About the Epsilon

The Sigma Phi society was founded at Union College in Schenectady, New York, on March 4, 1827. Sigma Phi is the second member of the Union Triad, making it the oldest social fraternity in continuous national existence.

To learn more about Sigma Phi's rich history, visit our national website.

To access more from this website--including opportunities to submit alumni news electronically, read past issues of the newsletter, and the ability to search for other members--please log in above using your username and password.

Brothers can also visit our One Forest Park Lane website for more information regarding upcoming active and alumni events.

Newsworthy Notices

Legacy Alert!
Do you have a child currently attending Cornell (undergraduate, graduate)? In addition to the satisfaction of simply knowing of this generational connection, the Epsilon directors would like to invite these students to join them at the fall directors meeting dinner in early September. Please email to let Dan Mansoor, C'76, know their names, parents, and emails. Log in now to read about the Legacies we know about and get a caption for this photo.

Brother gets published!
"THE MATERIAL in front of me seems incomprehensible: glucose-dependent insulinotropic peptide, uridine 5-diphosphoglucuronosyltransferase, and, my personal favorite, unconjugated hyperbilirubinemia. Only halfway through my first year of medical school, I am expected to speak a language that few understand and fewer want to hear. To talk the talk, I sit at my desk for hours each night, staring at textbooks that rob me of seeing old friends or exploring the city around me. Despite the fact that my twenties are slowly drifting away, the complexities of the human body are the least of my concerns ... " -Excerpt from op-ed published in The Boston Globe by Nathaniel Morris, C'09, "Complicated Procedures: Healthcare Is an Intricate Subject. Why Define It?" Download a PDF of the full article.


 
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