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Star Quarterbacks and Student Bonfires Among the Legends of the 1963 Florida-Alabama Matchup

Updates from Lexington

The University of Florida football team pulled off one of the biggest upsets in college football in the fall of 1963. Read about how several Sigma Nus played key roles on the field and the sidelines.

Life of Love

Updates from Lexington

Southeast Missouri State Alumnus shares his story of how the love his brothers showed catapulted him into a world of higher education and made fraternity and sorority life a passion.

Alumnus Jay Love (Butler) Serves in the Light of Truth with a Heart for Non-Profit Leadership

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Read how Butler Alumnus serves his community and family well and the business endeavors he has poured his heart into over the years. 

Michael Wiggins Tells the Tales of Arkansas in Novel Written with His Son

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Read how the University of Central Arkansas alumn has balanced life as a doctor and professor with his lifelong live of writing.

Dr. Timothy Huerta Tackles COVID and Chaos

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Read how Cal State LA Alumnus Timothy Huerta filled a new career role during the onset of COVID-19.

Leadership Consultant Program Provides Dedicated Chapter Support and Guidance

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Read about how the national fraternity rests on the resiliency within its local chapters - and the chapter leaders who help create it. 

The Impact of Perseverance with Bill Courtney (Mississippi)

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Adam Girtz, the host of the Gavel Podcast, sat down to interview alumnus Bill Courtney, read his story on how perseverance impacts him daily.

Developing Leaders through College of Chapters

Updates from Lexington

Read about how a program that has been around since the 1950s, continues to serve as a leadership school and brotherhood convention.

From Backyards to Boardrooms: Greg Geiser Sits Atop a Real Estate Empire

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Read about how Oklahoma State Alumnus built his career by walking through open doors of opportunity.

How to be a Good Mentor and Get the Most from Your Team Members

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Jamie Turner discusses his research on how mentors should act around their employees and the huge impact that can be made.

Eta Mu Chapter Rises from the Ashes of 100-Year-Old Chapter House

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Under strong leadership and perseverance from all brothers, the Eta Mu Chapter house rose above after a tragic situation.

There is a Boy Crisis in America

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Alumnus Tom Greene (Georgia) shares his thoughts on the crisis of mental health among men in America and the work that can be done to make an impact.

What Science Teaches Us About Being A Good Leader

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Jamie Turner breaks down how to be a good leader by using science as his example.

Sigma Nu Alum Explores the Journey of Adoption in Debut Novel

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Read how Jeff Hoffmann's new novel about adoption has a personal meaning to it.

Killing The Sacred Cows

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When it comes to hazing, it is hard to find the right words to say, alumnus Justin Jacobs shares his thoughts on the hard conversations to be had.

A Call To Action

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Alumnus Drew Logsdon discusses the historical evidence that supports the negative effects of hazing.

3 Strategies for Improving Your Recruitment Performance

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Read about the ways you can take your chapter's recruitment to the next level this fall.

A Mentor Is Waiting For You... So Are The Benefits

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Learn about the advantages and opportunities that can come from a solid mentorship.

Past Regent David Nyman Enters Chapter Eternal

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Read about the legacy that Past Regent David Nyman (Southern Utah) has left on Sigma Nu Fraternity.

5 Takeaways from Innovation Expert Blade Kotelly (Tufts)

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Discussion with Tufts Alum Blade Kotelly about all things innovation.

Alumni Chapters Overcome Pandemic, Reentry Fear

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It has been a difficult 18 months for so many, but see how chapters have risen against all odds.

Am, Not Was

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How the value of membership can be different for each brother and the qualities that are important to the brotherhood.

The Beginning After the End

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Don't miss out on the great opportunities to stay connected with brothers, even when your college days have come and gone.

Once a Sigma Nu, Always a Sigma Nu - Investing in Tomorrow, Today

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How the investment you make in the Fraternity, can give strong benefits for your future.

The Importance of Connection

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Connection is a central component to brotherhood and friendship, read about the value of connecting with your fraternity brothers.

Learning to Lead 

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Read about how being a member of the Foundation board gave an alumnus the opportunity to support his long-term Sigma Nu goals.

My Last Year, Your Next Year

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Alumnus Henry Ellison (Washington University in Saint Louis) shared his experience as a collegiate leader and the impact it has made in his life.

Pandemic Perseverance Stories

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These stories represent what is possible when men are given the opportunity to excel as ethical leaders.

Friendship as the Key to Fraternity Life

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Father John Sawicki (Dusquesne) shares how he believes good fraternity life flourishes on friendships.

An Abuse of Power

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Brother Michael Barry (Georgia) shows how the success or failure of a chapter starts from the top.

Oil Field Trash

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Brother Jerry Fields (Texas State) shares his personal story on how anti-hazing impacted his fraternity experience.

Making Tough Conversations Easier

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Acknowledging how difficult it can be to recognize emotions another may be feeling.

