I’m truly honored to write to you all as the President of Sigma Phi Epsilon’s NC Gamma Chapter. Since joining in the spring of last year, this organization has changed my life in remarkable ways. It humbles me deeply to be fortunate enough to lead such an amazing group of people.
As the year winds down and we say our farewells to an unforgettable senior class, it’s important to look back on all the strides we have made as a chapter this past semester. Just a few weeks ago we held a silent auction and hosted a concert to raise money for the ENO River Association, a local non-profit that helps maintain and protect one of North Carolina’s greatest treasures. Following an ambitious commitment to improve each member’s individual wellness and focus more closely on mental health, we have created and pursued a number of events and workshops to help us tackle this issue.
It was great seeing so many of you at our various events this semester. I would like to give a special thank you to SigEp Class of 2012, who came out in force to our events during alumni weekend. We always love reconnecting with our older brothers, and continue to consider alumni relations a top priority. That being said, a brother of Sigma Phi Epsilon is a brother for life. We welcome any and all who are in the area to stop by our section or reach out for a more official visit. Whether you’d like to give a career talk to the chapter, hang out with current brothers or even take advantage of a free brunch at Marketplace, our door is always open.
- Benjamin Kaeser '19