Foundation Welcomes New Board Member

The Sigma Alpha Epsilon Foundation is pleased to welcome Daniel Alsaker (Idaho ‘72) to the Board of Trustees.  Dan is a member from the University of Idaho. He follows in the footsteps of former Trustees Gary Garnand (‘70) and David Poe (‘70), also from the University of Idaho. As an undergraduate, Dan served his chapter […]

University of Miami alumnus Howard Schoen still playing ball at 89

University of Miami alumnus Howard Schoen ’54 still has it on the diamond. At 89, Schoen is still playing the game he grew up loving and playing. He plays in his local softball league in the north suburbs of Atlanta, Georgia. “Some people say I had a wonderful long life, and I say, ‘I know […]

Franklin College alum hopes to thrive as Indiana State Women’s Basketball Coach

Subscribe to The Record For More Stories Like This Earlier this spring, a Brother from Franklin College of Indiana was named Indiana State’s ninth head coach for the women’s basketball program. Chad Killinger (’97) has worked his way to the Division 1 level of collegiate head coaching. It was not easy, taking him 25 years […]

Get Involved With March To The Madness

Since its start in 2019, March To The Madness has grown from raising $28,000 toward the Annual Loyalty Fund to $83,000 in 2021. This fundraiser, modeled after the NCAA March Madness Basketball Tournament, is not only becoming popular throughout Sigma Alpha Epsilon but has also sparked interest among other Greek organizations. Why is March to […]

TG Talk: Season 3, Episode 5 – Unapologetic Pride

Across the realm, brothers share their passion for Sigma Alpha Epsilon in many different ways. Some are more prominent than others whether it’s by wearing a hoodie on campus or an alum who has an SAE license plate cover. Others might just carry a True Gentleman card in their wallet. All in all, it shows […]

Three Alums Receive Order of the Lion

The recognition of achievement and dedication to Sigma Alpha Epsilon is important. Members and chapters that have distinguished themselves on various levels of the Fraternity or within their professions bring honor not only to themselves but also to Sigma Alpha Epsilon. The Fraternity realizes the value in acknowledging exceptional service and that the presentation of […]

Remembering Brother Johnny Isakson

We’re saddened by the news of the passing of Brother Johnny Isakson (Georgia ’66). Sigma Alpha Epsilon has a rich history of Brothers who have served the United States in an elected office, but few as many times as Isakson. He holds the distinction of being the only person elected to represent the state of […]