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Last Chance to Join the Honor Roll

Alpha Sigma Chapter would like to thank the 71 Brothers who have added their names to our Honor Roll this year. Without the loyal support of donors like you, we would not be able to accomplish our goals, hold alumni events, or support our active chapter—so we thank you for playing a vital role.

 

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A Crazy Moment in KA History

“Just relax, play the piano, and leave the driving to us.”

We’re not certain how the brothers got the piano on the back of the car or what the outcome of this crazy contraption was, but there is one thing we’re sure about! This went down as one of the craziest moments in KA history. If you were around this year, we’d love to hear the story behind this snapshot! Send it to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or click “read more” below to share the story in the comments!

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Loyal Donors at the Heart of Alpha Sigma's Success

As we head into the summer, we want to take a moment to thank our loyal donors who helped KA have yet another successful year at Tech. Despite the fact that less than 30% of our alumni have ever supported our annual fund, we’re so grateful for those who do!

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Save the Date: Homecoming Weekend 2017

Homecoming is one of the best times of year. Alumni travel back to campus, with several classes celebrating reunions, and it’s often a great opportunity to stop by the house, meet some undergrads, and catch up with brothers.

So mark your calendars now! This year’s event will take place October 19-21.

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Dr. Bob DeFoor ’87 Uses KA Values Every Day

When Bob DeFoor ’87 checked in with us several years back, he said that he was still using skills and values that he learned at KA every day—whether it be in his personal life, or in his profession as a urologist and surgeon at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital.

“I will always remember Lee’s Definition of a Gentleman that a brother had me memorize for his signature,” Bob said. “This inspirational memorandum values humility and empathy in the use of knowledge and power in relating to others. These are skills that I must use every day when a parent trusts me to take care of their infant or young child both at the bedside as well as in the operating room.”

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