Epsilon-Beta Brother Pearl-Schwartz Advocates for Student Mental Health

Brother David Pearl-Schwartz (’13), with the assistance of his Epsilon-Beta Chapter at the University Miami Brothers, is working to bring awareness to college mental health issues through a display known as “Send Silence Packing”, which is organized by Active Minds, a national organization focused on these issues. Brother Pearl-Schwartz is the president of the University of Miami chapter of…

Ellis Has Strong Run at Richmond

The following news release was issued by P1 Groupe: ——————- Tribute to Kappa Sigma Fraternity and Military Heroes Campaign Big Hit with Fans   Altamonte Springs, FL/September 8, 2014 – The downpour of showers that rained out much of the initial festivities of the race weekend did nothing to dampen the mood of Ryan Ellis…

A Letter of Thanks from Kari Wagner

Dear Esteemed Members of Kappa Sigma, I am constantly reminded of the dedication to service, tremendous, leadership, and compassion to others that lives within your brotherhood.  I see it every day in my husband.  This past year, I have had the joy of seeing you even more so as men of action. When the bombs…

UPDATED: Xi-Upsilon Hosting Raffle for Military Heroes

UPDATE (10/20/14): The Xi-Upsilon Chapter has announced that the winner of the cornhole boards raffle is Brother James Pankiewicz (Xi-Zeta, Northwest Missouri State University), who serves as an AAA of the Alpha-Gamma Chapter at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. The event raised nearly $600 for the Military Heroes Campaign. Total raised for the military…

Delta-Chi Chapter Raises $94,000 for Charity

The Delta-Chi Chapter at Mississippi State University hosted its 16th annual Kappa Sigma Charity Classic on Saturday, April 26, 2014. The event pitted the Delta-Chi Chapter against MSU’s Sigma Chi chapter in a charity football game. This year, through a combination of private donors, chapter fundraising and a donation from Sigma Chi, the Delta-Chi Chapter was…

Celebrating Kappa Sigma’s Spring Day of Service

Kappa Sigma held its fourth International Day of Service during the weekend of Apr. 4-6, 2014. Undergraduates and alumni throughout the U.S. and Canada volunteered within their local communities with nonprofit organizations benefiting various causes. Chapters and colonies from around North America organized their own events or volunteered time giving back to local community organizations.…

Gamma-Pi Chapter to Host Nearly Naked Run

The Gamma-Pi Chapter at MIT is hosting their Nearly Naked, Nearly Mile event at 5:30 p.m. on Saturday, April 19, 2014, to raise funds for The Sean A. Collier Self Sponsor Scholarship, which will fund a recruit through the Lowell Police Academy every year. Sean Collier was an officer at MIT who was allegedly killed…