Sigma Alpha Epsilon - University of New Hampshire

Spring 2015 Newsletter

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

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T he past semester was a busy and productive one for the gentleman of New Hampshire Beta. Amid their studies, recruiting, and other obligations, the chapter participated in and sponsored a wide array of events that show their diversity and passion for being involved on campus. These events fortify the values of the True Gentleman that the members exhibit on a daily basis. Giving back to the community is one of the most rewarding endeavors the chapter participates in, and the chapter went above and beyond to give back to the town of Durham and surrounding communities. Partnering with the Children's Miracle Network, the chapter hosted a concert with the band AER in September. In addition to a great experience for those attending, the chapter raised several hundred dollars to donate to the Children's Miracle Network. The chapter also got together in December and, with the help of other Greek organizations, donated hundreds of dollars' worth of toys to Toys for Tots. NH Beta began a relationship with a food bank in Portsmouth and has helped prepare meals and snacks for those in need. This is a relationship we look forward to being a part of for years to come. One of our brothers, Joseph Tumber '15, initiated an after-school program at the Oyster River Elementary School called Science Fridays where students are brought around town and taught science through different activities with brothers. The brothers also continued their involvement in Clean-up Durham by picking up trash all over the town and being responsible for cleaning an area of highway just outside of town. We look to continue and broaden our level of involvement to make the town of Durham and the University a better place to live. We hope that our diverse involvement shows the town and University of New Hampshire that we are far from stereotypical in regards to fraternities. Alumni involvement is critical to the development of leaders, and the alumni association and alumni advisory board are always looking for alumni to join us. We would also like any interested alumni to get in touch and come see the house, the brothers, and the remarkable progress we have made since coming back to campus. Feel free to get in touch with me or any member of the chapter. Fraternally, Brett Conroy '10 Chapter Advisor the lion's roar New Hampshire beta Chapter of Sigma Alpha Epsilon SPRING 2015 Chapter FoCuses on GivinG BaCk to Community Volunteer on the NH Beta alumni association or alumni advisory board. Contact Brett Conroy '10 for more information. Philanthropy and community events have been a priority for NH Beta this semester.

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