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We Look Back to the Gamma Alpha Chapter of 1991

We are always finding old archival websites dedicated to Greek organizations and college yearbooks. The Georgia Tech library has PDF scans of a large and growing number of the past editions of our yearbook the Blue Print. You can check it out HERE to see what years they have scanned in so far. In the 1991 edition of the Blue Print, we found the two photos seen here on the Sigma Nu pages of the Greek section. The description of Sigma Nu in the 1991 edition had this to say;

"In 1896, the Gamma Alpha chapter of Sigma Nu became the fourth Greek organization to be established on campus. Sigma Nu is one of Tech's leading fraternities. We excel in intramural competition and campus involvement, community service, philanthropy, scholarship and good times. On campus, there is seldom an area where Sigma Nu does not exert it's influence. Our brothers play active roles in the Homecoming, Greek Week, and Student Center Committees. We are active in barbell, water-skiing, and swim clubs, as well as the varsity football team and the FASET program. Our attention to academics can be seen when each quarter we rank among the top fraternities with an average better than that of non-fraternity men."

If you recognize yourself or any of your friends from these photos let us know! Is this how you remember Sigma Nu in 1991?