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Sigma Phi Epsilon was devastated to learn about the death of a young brother at our Texas A&M chapter. Our deepest sympathies go out to his family, friends and brothers during this time.
We are working closely with the authorities as they investigate and have offered our full support and cooperation. Sigma Phi Epsilon staff members are on campus coordinating with the university to provide grief support and counseling to the young men of the chapter. | More
Brothers Josh Carter, Montana State '17, and Noah Remnick, Yale ’15, have been named a recipient of a 2017 Rhodes Scholarship to study at Oxford University. | More
The military is one of the most well-known and effective leadership arenas in the world. In honor of this year’s Veterans Day, and with respect for all who have worn the uniform of this nation’s military, the Chairman of SigEp’s... | More
Sigma Phi Epsilon expects its members to treat all peoples with decency. SigEp responds to an incident of harassment and intimidation. | More
In 2016, Sigma Phi Epsilon operates in a world that looks much different than Richmond College did in 1901. But the founders had the vision and foresight to create an institution that would endure into the future. | More