The Chapter will hold its 1st Annual Brotherhood Fish Fry celebration on Saturday, April 21, 2007. The day’s festivities will include a welcome address by Commander Joe Doyle (ES1061), individual House tours by members of the Chapter, a banquet lunch, and a special Chapter Ritual portion for all Active and Alumni Brothers. Please join us for this exciting occasion!
The Chapter recently voted to complete several House improvement projects over the Spring 2007 Semester. The first project to be completed by the Chapter is the restoration of the display case once located in the foyer of the House. Check out the Chapter’s progress during the restoration process!
On Saturday, February 10, 2007, Sigma Nu held its annual Valentines Formal. The formal dance took place at It’s My Time Café, located on Madison Avenue.
The Chapter held its first All-Chapter Retreat in recent history on Saturday, January 20, 2007. Special thanks to Brother Derek Pegram (EΣ 1069) and his father for allowing the Chapter to use their house in Olive Branch, MS, as the Retreat location.
In the Rhodes IFC Elections held on Thursday, January 18, 2007, Brother Alex Liu (ES 1063) won the IFC Presidency by a voting margin of 5 to 1, and Brother Matthew Carrington (ES1071) ran uncontested for the IFC Treasurer position. Congratulations new Rhodes College IFC Officers!
The Brothers of Sigma Nu elect Joe Doyle (ES 1061) as their Commander for 2007. On Mon, Dec 4th, Doyle along with thirteen other newly elected officers were sworn to uphold chapter and national bylaws under authority of a charter granted by National Headquarters as prescribed by The Law of Sigma Nu.
On Saturday, December 2, 2006, Sigma Nu held its annual White Rose Formal. The formal dance took place at It’s My Time Café, located on Madison Avenue.
Epsilon Sigma Chapter initiated eight new Knights into the Legion of Honor this past Friday, December 1. The new Knights are as follows: Dale Baker (ES 1070); Luke Branim (ES1076), Erik Davis (ES 1077), Brendan Finley (ES 1078), John Freeman (ES 1079), Kevin McAlpine (ES 1080), Stephen Noble (ES 1081), and Alex McWhirter (ES 1082). Congratulations for a job well done!