#StandUpToHarvard: Federal Judge Rejects Harvard’s Request for Dismissal

In December 2018, Sigma Alpha Epsilon joined several other interfraternal partners in filing a lawsuit against Harvard University in federal court, challenging their overreaching policy which sanctions individual students for choosing to join unrecognized single-sex organizations. In early 2019, Harvard responded by filing a motion to dismiss the case. Friday evening, we learned that the […]

Former Louisiana State University student convicted in fraternity hazing death

Editors Note: This article was originally written by Emanuella Grinberg and published on CNN.com. To read the article in its original format, visit here. A former Louisiana State University student was found guilty of negligent homicide Wednesday in the fraternity hazing death of 18-year-old pledge Maxwell Gruver, the East Baton Rouge District Attorney’s Office said. Matthew […]

Brother Chris Hallam (Ohio Theta ’10) Enters Chapter Eternal

It is with a heavy heart that the Fraternity Service Center says goodbye to Brother Chris Hallam (Ohio Theta ’10), born March 30th, 1979, as he entered Chapter Eternal on Tuesday, July 16th. He was 40 years old. He was a loving brother and son, passing away after a brave, four-year battle with cancer. Hallam […]

And The 2018-2019 Award Winners Are…

Sigma Alpha Epsilon prides itself on being one of the nation’s oldest and largest fraternities – a distinction that brings with it centuries of dedicated members. Though size and age create a sense stability and experience, they alone do not dictate the quality of an organization, which is why our brotherhood has also continued to […]

A Tribute to Brother Moseley’s Dedication to Leadership Education

In a letter to the attendees of the First SAE Leadership Training Institute in 1935, John O. Moseley wrote: “You men are the pioneers in which I believe is the most progressive step our fraternity has taken in years. Your names will live as the first group to band themselves together in this way for […]

Sigma Alpha Epsilon Reveals New Brand

On March 9, 2019, Sigma Alpha Epsilon unveiled our new, unified brand presence. This effort was in collaboration of the Fraternity, Foundation and SAE Financial and Housing Corp. As men of SAE, we strive for the highest standards of friendship, scholarship, leadership, and service throughout life.  The values put forth by our Founding Fathers are as […]

Are you ready to go BEYOND THE ORDINARY?

Beyond Adventures is offering Sigma Alpha Epsilon’s undergraduate and alumni members, including family members, an opportunity to climb Mount Kilimanjaro in Summer 2019. Beyond the thrill of climbing the highest peak in Africa, this trek is also an opportunity for participants to CLIMB FOR A CAUSE. Consistent with SAE’s vision of True Gentlemen Making Our […]

Introducing the Inaugural District Academy Programs for Emerging Leaders

The District Academy programs are a new two-day SAE leadership immersion event for emerging leaders, both undergraduate and alumni, who are ready to rise to the next level of their SAE journey. Join us for the event March 29-30, 2019 at the Levere Memorial Temple. Registration is now open! Dates and locations for Fall 2019 and Spring 2020 will be announced […]

There’s Still Time to Make Your End-of-Year Gift!

“I remember it like yesterday – my first day on campus – the excitement of a new adventure, a new chapter in my life. One of the best decisions I made was to join SAE. I didn’t know it at the time, but the SAE values I was learning and the connections I was making […]

We Must Take a Stand for our Brotherhood

Today on behalf of our members and chapter, Sigma Alpha Epsilon and a group of sororities, fraternities and students filed a pair of lawsuits challenging Harvard’s sanctions policy that punishes students who join off-campus, single-sex social organizations. This is a watershed moment for us all. SAE is committed in the spirit of Phi Alpha to […]