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The Class of 1965

In this shot from Frank Barrett ’65, it looks like the class of 1965 is having the time of their lives! Front row, L-R: Jack

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Joey Lohmann (C’22) Founder and Leader of Lockdown Letters

Joey Lohmann (C’22) is one of the founders and leaders of an organization called Lockdown Letters which has sent thousands of thank you notes to m

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Bauti Gallino (W’23) Releases an Original Album

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Bauti Gallino (W'23) recently released his album of original songs entitled "Risky Text." Bauti is a sophomore from Bryn Mawr, PA in Wharton. He is a member of The Pennchants, an all-male acapella group at Penn. The album has been a passion project of his since last April, and he and his friends from home worked virtually for months

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Be a Part of the Conversation!

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For many of us, Sigma Phi Epsilon is the source of most of our great Penn memories. For this reason, we want to hear from YOU! Keep the conversation going with your brothers and tell us what Sigma Phi Epsilon meant to you. See below what some of your fellow alumni brothers had to say in response to recent surveys.  “Decades

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Donors by Decade

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We want to take a moment to thank our alumni brothers represented in the all-time donor table for their annual fund contributions and campaign pledges. The all-time donor chart includes any brother who has given back at some point since leaving campus. If you’re interested in how your decade has performed in all-time gi

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Dan Rosen ’99 on the Wharton FinTech Podcast

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Brother Dan Wharton '99, partner and founder of Commerce Ventures, a sector-focused VC fund, investing in infrastructure and enablers for the Commerce Continuum recently spoke on the Wharton FinTech Podcast. He discussed his background, the evolution of the FinTech industry, and much more. Click

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Lockdown Letters

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Early on in the COVID-19 pandemic, Brother Joey Lohmann became a founding member of Lockdown Letters, a student-run volunteer organization that sends thank-you letters to first responders. Since March, they have sent almost 9,000 letters to 111 facilities in 40 different states. This is what Joey had to say about his t

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Photo Flashback: Pennsylvania Delta in 1983

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'80s brothers: get ready for a blast from the past. Check out this shot; doesn’t this 1983 Penn SigEp hangout look bodacious? Here’s some 1983 trivia that’ll take you right back:  Penn Football: The Quakers were coached by  Jerry Berndt, had a record of 6-3-1, and were Ivy League co-champions. Penn Tu

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Brother Craig D. Mills ’84, 72nd President of The Union League of Philadelphia

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Brother Craig D. Mills ’84 is the 72nd President of The Union League of Philadelphia! He graced the cover of their most recent issue of the members’ publication titled Banner. We cheer on Brother Mills, who is currently an Executive Shareholder at Buchanan Ingersoll &

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Keep Our Brotherhood Bond Strong by Supporting the Lunch A Month Program

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Brotherhood has special meaning to us fraternity men; we have a bond that isn't easily understood by outsiders. We share a special connection forged during crazy nights filled with fun memories that resulted in lifelong friendships, all thanks to the organization that bonded us together for life: Pennsylvania Delta of ΣΦΕ.

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Sigma Phi Epsilon Penn Hijinks: read your brothers’ stories and share your own

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What were the best nicknames you called your brothers and how did they come about?   When's the last time you saw a Pennsylvania Delta Chapter brother in person? Who were you with, where were you, and what was the occasion? Do you have a photo from that day?  What do you remember about the top social event the year y

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2021 is the Year of Connection

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Each of us had our own unique experience of 2020… But even as we all manage the disruptions—homeschooling our kids on the side, welcoming our college students home early, helping our parents order groceries online—we were fortunate to be on the frontlines for one of the brightest silver linings of the COVID-19 pandemic: co

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Charles Crawford Jr. ’85 Named Among “Most Admired CEOs for 2020”

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Congratulations to Brother Charles Crawford Jr. ’85, who leads Hyperion Bank and was recently named one of the Philadelphia Business Journal’s Most Admired CEOs for 2020. See the or

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Last Chance to Join the Honor Roll 1

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Last Chance to Join the Honor Roll 2

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Last Chance to Join the Honor Roll 3

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Last Chance to Join the Honor Roll 4

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Last Chance to Join the Honor Roll 5

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Alumni Profile: Fred Achenbach ’57

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Thanks to Fred Achenbach '57 for answering our survey! We asked him about his favorite place to go in Philadelphia, his favorite college tradition, and where life since Penn has taken him. Here's what he had to say:  Where was your favorite place to go in Philly, why was this place so special to y

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