Why Gamma-Xi?

You already know the impact Greek life has—because you lived it. The term ‘social fraternity’ might give the impression that the Greek experience is superficial. But research shows that personal connections and friendships are the key to happiness.  

These lifelong relationships are only part of what makes the fraternity experience so transformational. From our career trajectories to our family’s values, our Gamma-Xi experience played a key role. Our experiences helped make us into the people we are today.  

Here is an eBook of some of the best responses to recent a survey of Greek communities across the country. These quotes illustrate why Greek life is and will remain a key part of the higher education experience. Click HERE to read the eBook and keep reading to see what Gamma-Xi members had to say. 

  • “The most valuable part of my Kappa Sig experience was the Brotherhood and an extended family. – John Molander II ‘75
  • “The most valuable part of my Kappa Sig experience was the friends I made. – Father James Curto ‘73
  • “My fraternity experience was part of my college years.  I valued the friendships, living together and selfgoverning, and leadership opportunities. – John E. Brewer ‘70
  • “I loved life in the lodge at Denison. I made life-long friends, experienced running a household (weekly cleaning, managing a budget, learning to live with others), and was part of a social environment in which I met and courted my wife of 4 years. – Leigh Coen ‘73
  • “The friendships I developed at Denison have lasted a lifetime. I still see Dave Fogle, Whit Carman and Gary Conover, and I look forward to seeing other friends at the 50th reunion in 2021.” – John Layman ‘71