Sigma Alpha Epsilon - University of New Hampshire

Spring 2014 Newsletter

New Hampshire Beta Chapter of Sigma Alpha Epsilon Fraternity at The University of New Hampshire

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Alumni Support Vital to Success Make Plans to Visit This Fall T he New Hampshire Beta Chapter of Sigma Alpha Epsilon continues to be one of the premier fraternities on campus. Behind the support of a strong bond of brotherhood, the chapter has used the values and ideals of the True Gentleman to make this organization the model for success in Greek life at the University of New Hampshire. A strong undergraduate leadership core of past and present executives working with a small and dedicated group of alumni have allowed New Hampshire Beta to flourish as it has achieved lofty goals as an organization. Just this year the chapter achieved platinum status among all Greek organizations for its philanthropic endeavors and community service. The chapter was recognized as one of the top Greek organizations by the University's Greek points system. Alumni support continues to be a cornerstone in aiding the undergraduate chapter. It would not be possible without the dedication and commitment of those who are involved. Men like Richard "Dick" Hooker '55, Tim Turcotte '85, Steve Philbrick '75, Andy Bisson '10, and Mike Allen '10 have given their valuable time and input so that the undergraduate chapter can learn and prosper. As a founding brother during the re-colonization of New Hampshire Beta in 2009, I have had the privilege to see the chapter rise from the ashes and grow into what it is today, every step of the way. Because of great alumni support, motivated brothers, and a dedicated National Fraternity, the chapter has grown from four founding members to the 74 brothers we have in our organization today. We look forward to our next alumni event during Homecoming on Saturday, October 11, 2014. This fall reunion, held at 28 Madbury, will give past brothers of New Hampshire Beta an opportunity to see just how far we have come since returning to campus. Alumni and their families are invited to come by for a tour of the house and see the recent renovations that have been made. Following tailgating, our house chef will smoke a whole pig on the front lawn to go along with other food and beverages. Thank you again to the dedicated alumni, whose loyal support has been vital to re- establishing Sigma Alpha Epsilon on the campus of the University of New Hampshire. It is because of you that we are in the position to succeed. Fraternally, Brett Conroy '10 Alumni Adviser the lion's roar New Hampshire beta Chapter of Sigma Alpha Epsilon SPRING 2014 Visit our new website at Get updates on news and events, find a long lost brother, or make a contribution to New Hampshire Beta. NEW WEBSITE

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