How Did Sigma Nu Make You the Man You Are Today?

We all gained invaluable lifelong benefits from Sigma Nu. Did you learn about leadership at Gamma Alpha? Do the fraternity's core values play a role in your life today? Did you make a romantic or career connection thanks to Sigma Nu?

Let us know how Sigma Nu helped make you the man you are today. Click here to share your stories.

The Tale of a Thriving House Dog

Some Sigma Nu stories pull at the heartstrings, and this one told by Mark Smith (GA #1505) certainly makes the strongest of us a little sentimental.

He writes, “This story proves that brotherhood lasts a long time. It starts around Thanksgiving of 1980, when Lou Matrisciano and Greg Tye came back to the house with a cardboard box full of six puppies they had found abandoned on the side of the interstate. We took them in, took care of them, and eventually gave them all away except for one who we kept as the house dog. We named him Rollo. He was a little black and white mutt, but a great dog. We never had to open a door to let him in or out... he jumped through a window instead.

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From the Archives: Rope Bridges and Tall Structures Highlight 1978 Island Party

Thank you to Duke Claussen (GA #1436) for sharing his best Sigma Nu memory, of the annual Island Party. He writes, "Back then, during my senior year in 1978, we built a two-story structure over the pool with a rope bridge that spanned the length of the pool. Building the structure was a huge part of the fun. The party was one of the highlights of my time at GT. We reminisced about the fact that no one worried about any injuries and thankfully no one got hurt. In addition, it was one of the best times I can remember as my pledge class was attending our last big party together.”

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