Food, Drinks, Fellowship & Atmosphere: Remembering Our Favorite Granville Bars and Restaurants
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If you haven't responded to our alumni updates survey from last month, there’s still time to share. Click HERE to reminisce about some favorite Holiday Memories from your days with Kappa Sig, and to share some of your own!<
The memories don’t have to end with graduation. Brotherhood is for life, so whether you’ve made it to every event since graduation or you’ve missed every one, this year, we encourage you to play your memory highlight reel, and make plans to add to it in 2020.
When you look back on your days with Kappa Sig a
It’s easy to lose touch with the people who matter most. In the wise words of Mary Schmich, “the older you get, the more you need the people who knew you when you were young.” Let your Brothers know what’s happening in your life. Click HERE to take our survey, and
Veterans Day is on November 11. As most Americans know, the holiday’s original purpose was to commemorate November 11, 1918—the day fighting ended in World War I. Today, Veterans Day stands for even more as it honors all former U.S. soldiers.
Celebrations are held across the nation with parades and events. We pau
The impact Gamma-Xi has on our individual members is enormous. Fraternities build relationships and values which endure for the rest of our lives. Here, our brother describes how the Gamma-Xi experience benefitted them.
“Fraternal life was as important and as significant as my academic education. Gamma-Xi provided an environment that helped
“People are starving for genuine relationships, a sense of belonging, and a feeling of being known and understood,” writes Oscar-winning producer Brian Grazer in his book “Face to Face: The Art of Human Connection”. “Such relationships are hard to build by email, and even in person.”
Photo Flashback - Re-Visiting 1980 Kappa Sig
This month we are taking the photo time machine back to 1980 at Denison...but where were YOU that year?
If the years have all begun to blend together, maybe this 1980 group photo of Dave Auchter, Matt Prosser, Art Steinmetz (all '80) bowling in the Gam
THINK QUICK! Off the top of your head: what is the first thing that comes to mind when you think of the start of a new school year with Kappa Sigma?
One brother said “When old members were invited back in the Fall for Homecoming and we served them dinner and they would lead us in singing.”
Believe it or not, our fraternity house adds to the charm of Denison. We at Kappa Sigma should take great pride in both the construction and upkeep of our house since, after all, the physical structure of the house is a reflection of the character that lives within. But did you know that the Kappa Sigma house is ALSO a refle
These days, it’s not uncommon for people to question the value of Greek Life. As Kristin Musulin wrote in her 2014 article on USA Today, “Greek life is,
This fall, join us back in Granville for some fun events with your Kappa Sigma brothers! With a new school year just beginning, we’d love to see you back at our home away from home.
Please join us at our annual Big Red cookout at noon on Saturday 28th!
Reconnect with y
Events Near You!
Brothers: We hear you. It’d be nice to have more local events near you. That way, you won’t have to drag your family all the way back to Granville to enjoy some time with your brothers. Don’t want to take our word for it? Read More >
A Few Brothers Have Spoken.
You answered five brief questions in a survey last month. Here is what you said:
What is your fondest memory of being part of Kappa Sigma?
Richard A. Hotaling 1931 – 2019
We regret to inform all of you that Brother Dick Hotaling ’54 passed away on May 17, 2019. Dick was a longtime friend of the House Corporation Board, joining in November 2018. Dick first approached the Board in 2010 with an idea of creating a Kappa Sigma endowment fund to be given to outstanding brothers within the chapter. Dick t
Denison Reunion – Returning Members of the Class of 2014
A good time was had by members of the class of 2014 on a recent Saturday afternoon for a mini-reunion. Brothers kicked back and shared stories for a few hours. They toured the house and recent renovations including the updated bathrooms. The house is always open to returning alumni on the Saturday afternoon of a
2019 Kappa Sigma Senior Night at The Lake
In mid-May, we celebrated another Senior Night at the Lake party for the graduating class of 2019. The newly renovated Buckeye Lake is in the background of the picture included here. This was the 8th year for this tradition.
Members of the graduating class are parting and heading in many different direction
Could volunteering with your brothers really lead to a longer life?
According to a recent article by the Wall Street Journal, volunteering could be good
Kappa Sigma Memories
What’s your favorite memory of your Kappa Sigma days? One brother says he’ll always remember “when old members were invited back in the fall for Homecoming and we served them dinner and they would lead us in singing.”
We want to hear your favorite Kappa Sigma memo