The Initiation at Andernach

Editor’s Note: Below is an excerpt from Billy Levere’s book, “SAE in the World War.” Published in 1928, it regales the important role SAE had in the first World War. Of the 18,250 SAE members at the time, 7,500 fought in that great conflict more than 100 years ago. Through adversity, they emerged victoriously and […]

Archives: The Record Winter 2001

Many SAE members are legacy members: those who have blood relatives in the Fraternity. It is not uncommon to see multiple generations of brothers come from the same family. Stanley Lind (Kansas ’42) was very headstrong in his efforts to keep both family and Fraternity as focal points throughout his life. Thumbing back to the […]