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Author: Parker Bright

Update from our Sweetheart

Hello everyone! I hope you’ve all had a fun and eventful summer, I know I have! With the summer coming to an end, I could not be more excited to have all of my favorite people back at BSU for the new school year!  The two things I’m most excited for this fall semester are…
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Toga! Toga!

On Tuesday, September 9th, we hosted one of our favorite and most cherished social events – Toga! This event goes back to our literal Greek roots and we dress in festive togas and wear ivy crowns. This event always was and is well-attended and was a blast for everyone that participated. As an alumni, we…
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Krach Transformational Leadership Workshop

Over the summer, our chapter sent 6 undergraduate members to Bowling Green, Ohio for the inaugural Krach Transformational Leadership Workshop (KTLW), replacing Balfour Leadership Training Workshop. These 6 members spent their time attending sessions to prepare the, for their positions in the upcoming school year. The group was also allotted time to meet as a…
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Madison’s First Sweetheart Update

Our newest Sweetheart of Sigma Chi Madison Gibson makes her first remarks in her new position. Here’s what she had to say: Hi everyone! Last month I was given the incredible honor of representing the best fraternity as their Sweetheart and I could not be more excited for this opportunity. I am so thankful I…
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Our Ritual Grows Stronger

Brother Dominic Cassiere traveled to the University of Cincinnati earlier this month to attend a day long Ritual Peer Training session.  Sigs from all over Indiana and Ohio attend this training session. Following the session, the participants have to take a certification exam – Brother Cassiere passed his exam with flying colors and became a…
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His Head is in the Game

We caught up with Alumni Tyler Yoder about what he’s been up to. Here’s what he had to say about his life after undergrad: “Here at the University of North Georgia, I am a current Graduate Assistant for Athletic Administration. Though in a GA role, this position allows for me to wear many hats as…
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Farewell, but not Forever

Hi Everyone! Happy (maybe?) spring! I hope you all had a wonderful St. Patrick’s Day! Sadly, this will be your last time hearing from me in a newsletter, as my term came to a close on March 17th. Because of this, I would like to take this opportunity to reflect on the year as the…
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Running for a Cure

On March 30th, Brother Stephen “Scu” Rosiek will be running the Carmel Marathon in order to raise money for the Huntsman Cancer Foundation. Stephen Rosiek is a senior studying Construction Management. In order to raise money, Stephen is taking monetary pledges for each of the 26 miles. “For the past few years, I have been…
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Reminiscing Ruins

Brother Drake Spangler, a senior studying Criminal Justice, had an extraordinary Spring Break, where he participated in an immersive Caribbean cruise, where one stop was the Mayan Ruins in México. Here’s what he had to say about his trip: “Chichen Itza, the Mayan Ruins I visited, are located in Yucatan, México. That temple is known…
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The Body Keeps The Score

On December 9, we were honored to host Janet Ditslear, mother of Sam Ditslear and licensed therapist, at our Chapter meeting. Janet had plenty of good information about improving our mental health and processing trauma in a healthy way. In her talk, Janet discussed how ‘the body keeps the score,’ meaning that although our minds…
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