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.
Despite the COVID-19 pandemic and how much int hindered our ability to fundraise during the 2020-2021 school year, we were still able to raise over $15,000 for the Huntsman Cancer Institute.
Last school year, we have held two philanthropies: Sigma Chi Cinema and Chi Hop. At Sigma Chi Cinema, we hosted the first in-person philanthropic event on the UNL campus since the beginning COVID-19 pandemic. We gathered outdoors to watch two movies, Grease, and Spiderman. At Chi Hop, we partnered with our friends at Alpha Chi Omega and hosted the Pancake Man on our front yard.
For the current 2021-2022 school year, we have set a lofty goal of raising $20,000 yet again. So far this year, we have had a philanthropy night at Chipotle, where a percentage of proceeds are donated to HCI, and have a few philanthropies in the works, including Derby Days, Dunk-A-Sig, and
Even with COVID restrictions changing frequently, that has not lessened our responsibilities as Sigma Chi's to be a part of the generation to End Cancer. If you are interested in contributing to the HCI or have ideas for ways that we could raise more money, please contact our Philanthropy Chair, Chase Allen at
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, Chase Allen at email@example.com.
- Bobby Martin, 2022
The 2020-2021 School Year was an extraordinary one for us at Sigma Chi. Check out some of the highlights below.
One philanthropy we hosted this past school year was Chi Hop. We partnered up with the Alpha Chi Omega sorority and the Pancake Man to serve breakfast on our yard.
This past school year, we had 32 members initiate into our brotherhood.
Every year, we elect a Sweetheart of Sigma Chi. She is someone who is involved on campus, and a representation of our values. Congrats to 2020-2021 sweetheart, Abby Stevens, a member of Alpha Xi Delta!
During the COVID-19 pandemic, we had to find unique ways to fulfill our civic duties. Our chapter held a canned food drive where teams of brothers competed against each other. We donated over 1,500 lbs of food!
We take pride in having the brightest, most involved members on campus. We have brothers who work for the Chancellors Office, involved in Order of Omega, International Business Club, and more. Pictured above are three brothers who served as New Student Enrollment Orientation Leaders!
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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