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Sigma Nu Leads Brother to Future Wife

Shane Sandridge ’12 got married last month with tons of Gamma Alpha brothers by his side. He even met his wife, Jordan Rowley Sandridge, while volunteering with Sigma Nu on freshman move-in day at Georgia Tech in 2008. "I saw her again when her sorority (Alpha Delta Pi) came by the house for Run for the Roses and started dating shortly after that. We've been together ever since," he said. Read on to see which brothers were in attendance at his wedding.  

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"I Feel Like I Will Always Have a Home"

Carter Gillon, an undergraduate brother of the Gamma Alpha Chapter, says that he's incredibly thankful Sigma Nu has provided him with a strong community to rely on for support during his college years. "For most college freshmen, their first year is a very turbulent time, as getting accustomed to new people, locations, rules, and cultures can be extremely overwhelming," he said. Read on for more of his story. 

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From Cheese Sauce, to Great Blind Dates, Sigma Nu Gives Us so Much to be Thankful For

We recently asked you each what you would thank Sigma Nu for if given the chance. Brothers Frank (Skipper) Burns ’71 and Ryan Curry ’01 (pictured left) each shared their favorite things about Sigma Nu. Ryan said, "I'd probably thank Sigma Nu for all the cheese sauce. I imagine I probably consumed about a dozen of those large cans of it during all five years at Georgia Tech. There wasn't a vegetable served in the house that didn't come with it." Read on for details about what Frank Burns is thankful for. 

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