Kid Stuff

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Brother Jeremy Edwards (Tulsa) talks about the importance of living out Love, Honor, and Truth during your years of education and the value of anti-hazing sometimes can go against the status quo.

The Spears Family Epsilon Epsilon Center for Excellence to Advance the Mission of Sigma Nu

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The multi-faceted building is set to open in early 2023 at the Fraternity Headquarters in Lexington.

Sigma Nu Recognized with 2022 NIC Awards of Distinction

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Our Fraternity’s Vision of Excelling with Honor was on display with the recent announcement of the North American Interfraternity Conference’s selections for their annual Awards of Distinction.

The Relevance of Sigma Nu, Seeking Truth is a Lifelong Endeavor

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Read how love, honor, and truth is a lifelong commitment brothers make and the ways those values can be lived out daily.

The Relevance of Sigma Nu, Bound by Honor

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Read about how honor was the core value for Founders Quarles, Hopkins, and Riley, and how the Fraternity continues to uphold those values today.

Stefan Gleason (Florida) Sits Atop the 21st Century Gold Rush

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Read about how Florida Alumnus spends his days educating investors and the impact he makes on their economic journey.

The Relevance of Sigma Nu, Anchored in Brotherhood

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Read about how the importance of brotherhood can make a large impact on many facets of life.

Past Regent Randy Capps Enters Chapter Eternal

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Read about the legacy that Past Regent Randy Capps (Kentucky Wesleyan) has left on Sigma Nu.

Eddy Perez is Empowering People - One Mortgage at a Time

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Read how Georgia State Alumnus uses his career in the mortgage industry to make lasting impacts on those around him. 

Sigma Nu Institutes Sets the Bar for Leadership Training Across All Chapters

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Read how Sigma Nu Institute takes leadership training to the next level by focusing on vital components of all chapters.

John Steiding Owes Everything to the Bond of Brotherhood

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Read how the bond of brotherhood has benefited Brother Steiding in positive ways throughout his life.

To Eta Rho Alumni, Fraternity Means Family

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Read how Western Kentucky Alumni's initiation into Sigma Nu Fraternity meant more than the connections he would build during his years in college.

Alumnus Ian Prescott Shares His Story of Service, Honor, and Sacrifice

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Read Oklahoma State Veterans' story of an injury that allowed him to come back stronger with an even bigger impact.

Living Life on the Greens

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Alumnus Chris Haack (West Georgia) has a job most would envy, read how his career led him to play on some of America's premier golf courses.

Values-Based Recruitment as a Anti Hazing Strategy

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Alumnus Ryan Peery shares his thoughts on how the Fraternity's core values and lessons can stand up against hazing.

Men of Character

Updates from Lexington

Our Founders' character is what drives the Fraternity's values daily, hear from alumnus Tom Greene on how he reflects on their lives.

2021 NHPW Message from the Regent

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A Special Message from Regent Timothy C. Huffmeyer (Michigan State) to kick-off National Hazing Prevention Week.

Michigan Alum Finds Secret to Optimal Life Through “Vitality”

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Dr. Allan Mishra focuses on four pillars to find life balance.

Staying Engaged is a Key to Quality Friendships

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The importance of engagement to benefit ourselves, our brothers, and our Fraternity.

Once a Sigma Nu, Always a Sigma Nu

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The importance of belonging to something bigger than yourself through all walks of life.

Becoming A Collegiate Grand Councilman

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Alumnus Joey Thomas (Butler) reveals the lifelong benefits of serving as a Collegiate Grand Councilman, and how the experience has impacted his life.

Being a Social Gentleman When It's Okay to Be Social Again

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Alumnus Ben Nye (Arkansas) shares how he believes this time is changing the way people will act in the future.

How Can Fraternities Build a Healthier World

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College Chefs share how a healthier world starts with YOU.

5 Karate Kid Quotes for Today's Sigma Nu

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Some amazing one-liners and pieces of wisdom from a famous 1980's film.

Scholars Announcement

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Sigma Nu Fraternity is pleased to announce a new partnership with Scholars.

Dos and Don'ts of Sigma Nu Merchandise

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A quick overview of how to access licensed Sigma Nu vendors for all of your merchandise needs.

Honoring The Great War

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Dale Archer (Central Oklahoma) and the World War One Centennial Commission are working to ensure we never forget the sacrifices made 100 years ago.

Honoring Our Past, Investing in Our Future

Updates from Lexington

Find out how you can help ensure another 150 years for the Legion of Honor.

 

A Tale of Two Chapters

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Which story will your chapter tell?

7 Common Budgeting Mistakes Chapters Make

Updates from Lexington

Establishing your chapter's budget can be incredibly important for success, here's how your chapter can avoid common mistakes.

Forgiveness and Expectation

Updates from Lexington

We have an obligation to Love, Honor, and Truth. Nothing Less. 

 

Perspectives on our Past - The Return to Lexington

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Bringing Brother Fletchers vision to reality.

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