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Homecoming This Weekend!

Homecoming This Weekend!Homecoming Weekend will be October 27-29. From the Ramblin' Reck Parade to the game against Duke, the weekend is bound to be a great one. Mark your calendars now and join us to celebrate your Yellow Jacket pride and reconnect with your fellow KA brothers. Click here for more information about this year's festivities. 

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Alpha Sigma Welcomes 14 New Pledges

This summer, we hosted a lot of rush events, including attending a couple of Braves Games, an event at Dixie Motor Speedway, Roller Derby date night, and karaoke at the house. By the end of the summer, we had 8 guys take bids, and by the end of formal rush, we had a total of 14 new guys. Read on for a list of our newest brothers and to learn more about them. 

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Milton Pope ’52 Shares Lt. Everett Shields' Story

Milton Pope ’52 Shares Lt. Everett Shields' StoryThis summer, we shared the story of Jim Hunter, a fallen Vietnam War hero who earned many exceptional awards for his gallantry. This story prompted brother Milton Pope ’52 to share the story of his brother First Lt. Everett Lee Shields ’50, who was also regarded as a war hero when he served in the Korean War in the ’50s. Read on for the full story. 

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David McCandless Says KA Experience Teaches Many Valuable Lessons

David McCandless Says KA Experience Teaches Many Valuable LessonsKA has undoubtedly changed our lives and provided us with leadership skills that have benefited our professional success. David McCandless ’11 said, "Through KA, I learned to respect the chain of command, how to empower people, that change does happen but sometimes takes time, and to choose your battles wisely."

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Dogs Dixie and Scarlett Were Part of the KA Family In the 1980s

Dogs Dixie and Scarlett Were Part of the KA Family In the 1980sWe recently asked our alumni members to caption this photo, and Frederick Hampton ’83 said that he was the brother pictured petting the house dogs, Dixie and Scarlett, back in 1981. Frederick said that, although he doesn’t remember how the dogs actually came to live at the house, they were adopted and cared for by all the brothers. “They were fun-loving and good-natured dogs for sure,” Rick said.

The dogs loved to walk through campus and be outside, and when one of them was unfortunately hit by a car, the brothers immediately rushed to her side.

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