Sigma Phi Epsilon - University of Oklahoma

Spring 2015 Newsletter

Oklahoma Beta Chapter of Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity at the University of Oklahoma

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The Epilog page 2 F rank Heaston '49 knew University of Oklahoma. most of the children opportunity to form a brotherhood told Frank the story of the house, Frank knew that As an undergraduate member, Frank took on the chairman, and historian. He also set up the very starting the tradition of crowning a SigEp sweetheart brothers visited with the first Girl of the Golden when she visited Oklahoma Beta's house rededication Frank's studies in journalism and advertising led him following college, Frank worked for the Oklahoma Louisiana, where he worked in advertising for Hadacol. with a Hollywood cast and a Dixieland band, which big cities. Frank retired in 1969, after working as board of directors for Gardner Ad Agency in Los In 1971, Frank was invited to be a visiting professor Communications. Since Frank loved the opportunity for 17 years and was even the acting director of the After retiring from OU in 1988, Frank's path led the alumni board, chairman of the building committee, was recognized at an alumni reunion in recent years, from Oklahoma Beta. "It's the greatest honor I've Frank encourages alumni to stay connected and participate "The fraternity has given you a lot; give something In his free time, Frank enjoys watching movies 3,000 books. Frank is active at his church and loves ALL PATHS OKLAHOMA I t's an extremely exciting time to be an Oklahoma Beta. SigEp continues to foster an environment that pursues excellence in all facets of our collegiate lives. We strive to set the standard within the OU Greek community for what a top- tier chapter looks like. Oklahoma Beta has provided brothers with the opportunity to establish genuine relationships, become involved on campus, and find the best version of ourselves. Our success as a chapter starts with our recruitment team's ability to recruit well- balanced men who will thrive in the environment of Oklahoma Beta. Our 2014 pledge class has 70 members, all of whom contribute to the success of the chapter. Oklahoma Beta is proud to have placed first with Delta Delta Delta in this year's U-Sing competition. We are victorious in intramurals, poised to excel academically, and driven to hold important positions on campus. Through all of our triumphs, we have a membership that looks to challenge ourselves, seeking new ways to improve. With this mindset, Oklahoma Beta hosted a new philanthropy in November, the Red Door Music Festival. This event featured several prominent bands in order to raise money for Living Water International. We also continue to host the largest philanthropy on campus, The Oklahoma Run to Defeat Diabetes, raising thousands of dollars for the Harold Hamm Diabetes Center. SigEp's diverse membership provides each member with a strong brotherhood experience. We support each other, with the ultimate goal of success in whatever our future endeavors in life may be. Alumni, we encourage you to visit the chapter house next time you are in Norman. Fraternally, Jack Jamison '16 (903) 262-7087 Oklahoma Beta and the ladies of Delta Delta Delta took first place in Oklahoma's 2014 University Sing Competition. They were also awarded crowd favorite, best male lead (Ty Gatewood '18), best act advertisement, and the RPAC award. Oklahoma Betas Set the Standard for Success Bear Mcaffee '15, Jared Deimund '15 enjoy the first Red Door Music Festival philanthropy. Brothers celebrate the 2014 intramural football championship, the third championship in a row for Oklahoma Beta. University Sing directors Jess VanLandingham '16, William Gallagher '16, Luke Kittinger '16, and Ryan Mahon '15 celebrate a victorious performance.

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