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This is the official website for the Kentucky Sigma chapter of Sigma Alpha Epsilon in Louisville, Kentucky. Feel free to peer around the website. We have been proudly representing Sigma Alpha Epsilon at the University of Louisville for over 15 years. We pride ourselves in being Scholars, Gentlemen, and Athletes. Our dedication to becoming better men each day through hard work, philanthropy, and The True Gentleman makes us a premier fraternity at the University of Louisville. To learn more about our Brothers check out the "Brothers", "Officers", and "Executive Council" tabs. To contact the chapter please click "Contact Us" on the left hand side. 

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October Newsletter

Sigma Alpha Epsilon October Newsletter

Greetings from the brothers of Kentucky Sigma! We hope everyone had a delightful month of October as well as a fantastic Halloween this past weekend.  Speaking of Halloween, the brothers of Sigma Alpha Epsilon hosted a fantastic Halloween party featuring the up and coming artist D-WHY along with DJ Etrayn.  The event was larger than ever before and was a wild success.  We hope this years great showing is the start of something bigger and better in years to come.  A big thank you needs to be given to Charles Mechas, Ryan Keeling, and all the other brothers that made the night such a tremendous success!

The month of October was as busy as ever in multiple ways for the brothers of Sigma Alpha Epsilon. First off, shout out to our flag football A-team on a well-deserved championship win in the U of L intramural fraternity division following a perfect, undefeated season. Congratulations as it had been a long-time coming. On an athletic and philanthropic note, many of the brothers of Kentucky Sigma participated in Sigma Kappas annual Kick in the Grass soccer tournament held on October 25th.  Good job to the A-team in winning this competitive tournament for the second consecutive year.

The brothers of Kentucky Sigma continued the always-successful Brooks Brothers program during this month. Brothers were present every Friday for the after school program geared towards engaging students with academic help, reading assignments, setting up for school events and even some indoor fun. The program will likely continue until the end of the semester.  Many brothers also showed off their cooking skills while participating in Chi Omegas Chili cook off on October 26th.  This annual event is held at the campus Red Barn and works to raise money for the local Make-a-Wish foundation. There were several chili culinary masterpiece’s entered by various brothers for this great cause.

Finally, during this past month fall formal took place in none other than New Orleans, Louisiana.  As custom to do during formal dinner on the trip, a few of our very own were recognized for their distinguished efforts over the last year.  We would like to acknowledge and congratulate Alex Patterson for winning Athlete of the Year, Ben Streepey for winning Scholar of the Year, Michael Vogelsang for winning New Member of the Year, and finally Dakoda Hepke for winning True Gentleman of the Year.  Phi Alpha to these brothers who worked hard over the last year to improve not only themselves but also the future of our chapter.  This concludes the October Newsletter, until next time farewell and Be True.

The True Gentleman is the man whose conduct proceeds from good will and an acute sense of propriety


Help out a fellow Brother

One of our alumni brothers, Brother Greg Virgin (Nu Class) is going through a lot. His wife, Stephanie, has been diagnosed with ovarian cancer. We as a brotherhood are doing everything we can to help Brother Virgin and his wife through this difficult time. Do your part and make a donation by clicking on the link below. Every penny helps and with the help of everyone Stephanie will overcome this difficult challenge she has been faced with. 


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The True Gentleman

The True Gentleman is the man whose conduct proceeds from good will and an acute sense of propriety, and whose self-control is equal to all emergencies; who does not make the poor man conscious of his poverty, the obscure man of his obscurity, or any man of his inferiority or deformity; who is himself humbled if necessity compels him to humble another; who does not flatter wealth, cringe before power, or boast of his own possessions or achievements; who speaks with frankness but always with sincerity and sympathy; whose deed follows his word; who thinks of the rights and feelings of others, rather than his own; and who appears well in any company, a man with whom honor is sacred and virtue safe.

 - John Walter Wayland