Sigma Alpha Epsilon to host charitable crawfish boil April 21

Music, a friendly atmosphere and all-you-can-eat crawfish will be part of the Texas Omega chapter of Sigma Alpha Epsilon’s first philanthropic crawfish boil April 21 at 5 p.m. at the Jesse Rodgers Promenade. Romeo Botelua, mechanical engineering senior, said “We are putting this event together to … [Read more...]

Kappa Alpha Order wins Greek League championship

Recreational Sports League included the Greek League Championship, where Kappa Alpha Order beat Sigma Alpha Epsilon in flag football with a 6-0 lead. KA scored a touchdown early in the first half and fought hard to maintain the one touchdown lead. No one else in the game scored, which left both … [Read more...]

Community service part of life for SAE, Chi-O

Community service can impact lives, not only for those who receive service, but also for those who chose to give back. All through winter, volunteers come to soup kitchens and homeless shelters, putting together meals for the less fortunate in their communities in hot, cramped kitchens. These … [Read more...]

Commentary: Don’t stereotype the Greeks

By now nearly everyone has seen the deplorable video of the Sigma Alpha Epsilon-Kappa chapter at the University of Oklahoma. In the video, members of the fraternity are chanting a racial phrase, and undoubtedly offending millions and hurting the image of SAE and all Greek Life. This use of their … [Read more...]

Arlington tailgating ends in ‘scuffle’

A fight between a member of Sigma Alpha Epsilon and someone associated with Tarleton State University reportedly broke out in the tailgating parking lot at AT&T Stadium during last Saturday's Lone Star Conference Football Festival. Several hundred Midwestern State University students, alumni, … [Read more...]