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Say hello to the new give year! 

This year, brother after brother answered the of question of why it is important to give back to Sigma Phi Epsilon and said it was beca

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A letter from Fred Achenbach ’57 to his Sigma Phi Epsilon brothers 

Dear Sig Ep Brothers,  So sorry to hear about the reunion b

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Here is how the brotherhood benefits if we all stepped up.  

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With the beginning of a new school year comes a new class of Sigma Phi Epsilon brothers. Needless to say, our brotherhood is constantly growing!  

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The Perfect Sigma Phi Epsilon Weekend

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With the semester beginning this month, it is the perfect time to plan a trip back to Philadelphia with some old college buddies! Here are some tips for planning the perfect Pennsylvania Delta Chapter weekend:

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Benefits of giving back to the Pennsylvania Delta Chapter

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It is no secret that being part of a group like Sigma Phi Epsilon is impactful throughout the remainder of our lives. We have heard from our brothers about the influence that the Pennsylvania Delta Chapter has had on our futures, but what happens when we give back? This is what your brothers have to say about

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Chapter Eternal: Earl Conway ‘54 

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It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Earl Conway ‘54 into Chapter Eternal. He passed away on March 24, 2022, at the age of 90, with his wife of 67 years, Nancy, by his side as he entered the Kingdom of God.   Earl was born on November 14, 1931, in Asbury Park, New Jersey. He was the first in his family t

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Vital Stats for Pennsylvania Delta Chapter

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Jeffrey Rotwitt ’72: “PA Delta for me imbued academic excellence, camaraderie and altruistic initiatives”

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Jeffrey Rotwitt ’72 attended Penn at the beginning of the 1970s, but his memories from Sig Ep stick with him today. Here’s a look into his experience in the house and how it formed him into who he is today. 

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So many ways to stay connected! 

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Our website has recently been updated! Visit this page to take advantage of the newest features, an alumni forum! Check out our new features, some new and some we’ve had for a while. The new site

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Here’s how Sigma Phi Epsilon impacted my life 

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SigEp  is the place where we had a lot of firsts. It’s the place where we first ventured out of our hometowns, the first place we bonded to on campus, and the place where we first learned how to be real men. Read on to see what your brothers said on how SigEp impacted their lives.

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Sigma Phi Epsilon Summer Playlist by Decade  

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With summer getting into full swing, it's giving us flashbacks of summer during our Sigma Phi Epsilon days. Do you remember the most popular songs that were on EVERY playlist at parties? Don't worry, we got you!

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David Jehn ’85: Sigma Phi Epsilon provided a lifelong set of friends

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David Jehn ’85 ([email protected]) reflects on his time at Sigma Phi Epsilon and why he chooses to give. 

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Without Sigma Phi Epsilon, I wouldn’t have…

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Through everything we experience in life, we take something from each moment. Our college years can be some of the most influential years of our lives, and through each experience and moment, we had Sigma Phi Epsilon to fall back on. We recently talked to Sigma Phi Epsilon brothers, here's what they told us they wouldn't have if it wer

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Question of the Month

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How has another alum had your back at some point in your life … can you tell us the story?

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Daniel Olson ‘99: SigEp quickly became my home away from home

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Dan Olson ‘99 ([email protected]) says he decided to pledge to SigEp when his big brother Kenny Hall

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Why I Pledged…

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Why did you join Sigma Phi Epsilon? That's a question we recently asked some alumni, and they delivered! Hear the reasons that Sigma Phi Epsilon became a home away from home ... and would go on to impact the rest of their lives. 

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Chapter Eternal: Vincent Rettew ’55

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It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Vincent Rettew '55 into Chapter Eternal. We wish to extend our deepest sympathies to his friends, family, and loved ones. View his obituary below. Source Courtesy of 

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Environmental law scholar Mark Nevitt joins Emory Law faculty

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Source Courtesy of Emory Law Professor Mark Nevitt will join the Emory University School of Law as associate professor of law, starting June 1.

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Scott Vineyard ’96 Feels Fulfilled in New Business Venture

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Source Courtesy of Shoutout Arizona Our brother Scott Vineyard '96 recently made headlines for his recent business opportunity that has filled the void he was felt was missing in

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Friends that have Lasted Lifetimes, All Thanks to Sigma Phi Epsilon

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When we talk about Sigma Phi Epsilon, some of the first things that may come to mind are the connections that were made through your years as an undergrad. We recently reached out to our alumni brothers asking what those connections have meant to them over the years, read on to see what Bruce Fran

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9 Brothers Met for a Long Overdue Reunion

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On an early October weekend this year, nine Brothers from ‘89/’90 congregated for a long overdue reunion. Thanks to Brett Danko’s generous hospitality and tireless organization, Matt Ciesla ’90, Brett Danko ‘90, Jose Ibietatorremendia ‘90, Mic

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