What's New:

New Trustees Elected to Board of AVC

10/18/2014, Hanover, NH - Members of the Dartmouth SigEp (NH Alpha) Alumni & Volunteer Corporation (AVC) elected brothers Jason Dimarino '97 and Jeff Wagner '07 to the Board of Trustees during the Annual Meeting held on Saturday during Dartmouth's Homecoming Weekend. Retiring from the Board after 18 years of diligent service, Chris Vale '95, was given the "Distinguished Alumni Service Award" from the AVC.

The Board reviewed and approved the 2014-2015 Operating Budget presented by VP of Finance Sam Reckford '81, and took reports from Chapter President Eli Derrow '15, fundraising chair Mike Chapman '76, and Herb Philpott '85 on facilities management and campus issues.

The next meeting of the Board of Trustees is scheduled for 10AM on Sunday, February 8, 2015, at the site of the SigEp Carlson Leadership Academy at the Hilton Hotel in Stamford, CT. All alumni are welcome and encouraged to attend.


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NH Alpha Dominates at Dartmouth Greek Life Awards

5/12/2014, Hanover, NH – The New Hampshire Alpha Chapter of Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity took home numerous organization and individual awards at the Dartmouth Greek Letter Organizations and Societies’ (GLOS) annual awards ceremony last night.

For the third year in a row, SigEp won the O’Connor Cup and the Scholarship Cup. The O’Connor Cup, Dartmouth’s highest Greek honor, is presented annually to the chapter that have been the most outstanding in the principles of scholarship, leadership, service, being inclusive, brotherhood/sisterhood, and accountability.  The award is named after the late Proctor John O'Connor who served Dartmouth College for eleven years. The Scholarship Cup is presented to the fraternity with the highest cumulative GPA for the Academic Year. SigEp’s GPA for the year was 3.592, highest of the 15 fraternities, and more than a tenth of a point above the all campus average.

At the 2014 Dartmouth Greek Letter Organizations and Societies (GLOS) Awards Banquest, from left to right: Balanced Man Steward Josh Hamilton  (Cal BB ’09, Tuck ’15); former Greek Leadership Council (GLC) Moderator Elliot Sanborn ’14, winner of the Greek Man of the Year Award; current GLC Moderator and Chapter Risk Manager Alistair Glover ’15; former Chapter President Connor Watumull ’14, inducted into the Order of Omega; current AVC President Herb Philpott ’85; and NH Alpha Chapter Counselor Derrick Smith ’07.

 

In addition to the Chapter awards, SigEp was well-represented in individual awards.

Elliot Sanborn ’14 was named the Greek Man of the Year. Elliot served as the Chairman of the Greek Leadership Council (GLC) Executive Board. He worked to create and administer the first-year harm reduction policy meeting individually with all the first-years caught breaking the policy and crafting their personal plans to get their recruitment eligibility restored.  Elliot was involved with the Student and President committee on Sexual Assault. He crafted the Dartmouth Code of Standards policy to improve respect and inclusion within the community, and helped amend the GLC constitution adding two new positions of accountability chair and vice chair.  He drove a campus-wide program to provide the Dartmouth Bystander Initiative (DBI) training to all students and making it a requirement for recruitment.  And he guided the process to create a Greek judicial board modeled after SigEp’s Standards Board.  Elliott is a member of Order of Omega (Greek leadership society) and Gamma Sigma Alpha (Greek academic honor society).  The Greek Man of the Year Award recognizes Elliot for his dedication to improving Greek Life at Dartmouth College.

Joseph Singh ’14 received the Academic All-Star Award. A Government major, Public Policy minor, Joseph is an inductee of Phi Beta Kappa and a Rhodes Scholar. He participated in the Government FSP to the London School of Economics after which he was awarded the 2012 Angulo World Experience Award for best academic performance on a Dartmouth FSP. At Dartmouth, he served as the Head Writing Assistant at RWIT and as a Rockefeller Leadership Fellow. He interned at the Institute for Near East and Gulf Military Analysis, Center for a New American Security, Organization for Economic Co-Operation and Development, and Policy Directions Inc. Additionally, he is a Presidential Fellow at the Center for the Study of the Presidency and Congress, Analyst in the Policy Research Shop at Rocky, a member of the Global Policy Practicum on Economic Development in India, and was a previous James O. Freedman Presidential Scholar in the Government department. He has won the Dutton Woods and Foster Burnap scholarships for academic excellence, the Rockefeller Center for Public Policy Grant, Dickey Center for International Understanding Class of 1966 Fellowship, and was a winner in Foreign Affairs magazine's 2012 Student Essay Competition.

The National Greek Honor society, Gamma Sigma Alpha, also recognized graduating seniors with a 3.5 GPA. Receiving a graduation cord to be proudly worn at commencement were SigEps Elliot Sanborn and John Hong.

The National Order of Omega Leadership Honor Society prides itself on selecting the top 5% of Greek students on campus who excel in leadership, scholarship, service and character. SigEps receiving this honor were Connor Watumull, Elliot Sanborn, and Michael Berger.

SigEp brother and incoming Greek Leadership Council Moderator Alistair Glover ’14 closed the GLOS Awards ceremony congratulating all the winners and encouraging continued improvement.

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NH Alpha Wins Scholarship Awards

Hanover, NH, 2/16/2014 – Dartmouth College’s Sigma Phi Epsilon Chapter (NH Alpha) won District awards for scholarship at the Carlson Leadership Academy in Stamford, CT, a regional training event run by the National Fraternity each February.

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2014 SigEp Annual Fund

 

 

This will be the second year of the SigEp Annual Fund.  Many thanks to all of you who donated last year!  When a SigEp brother calls this year, pick up the phone, listen to him and please make a donation to the Annual Fund. 

 

As we did last year, we’ll be keeping track of donation participation by decade.  Help your decade top the participation list and have bragging rights for the year!  Last year, the 70's just barely edged out the 80’s with a participation rate of 12.56%.

 

Our Annual Fund goals this year are $15,000 in donations and 15% participation.  We now have two ways to donate to the Annual Fund:

 

  • Unrestricted donations:  These can be used for the purchase of furnishings for specific rooms at the Chapter House, maintenance of infrastructure items (structure, electrical, electronic, plumbing), support for Alumni reunion events, operating expenditures, etc.  Unrestricted donations are non-tax deductible.
  • For unrestricted donations, use PayPal

                 

 

or send a check made payable to:

Sigma Phi Epsilon NH Alpha AVC

28 Ridge Terrace

Short Hills, NJ  07078

  • Restricted donations:  These can only be used to service the debt on the loans for the new Chapter House.  Restricted donations are tax-deductible.
    • For restricted donations, use the *SigEp National website and select "New Hampshire Alpha Residential Learning Community Annual Fd" from the Chapter Housing Campaign menu.

 

* Please note that although you are donating through the SigEp National website, 100% of your donation will go to the NH Alpha (Dartmouth) chapter.

 

SigEp meant so much to all of us in our undergraduate years.  How many of your friendships established then continue to this day? Consider saying “Thanks” by making a donation.

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