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The Next Best Thing to Going Back to College

The Next Best Thing to Going Back to CollegeDo you ever wish that you could re-live your SigEp experience?

While we can't take you back to your undergraduate days, we can offer you the next best thing: Membership in our alumni association. Actively participating in our alumni organization is the closest you'll get to going back to college. 

As an active member, you'll: 

  • Be invited to exclusive alumni events
  • Receive frequent updates with the latest chapter and alumni news, as well as stories from your SigEp friends
  • Have access to a network of North Carolina Delta brothers (for whom you can search by name, era, or region on our online directory)
  • Positively influence the next generation of alumni by portraying the lifelong benefits of membership to current undergrads 

Your annual fund donation secures your yearly membership and helps us continue offering these benefits to you and hundreds of other North Carolina Delta Chapter brothers. Make your gift to kick off our 2017-18 giving year.

Who is This Mystery Man?

From the 1967 edition of the Yackety Yack, we give you a rare photo of a brother referred to as "dumbhead" washing his hair. It seems the rest of the members lost their patience and held him down for a shampoo after a record nine weeks without washing his hair. Meanwhile, the chapter dog, who remains unidentified, wonders what all the commotion is about! Who is this mystery man and what's his story? Click below to leave your answers as a comment!

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Andy Strayhorn ’02: Hoping His Fellow Brothers Enjoy the Little Things

All These Years and He’s Never Found a Better Place to Relax than the Bench Outside the House

The Bench. To some, it may simply be a place to rest their feet or even a porch decoration, but to Andy Strayhorn '02, the bench that adorned the front porch of Sigma Phi Epsilon meant much more.

“My most memorable time as a Sigma Phi Epsilon was by far sitting on the front bench on a nice day,” he recalls. “If there’s a better place to relax and people watch when the sun’s out, I haven’t found it yet.”

But even before he forged friendships right there on that bench, Andy felt destined to be part of Sigma Phi Epsilon.

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