Welcome Brothers and Friends to the Zeta Sigma Chapter of Sigma Nu Fraternity website. We hope you'll find the website useful and we would like to encourage your participation in the online experience here. Please take a moment to read some of the news items that have been posted and maybe post an item of your own to let us know how you're doing. There's a lot going on in the Chapter right now, so please come back often to keep up to date.
Changes to the website
We have recently made some major changes to the website. The left hand navigation has some new items, and others have gone away. Please explore the website and provide feedback. We want to make the website a place that you'll visit frequently and use to keep in touch with other Brothers.
Life Safety Initiative
You have all hopefully heard about the College's Life Safety Initiative. We are in the process of collecting bids to have the work done on the Chapter House. This undertaking will be very expensive, and the House Corporation Directors are committed to completing the work on our own, without selling the House to the College. We will obviously need your help! Please consider using the Donations link if you are able to help.
Again, thank you for visiting the site.
Zeta Sigma 568
President, House Corporation
October 15th, 2008
Recent News Items
Our annual spring weekend has concluded and it was once again a success. We had close to fifteen alumni stop by the house throughout the weekend and everyone in attendance commented on how well the weekend went. The highlight for many of us was being present at the Knighting ceremony for Jeremy, Tony and Corey. It was a surprise for most of the alumni and speaking for myself it was an honor to be present for such an occasion. I was not able to be there for the entire ceremony, but it was still a good experience.
The brothers of the Zeta Sigma chapter are participating in the American Cancer Society's 2012 Relay for Life event at Gettysburg College, where teams of students from all aspects of the college will be in teams and raising money for cancer research.
We will be present at the event on the evening of Friday, March 30th at the Bream Wright Hauser Field House, taking donations and enjoying the event.
We have a webpage set up here (http://main.acsevents.org/site/TR/?team_id=1145664&pg=team&fr_id=40294) where alumni, friends, and parents can join and/or donate to our team.
The Chapter has finished transitioning our new leadership!
The new executive board is as follows:
Commander: JT Kovac
LT. Commander: Kevin Bond
Treasurer: Paul Di Salvo
Recorder: Mauricio Novoa
Marshal: Mike Terdeman
Chaplain: Ryan Day
LEAD Chair: Mike Schneider
Rush Chair: Tyler Waite
Some other positions that may be of importance to alumni and friends are:
Alumni Relations: Cody Segraves
Reporter: Troy Candiotti
Historian: Brett Stewart
Philanthropy Chair: Mauricio Novoa
The Collegiate Chapter is once again participating in the American Cancer Society's Relay for Life event at the College. Donations to the team are appreciated and can be made directly to the ACS via the Chapter's page on the Relay for Life site:
The June Email Newsletter went out last night. This issue includes new mortgage and renovation updates, Zeta Sigmas honored, A Tribute to National and information on Donating to the renovation efforts. If you'd like to receive a copy, please send Chuck Steel an email.
The Sigma Nu Spring Weekend will be held the second weekend of April, the 9th through the 11th. We're going to try and kick it up a notch this year with a trip to Baltimore for an Orioles Game on Saturday evening. If you receive mailings from the College you should soon receive the official invitation for the weekend, but you don't have to wait to RSVP. If you're interested in attending the game, please let Chuck Steel know.
Just a quick note to let everyone know that our Candidates have officially become Brothers of our Chapter. Congratulations guys!
During the recent Homecoming Weekend it was suggested that we form an email list for Alumni. Posts would be kept to about one or two a month and will include information about what is going on in the House and with Alumni. The first email went out earlier this evening, and I'm posting it here, as well.