Kentucky chapters work to help tornado victims

With the sad and unfortunate news of the tornados in Western Kentucky this past weekend, the chapters at the University of Louisville, Western Kentucky, and Centre College are taking action. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Sigma Alpha Epsilon – KYSI (@uoflsae) The Louisville chapter is accepting donations from water, food, and […]

East Tennessee State Chapter makes an impact in their community

The chapter at East Tennessee State has been volunteering with FRIENDS for the better part of the last 15 years, building a reputation as one of the volunteer staples in the community. FRIENDS is a non-profit organization that promotes the quality of life for people with down syndrome by providing group support. They encourage a community understanding […]

Birmingham-Southern College brothers help spark historic season for Panthers

The Division 3 Birmingham-Southern College football program historically hasn’t been something to talk about, but this season, the Panthers broke numerous records en route to their first 10-win season ever. The program once disbanded in 1939, returned in 2007 after a 68-year hiatus. After the 2020 season was canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the […]

West Chester University chapter raises $12,866 for Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia

Recently the chapter at West Chester University raised $12,866 for the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia during their 16th annual Paddy Murphy week-long philanthropy event. This year the chapter’s goal was to raise $10,000. The events included ‘Pie A Greek With Alpha Phi,’ a bake sale with Alpha Sigma Tau, a 50/50 raffle, and ‘Buy A […]

Georgia Tech Alum Honored With 152nd Distinguished Service Award

Recognizing a lifetime of service and loyalty to the Fraternity, the Distinguished Service Award is the highest individual award a member of Sigma Alpha Epsilon may receive. Their actions exhibit their understanding of the Fraternity’s teachings, adherence to Fraternity Laws, attention to promoting its welfare, and exemplary conduct that guards its honor and high standing. […]

Veterans Day 2021

On Veterans Day, Sigma Alpha Epsilon honors all those who have served in our nation’s Armed Forces. We take particular pride in the exemplary service of our fellow Brothers who are military veterans. SAE has a long history of supporting our military, which in fact led to the construction of the Levere Memorial Temple. William […]

Donor Spotlight: Bob Watts (Boston University ‘68)

Sigma Alpha Epsilon depends on your generosity to elevate our members’ experience to the highest levels—learning how to become True Gentlemen and taking that knowledge out into the world. We want to highlight just one of our many donors who support this organization. Bob Watts is a member of the Massachusetts Beta-Upsilon chapter at Boston […]

TG Talk: Season 3, Episode 4 – Values-Based Leadership

The fourth episode of season 3 features SAE alumnus and the 33rd Governor of North Dakota, Doug Burgum. Foundation CEO Steve Mitchell interviewed Governor Burgum over Zoom earlier this year. Governor Burgum grew up in a small town of just 400 people in North Dakota. He attended North Dakota State University, where he became a […]

Describing What We Can’t Put Into Words

University of Nebraska’s class of 1980 reunites forlaughs and for life Written by Bill Barna (Nebraska ’84) Bettering ourselves wasn’t our first thought when we began planning our 40th (plus one) class reunion. Truth be told, it wasn’t a thought at all. Not that we’re against self-improvement, mind you. After leaving the University of Nebraska, our […]