Kappa Sigma Founders: George Miles Arnold

George Miles Arnold was born August 27, 1851 in Troy, New York. He entered the University of Virginia in 1869, his chief studies being Latin, French, and mathematics. His facility for languages led his friends to call him “the little Spaniard.” George Miles Arnold was very active in the Fraternity during its infancy and through…

Kappa Sigma Founders: John Covert Boyd

John Covert Boyd was born December 24, 1850, near Bradford Springs, Sumter County, South Carolina. After preparing for college at private schools in Charleston, South Carolina, Boyd spent two years at the University of Virginia from 1869 to 1871. Boyd began his medical course in his second year at Virginia, then entered the medical department…

Kappa Sigma Founders: Edmund Law Rogers

Edmund Law Rogers was born July 1, 1850 in Baltimore, Maryland. He prepared for college at the James Kinnier Academy in Baltimore, where Founder Frank Courtney Nicodemus was one of his classmates. As with Arnold, Rogers entered the University of Virginia as a freshman in 1869. Rogers studied architecture and also developed an interest in…

Tau-Tau Chapter Installation

Kappa Sigma is pleased to welcome the Tau-Tau Chapter at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee! These 43 members were installed on Saturday December 5th. Worthy Grand Master Derek L. Marchman was in attendance for the installation of this new Chapter. The members of Tau-Tau have already completed 4,021 hours for A Greater Cause. This local community…