Cover Story: Rising from the AshesCover Story: Rising from the Ashes

Cover Story: Rising from the Ashes

For this edition, we share the heartwarming story of how Don Keeley and his community overcame tragedy and what he learned in the process.

Feature Story: This Story Has a Ring to ItFeature Story: This Story Has a Ring to It

Feature Story: This Story Has a Ring to It

An alumni member shares an amusing tale of how his jewelry investment many years ago paid its dividends.

Feature Story: Democracy in ActionFeature Story: Democracy in Action

Feature Story: Democracy in Action

by Thomas J. Dement II & Clark J. Brown, contributing writers The highest governing body of Sigma Alpha Epsilon is the Fraternity Convention. The convention, which is required by the Fraternity Laws to be controlled by an undergraduate majority, has two primary roles: to elect the officers of the national organization and to consider changes […]

Chapter Alumnus: Hilton HeadChapter Alumnus: Hilton Head

Chapter Alumnus: Hilton Head

In the land of palm trees and private estates, we find a group of alumni members who continue to share their bonds.

In Profile: John King BandIn Profile: John King Band

In Profile: John King Band

A non-member has earned the attention of SAE chapters, especially in the South, with his band’s style.


The TGI: Our True Gentleman Day of Service
The TGI: Our True Gentleman Day of Service

Forget the stereotypes of fraternity men. We have 36 examples of good deeds that our members have done to exemplify our creed.

News Briefs: Fall 2013
News Briefs: Fall 2013

Read all the updates, tidbits and good news from our groups and alumni members around the Realm.

Chapter Alumnus: Hilton Head
Chapter Alumnus: Hilton Head

In the land of palm trees and private estates, we find a group of alumni members who continue to share their bonds.

Voice of the ESA: Strength in the Biennium
Voice of the ESA: Strength in the Biennium

Our national president details some of his and his administration’s goals for the 2013-2015 biennium.

Archives: Museum of Yesteryear
Archives: Museum of Yesteryear

Through a rare photo, we take a glimpse at the original museum when our headquarters first opened in the 1930s.