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Overcoming Adversity to Publish Book

Published on: December 16, 2019

by Rick Moore Scott Sergent (Delta Delta–East Tennessee State ’85), writing under the pen name of Ivan Scott, has released his second novel, Redhead in a Blue Convertible. It’s the story of a Georgia doctor whose life crumbles when she loses a patient, and how she learns to appreciate her life again when she meets…

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Staff Update: Jacob Seay Hired as ADCS

Published on: December 13, 2019

Jacob A. Seay (Zeta Omega–Coastal Carolina ’17) has joined the National Staff as an associate director for chapter development effective December 9, 2019. This past summer, Jacob served the National Administrative Office as an intern. A December 2019, graduate from Coastal Carolina University, Jacob was a founder of the Zeta Omega Chapter, serving as Number…

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UNC-Charlotte Recolonized

Published on: December 3, 2019

The University of North Carolina-Charlotte Provisional Chapter was re-colonized on Wednesday, November 6, 2019, in the Lucas Room of the Cone Center on campus at UNCC. Twenty-one men were inducted and will begin their quest to complete their chartering requirements to become a fully-installed Active Chapter.  Province Commander Robert H. “Rob” Wall (Tau–Wake Forest ’95)…

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Fall 2019 Journal – Ascend

Published on: November 22, 2019

This issue features the recovery of Uriah Steffen (Epsilon Rho–Purdue ’06) from his leg amputation to a Paralympic athlete, Gunner Kennels that Save Dogs’ Lives, a recap of the 78th Convention & Brotherhood Weekend in New Orleans, and voluntary remarks from Parice Bowser, Director of Greek Life at the University of Arkansas.   

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Thibodaux Alumni Chapter Update – Fall 2019

Published on: November 19, 2019

The Thibodaux Alumni Chapter, recently chartered in 2019, holds their inaugural Family Day Tailgate at Nicholls State University. Pictured is eight former Epsilon Beta Number I’s. Submitted by Scott M. Pellegrin (Epsilon Beta–Nicholls State ’09), Alumni Chapter President

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Randolph-Macon Restored as Zeta Chapter

Published on: November 18, 2019

On Thursday, November 11th, 2019, at the Birdsong Hall on campus of Ranolph-Macon College in Ashland, Virginia, Knight Commander C. Douglas Simmons III (Beta Tau–Mississippi State ’95) re-issued the Zeta Charter to the gentlemen of the Randolph-Macon College Provisional Chapter. The ceremony and banquet were well attended by alumni and guests. The Provisional Chapter received…

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Wofford Chapter Update – Fall 2019

Published on: November 14, 2019

2019 has been a great year for the Delta Chapter. Starting in the spring we initiated 18 new brothers into the fraternity and are very happy so far with not only what they have brought to the chapter, but with how they are conducting themselves on campus as a whole. As stipulated by the college,…

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Clemson Chapter Update – Fall 2019

Published on: November 13, 2019

In honor of our brother Thomas H. Few ’18 who passed away over the summer, the Delta Omicron chapter hosted the 1st Annual Thomas H. Few Memorial Cocktail on October 25, 2019. The chapter raised $23,985 for ClemsonLIFE through ticket sales and a silent auction. “ClemsonLIFE offers a collegiate experience that prepares young men and…

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Dancing with the KAs – South Carolina Donates $25k to Camp for Children with Disabilities

Published on: November 13, 2019

On Friday November 1st, Rho chapter at the University of South Carolina hosted their annual philanthropy event for Camp Cole, Dancing with The KAs. The event is held each year to raise funds to complete construction of Camp Cole, an ADA-compliant, state-of-the-art facility currently being built in the Midlands of South Carolina for children and adults…

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Louisiana Tech Chapter Update – Fall 2019

Published on: November 13, 2019

Louisiana Tech KA chapter is doing better than ever with the future looking bright. We are very proud of all our members as they have made us proud this year with their student involvement and philanthropy. Two of our own, Jake Moore and Michael Schaff, served as orientation student leaders this year and Jake Moore…

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