I am pleased to report that the Gamma-Xi chapter of Kappa Sigma is alive and thriving and was able to successfully make it through the challenging fall covid-19 sRead More >
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The Gamma-Xi House Corporation and Alumni Board congratulates this year’s 2020 Endowment Award Winners.
The awards are given to brothers that are on financial aid with the university and show leadership and involvement within the chapter and on campus. This year, awards totaled $12,600 which are administered by the university to pay tuition or student loans.
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As Denison continues to issue announcements about fall semester in the face of COVID-19 our Alumni association must make important decisions about the future of Gamma-XiRead More >
In last month’s e-letter, we sent out a survey to Read More >
The most difficult part of quarantine, for many people, has been the severing of our in-person interactions. While there is certainly joy to be found in solitude, humans are, by their nature, social. And it is in our small interactions with others that we find much of our joy. The occasional trip into self-isolation can be helpful, but it must always be counterbalance
We sent some of our Gamma-Xi alumni these questions in an email questionnaire. Now we’d love to hear from all of our Gamma-Xi alumni!
If you want to answer these questions yourself, or just share your stories, pictures, or personal news with us, please email us at [email protected]
As an alum, what do you see as the most valuable part of your Gamma-Xi experience?
If you’re sitting at home right now, quarantined and following your local stay-at-home orders, and the most exciting parts of your day have been breakfast, walking the dog and watching sitcom reruns on television, then you may feel just a twinge of guilt when you see how some are using their newfound free time.
Maybe a fellow Denison alum in your Facebook feed just completed a complex
We sent some of our Gamma-Xi Alumni questions in an email questionnaire. Thanks to everyone who responded! We appreciate you taking the time to send us your feedback, and we thoroughly enjoyed reading about your experiences with Gamma-Xi!
Below is one of our favorite responses. If you want to share your stories, pict
It only takes one look at the most recent headlines to realize that we’re all facing uncertain times. Not only are there health threats on our doorsteps, especially for our older alumni, but we face the threat of economic peril as well, even after the threat of a pandemic is appropriately handled.
However, in the face of all this uncertainty and in spite of Denison University shu
Gamma-Xi 2020 Pledge Class
Row 2: Davis Smith, Gavin Wagner, Talmage Preyer, Nate Swift, Liam Pulford, Jake Mascotte, Cam Brickley, Andrew Fluri, Jack Buldger, Scott Okel
Row 1: Jack Duane, Henry Schwartz, Bobby Krumme, Charlie Glennon, Ethan Miracle, Charlie Cohen
Work, Marriage and Parenthood Probably Dominate Your World Right Now...
Ever feel like there’s not enough time left for Brotherhood? Having a busy schedule and heavy workload doesn’t have to stop you from supporting Kappa Sig. Here are three ways to support and stay involved when your time is limited.
Plan a big group outing in
No matter where you are in your life, what you are doing or who you are with, one thing remains constant day-in and day-out; We all have to eat. Food and drinks are essential human needs for every living person from every walk of life. Therefore, some of our best memories, most meaningful conversations and most important moments of our lives and friendships with Kappa Sig Brothers happened over