7 Ways to Keep the Rust Away

When it comes to winter, we tend to obsess about snow, ice and cold. But what about all the salt and sand that come with these often nasty elements? Yes, we appreciate that they serve in the interest of public safety — the salt helps melt ice even if it’s freezing, and the sand keeps […]

Cornerstone Award: Sam Hoff

List your career highlights For my work with Patti Engineering, I was named “Control Systems Integrator of the Year” by Control Engineering Magazinein 2013. What is your fondest memory of Sigma Alpha Epsilon? Our chapter hosts an annual “Beer Gardens” social event. It was at that party in 1989 that I convinced my wife, Patti, […]

My, Aren’t you Sterling?

Moving can be a challenging process. And deciding what to pack and move to a new home can be stressful for anyone, particularly when space is an issue. Most of us have at least a handful of possessions, like this silver plate, which carry such deep personal meaning that we keep them through any number […]

Honoring a Fallen Warrior: Capt. Nate Tingle

Walking along U.S. Highway 60 as it winds through the Bluegrass State, Capt. Nate Tingle (Morehead State ’97) didn’t expect to earn so much attention from the communities along his route. People drove back and forth on the road looking for him. Others joined him to walk for a mile or two. Veterans came out […]

Sigma Alpha Epsilon Announces New Initiatives

Sigma Alpha Epsilon’s Mission, Creed, and Ritual challenge each of us to strive for the highest standards. In December, with the issuance of the temporary alcohol moratorium, we set course to seek answers facing Sigma Alpha Epsilon and the Greek-letter community. Like many of our partner fraternities, we have spent the last several months asking […]

Indiana State Alum Goes Viral

A video of J.R. Gibbs (Indiana State ’08) has gone viral after he and another Terre Haute police officer, Ryan Plasse, were recorded shooting basketballs with local children. Cayce Cottom, a neighbor, posted the video her Facebook page. She wrote: “I love this. Race doesn’t matter, age doesn’t matter, occupation doesn’t matter. Just boys both big […]

How Can I Warm Thee? The DeVotie Ritual Institute

The 2015 DeVotie Ritual Institute concluded its fifth year with more than 250 attendees for the program. Over the course of the event’s history, nearly 1,000 members have traveled to the Levere Memorial Temple to learn more about the Ritual that binds and connects all of us. This program has grown at an impressive rate […]

Life Insurance 101

Buying life insurance is an important decision. In essence, it’s a promise you make to your loved ones that they’ll be covered if anything happens to you. Buying life insurance can be a complicated decision, too, because there are so many variables to consider. There’s no single solution for everyone, so think about what’s best […]

Interfraternal Organizations Unite to Challenge TN Rep. John Deberry’s Misguided Legislation

EDITORS NOTE: This article was originally published by the North-American Interfraternity Conference (NIC). To read the news release in it’s entirety, please click here. NASHVILLE — Officials from the National Panhellenic Conference (NPC), National Association of Latino Fraternal Organizations (NALFO), National APIDA Panhellenic Association (NAPA), National Multicultural Greek Council (NMGC), North-American Interfraternity Conference (NIC), and […]

In Profile: Nate Andrews

Universities from the Southeastern Conference have dominated college football — its athletes having won seven straight national championships from 2006 through 2012. But the last two years, the tides have changed with Florida State University, part of the Atlantic Coast Conference, and Ohio State University, part of the Big Ten Conference, as they won the […]