Sigma Alpha Epsilon - Kansas State University

Fall 2021 Newsletter

Kansas Beta Chapter of Sigma Alpha Epsilon Fraternity at Kansas State University

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Kansas Beta Continues to Achieve (Continued from page 1) 2 Members serve at the Back-to-School Ice Cream Social. Tyler Breeding Salina, Kan. Austin Burenheide Lawrence, Kan. Culhan Carr Topeka, Kan. Brennan Coffey Lenexa, Kan. Beau Dare Wichita, Kan. Mason Engelken Olathe, Kan. Ethan George Olathe, Kan. Jackson Hayes Salina, Kan. Mac Hemmer Salina, Kan. Ty Herl Olathe, Kan. Parker Hobbs Olathe, Kan. Camden Keen Olathe, Kan. Kagan Leiker Overland Park, Kan. Landyn Luttrell Shawnee, Kan. Jack Marks Olathe, Kan. Will Meek Topeka, Kan. Noah Mitchell Lawrence, Kan. Alex Niemann Waukee, Iowa Ben Rohrbaugh Lawrence, Kan. Parker Smitko Olathe, Kan. Brady Stack Salina, Kan. Jack Stout Olathe, Kan. Josh Stuber Abilene, Kan. Landon Trout Scott City, Kan. Kaleb Wagner Madison, Wis. Adam Wheeler Olathe, Kan. Thomas Wineinger Kansas City, Mo. WELCOME, NEW MEMBERS! and our soccer team came in second out of all fraternities. All intramural events are returning this fall, and our brothers are excited to compete. We are on a mission this year to earn our spot as intramural champions for 2021-22. Philanthropic Pride We continue to prioritize our philanthropic endeavors. We are proud of raising nearly $10,000 for Children's Miracle Network. This past spring, we hosted the second annual weeklong Paddy Murphy Philanthropy, comprised of a variety of competitions raising over $5,000, and a carnival where we partnered with Alpha Delta Pi to raise over $3,000. Our members and the community are excited to be back on campus this fall to continue to make significant contributions. Other Updates Our south second-floor and third-floor bathroom renovations were completed this past summer, and the brothers are very thankful to the alumni for the updates! We are also excited to announce that brother Juan Gomez '24 is serving as a senator in the College of Engineering on their Student Governing Association. The Kansas Beta Chapter continues to set the bar across the nation in all facets of fraternity life. Our awards this past year have highlighted our dedication to our brothers, our K-State family, and the surrounding community. We continue to excel in academics and remain steadfastly committed to being a top-tier competitor. Our recruitment team has shown their hard work by bringing in another strong group of leaders, academics, and athletes. Your continued support has made of this possible—we recognize your contributions with gratefulness and hope you share in our successes and achievements. The impact you have had on Kansas Beta is astounding; with your support, we continue to develop members into True Gentlemen. If you find yourself in the Manhattan area, we would love for you to swing by the chapter house to visit. Fraternally, Parker Larson '23 Chapter President • Summer 2021 south end bathroom renovations. New fall 2021 members.

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