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The 1970s were a tumultuous time for the American college fraternity. With membership waning and many questioning the long-term benefit of fraternal organizations,...

In Profile: Dakota Weinman

Dakota Weinman, a member of Sigma Alpha Epsilon, is a second-year student and swimmer on the Case Western Reserve University men’s swimming and diving team. He found...

UNM, NMSU face off in food drive competition

“The Battle of I-25” or “Rio Grande Rivalry” is the famous name behind the football game between New Mexico State University and University of New Mexico, however this year it will...

Cancer survivor finally part of Penn State family

Some of Tucker Haas’s earliest memories are of the hospital, where he was receiving treatment for a rare form of cancer. At 2 years old, the now 19-year-old...

Partnering with Children’s Miracle Network

As partners with Children's Miracle Network Hospitals since 2001, Sigma Alpha Epsilon members have been making impact on their local children's hopsitals through fundraising campaigns and service...

Fraternity creates a bond that goes beyond college graduations. It’s a powerful,
powerful thing."

Emanuel Cleaver II

Congressman, D-Mo.

Via Roll Call

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