin, Barret Meeks, Evan Miller, Alex Cathcart, Eli Schmal, and Noah Wilger were able to install a new wood floor in the Curt "Woody" Denker Brotherhood Room, thanks to our alumni. For more photos, visit our photos page here.
At the beginning of May, our brothers took to the lawn to pull weeds, plant flowers and more to spice up the look outside.
One of the things that brings all us brothers together is our common goal of contributing to society to be the leaders of change in the world, and the Alpha Epsilon Chapter has gone above and beyond that ideal. This year, our chapter has set an ambitious goal of raising $20,000 for research, and first semester donations have totaled $17,000.
This school year, we have held three philanthropies: Dunk-A-Sig, Caramel for a Cause, and Christmas with the Sigs. At Dunk a Sig, we got a dunk tank and put it in our front lawn where the Lincoln community could make a donation to the Huntsman Cancer Institute for a few tosses to dunk the sig in the dunk tank. At Caramel for a Cause, we paired up with the Alpha Xi Delta Sorority and had a caramel apple bar with several toppings to choose from. For Christmas with the Sigs, we decorated our house for the holiday season and had cookie decorating, Santa, and Reindeer (dogs with antlers).
A brother of our chapter, Drew Davidson, has family members who have received treatment from the Huntsman Cancer Institute. His family fought the good fight, but his grandma passed away in the Spring 2019 Semester. Our chapter and the Lincoln community has given him strong arms.
For the Fall 2019 Semester, his Grandpa Dale Davidson made the generous donation of matching our funds raised for the Huntsman Cancer Institute. A direct quote from Dale was "Make my pockets hurt", and we accepted this challenge and took it seriously every day.
Although COVID-19 has hindered us from hosting any more in-person philanthropic events, we are always seeking new ways to raise more money for cancer research. If you would like to contribute, email our current philanthropy chair, Patrick Lowery at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Bobby Martin, 2022
The 2019-2020 School Year was an extraordinary one for us at Sigma Chi. Check out some of the highlights below.
This semester, we hosted three philanthropies - Dunk A Sig, Caramel For a Cause, and. Christmas with the Sigs.
This summer, the Alpha Epsilon Chapter had 34 pledges complete the new 4-week pledge process.
This fall, our Intramural Volleyball Team fought hard and won the championship by a sweep!
During this past winter break, brothers took over 150 total hours to put a fresh coat of paint over the dining room, study rooms, and hallways, and this cool mural of our letters!
Have you opened a new location, redesigned your shop, or added a new product or service? Don't keep it to yourself, let folks know.
Our Chapter takes academics very seriously. Through the help of new study programs, an academic mentorship program, and holding each other accountable, we placed in the Top 10 UNL Fraternities for GPA.
Friendship is what brings us all together and is fundamental for our chapter to be as successful as it is.
Doing what is right and just is always the best course of action, so we practice this virtue every day.
Continuous learning is essential for personal and professional growth, and we encourage our brothers to always seek new knowledge through the fraternity.
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