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SigEp Daniel G. Clodfelter, Davidson ’72, was appointed to serve as mayor of Charlotte, N. C. recently after a near-unanimous decision from Charlotte’s city council.
Following the resignation of Charlotte’s former mayor, the city council appointed Clodfelter with a 10-to-1 vote. He was currently serving in his...
After extensive deliberation and a thorough review of chapter activities, the decision has been made by the Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity Board of Directors to close the chapter at the University of Mississippi.
"Sigma Phi Epsilon is committed to being a different kind of fraternity – one that recognizes the importance of the out-of-classroom experience and is committed to making that experience the safest and...
The brothers at the University of Georgia raised over $34,000 for children battling motor and speech disabilities and injuries. The chapter made the donation through its campus dance marathon program, UGA Miracle. The proceeds will go towards the Comprehensive Inpatient Rehabilitation Unit (CIRU) at the Scottish Rite Pediatric Hospital in Atlanta.
“I first went to the dance marathon my freshmen year and just really had my...
Several years ago, I expressed interest in joining a Board of Directors for a major professional organization. I had been volunteering for this organization for a number of years, had risen through some ranks of leadership, and honestly felt I had earned the right to be on this Board. After all, I had the talent, skill sets, experience, and passion to be a productive member of this Board...
Three fraternities extended bids to me. As I sat in my room contemplating my choice, my mind was flooded with questions. Who has the best house? Who has the best events? The highest GPA? Who had the best sorority relations?
As I stared at the three pieces of paper with my name on them, I narrowed it down to just one important question: Which fraternity's brothers embodied the values of the man I wanted to become?"
A few months...