The following brothers have been sworn to uphold chapter and national bylaws under authority of a charter granted by National Headquarters as prescribed by The Law of Sigma Nu. The charter is a contract and covenant between the Chapter and General Fraternity. It imposes upon the membership an obligation to adhere to the principles of the “Legion of Honor” and all its policies.
Don Fruge III serves as the Eminent Commander. Rather than focusing on one specific task, he takes on duties as necessary. He is to serve the fraternity by ensuring all members are held to the standards set forth by all. He works with other officers and the chapter as a whole to maintain the long term vision of success and prosperity.
Archie Miller works hand-in-hand with the Commander to achieve his shared vision. He primarily manages all internal operations and directs officer and committee work.
Miles McCuller serves as the treasurer of the Fraternity. His main responsibility is to budget for the rest of the officers, collect dues, and ensure there are no financial issues. He works with his committee to make sure brothers pay as little as possible while still enabling Epsilon Xi Chapter of Sigma Nu to be an active part of campus.
Reid Goodman and Will Truett oversee the social life of Epsilon Xi Chapter of Sigma Nu. They are constantly forming new connections with other Greek organizations around campus. The main priority is to provide opportunities for Sigma Nu to form strong relationships with other houses as Epsilon Xi continues to grow.
Zach Little, Tucker Sala, Miller Hodge, James Graves, and Gunter Walburn take care of the recruitment side of the fraternity. They coordinate events throughout the year to attract the best men to Sigma Nu. They also keep track of potential members for later semesters. Together with their committee they strive to ensure the Epsilon Xi chapter remains the loving, honest, and honorable fraternity that Sigma Nu values.
Steven Young ensures academic excellence throughout the fraternity. He sets all of the academic requirements and strategies. It is his goal to push the brothers of Epsilon Xi Chapter of Sigma Nu to prosper in all scholarly endeavors.
Gray Phillips documents all information from colony gatherings and meetings. He manages all documents and events from officers and copies them to an online list for brothers. He also keeps the official Sigma Nu website up to date with our current roster and standings.
John Henry Andress cultivates a brotherhood atmosphere within Epsilon Xi Chapter of Sigma Nu. His duties include arranging brotherhood events, directing the semester colony retreats, planning any religious events the fraternity may have, and ensuring all internal quarrels are dealt with in a responsible and fair manner.
Risk Reduction Chairman
Beckett Abington advises all brothers on Sigma Nu’s Risk Reduction Policy and ensures these policies are being adhered to at all Epsilon Xi chapter events. He creates strategic plans to safely monitor events while still enabling all guests to have an enjoyable time.
Luke Doyle provides the chapter opportunities to develop their leadership abilities. He does this by organizing LEAD sessions and inviting guest speakers to enlighten the brothers on topics of leadership. LEAD (Leadership. Ethics. Achievement. Development) is Sigma Nu’s award-winning leadership program.
Philanthropy & Service Chairmen
Anderson DeWitt, Christian Storch, and William Gant coordinate all philanthropic and service events hosted by Sigma Nu. Through his leadership, our members will learn the value and impact of servant leadership.
Wyatt Cook and Brooks Habans oversee all athletic events the fraternity participates in. This includes organizing intramural teams, planning practice schedules, and delegating captains for teams. Another important role they play involves corresponding with other Greek organizations and setting up interfraternity or co-ed leagues.
Alumni Relations Chairman
Shane Houston Stephens maintains communication with Sigma Nu alumni, keeping them up to date on the Epsilon Xi chapter. He coordinates events with them to give current brothers a chance to hear stories and get advice. He also contacts alumni for counsel in the affairs of the fraternity to ensure Epsilon Xi achieves it’s greatest potential.
Chase Nadolski, Chris Crowder, and Taylor Johnston guide new candidates as they progress from being a candidate to an initiate in Sigma Nu. They oversee their education of Sigma Nu history, expectations, and information, to ensure they have a strong foundation for their future fraternity career.
Sentinel and House Manager
Lance Hume serves the needs of the Sigma Nu House, its staff, and the residents within the house. He steps in when the house needs attention.