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DU, but we were on probation my first few years.
The brothers threw a Christmas party and invited alumni and administration. They needed a tree so one of them decided to cut one down from campus. Unfortunately, the college was an arboretum, so every tree was tagged. One of the administrators noticed the tag and was furious since the tree was quite rare and had been a gift from a Japanese dignitary. Oops.
Thanks to MOFNY for finally getting me motivated to start a website:
Here is a link to the cameo section:
[MENTION=2659]tpeichel[/MENTION] - That's hilarious haha
The Albert Belle Collector
Entire Private Collection: 2,627/2,891 - 90.9%
Accomplished my impossible quest for +90% in October 2016
I was a Sigma Nu at Sam Houston State University. MUMU chapter hence the "mm161" being my PIN number.
It was fun at time and a pain in the ass at others but it is something I will always remember and miss met a lot of good people and it helped me get a great job after graduating.
Profar, Gallo, Brinson, Alfaro, Guzman, Maraza, Williams, Odor, Beras, Sardinas, Buckel
Never made it out of community college lol
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Currently a PIKE at the University of North Dakota
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Had just enough money to pay the tuition.
I collect George Brett (especially SGC graded)
I'm a proud Sigma Chi alumni from Arkansas State University (hence the username). Met some wonderful people and lifelong friends there...as well as my wife of 5 years at a get together with one of the sororities. Also a lot of contacts in the business world that are already paying dividends. I laugh at the people that make comments like the one dude who said he didn't have to "buy" friends. I understand it's not for everybody but you don't have to put something down just because you don't understand it.
Sigma Chi Alumni-Arkansas State University
In Hoc Signo Vinces
Nope. I had just left the fraternity of the USN, serving on a submarine for 4 years and was an older, returning student. Didn't see the point of it.
Beta Theta Pi. Eta Delta chapter at the University of Dayton.
I know the perception of fraternities is that great but really we were nothing like that. I was not involved as I could have been but I know many brother who really got a lot out of it.