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Hollywood's iconic cowboy was a KA brother at Alpha Sigma

Hollywood's iconic cowboy was a KA brother at Alpha SigmaPerhaps no actor has ever been more associated with a genre of film than Randolph Scott was with the western. For decades, Scott played quintessentially American characters in that most quintessentially American style of movies.

He was good at playing the strong, silent type who was adept at protecting his friends and the women-folk — just what you’d expect from a brother in the Kappa Alpha Order.

A Southern gentleman through and through, Scott was born in Virginia in 1898 but raised in North Carolina. He attended Georgia Tech for a time and joined Alpha Sigma Chapter. But his dreams of becoming a football star for the Ramblin’ Wreck weren’t to be, so he went back home to North Carolina and finished his studies at UNC before heading west.

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We want to hear how you met

We want to hear how you metValentine’s Day is fast approaching. So it’s time for one of our favorite traditions: We’re asking you to send us stories of how you met your significant other!

People enjoy tales of “how we met.” There’s something about a good saga of amore that warms our hearts in the dead of winter. But we need your cooperation!

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Take a peek at this photo from Alpha Sigma’s past

Look what we've found! It's a photo from Alpha Sigma’s past. Do you know the brothers in the photo? Perhaps you're one of them. Click here and give us the background story on this photo. When we get the scoop on this picture, we'll share it in a future eLetter.

We have numerous photos like this in our archives, but we need more! If you have old pictures from your Kappa Alpha Order days, send them along to us. We're sure that your brothers would like to see them.

Brothers travel to see Yellow Jackets’ bowl

Kappa Alpha Order brothers Jim Elliot’ 79 and Barry Cox ‘82 traveled to Jacksonville for the game. While they were there, they met up with Brother Joe Putnal ’80. They also saw the daughter of Brother Chuck Haley ’86 while they were in town (see photo).

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During this Christmas season, please give to Alpha Sigma

During this Christmas season, please give to Alpha SigmaIn this season of giving, please remember your brothers at Kappa Alpha Order.

Thanks to Alpha Sigma Chapter, you learned about the seven principles of reverence, gentility, service, leadership, knowledge, perseverance and excellence. With a gift this Christmas season, you’ll be helping other young men discover these great principles – ones that no doubt had an important influence on your life.

When you contribute to the Alpha Sigma Alumni Association, you’re helping to maintain the house we still call home and fund undergraduate programs that changed our lives for the better.

Kappa Alpha Order Alpha Sigma Chapter has given so much to so many. Please help us continue to do so.

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