While You Were Thinking...
April 10th, 2013, 4:45 - 6:30pm
Posted on Apr 9th, 2013
Sigma Phi Epsilon & Omega Psi Phi fraterities at the University of Nebraska Omaha present a "What Women Want" discussion were there are "no holds barred." This event will take place April 10, 2013 on UNO's campus inside of CPACS 101 (College of Public Affairs and Community Service). This event is open to the public.
Representatives from 17 fraternities and sororities will be present as well as Dustin Wolfe, UNO's Greek Life Advisor to mediate. All Greek Life students and attendees are encouraged to wear their letters during this event.
UNO Gateway featured a story in their paper. (4/9/13)
The Omaha World Herald featured a story in their paper. (4/8/13)
There has been a Facebook Event page made for more information.
SigEp Takes 1st in Intramural Basketball
Posted on Feb 27th, 2013
The brothers of Nebraska Beta take home first place this evening in UNO Intramural Sports men's basketball. The team competed in 7 total games this session and ended their session at an undefeated 7-0-0.
SigEp went into the playoffs participating in three sports with four teams:
- SigEp A (men's basketball)
- SigEp B (men's basketball)
- SigEp (men's soccer)
- SigEp (men's volleyball)
The chapter played a total of 18 games prior to the playoffs which set their record at 14-4-0. Despite their effort to lock in victories in both Soccer and Volleyball, the chapter enjoyed their final game of the session which secured their lead amongst other participating UNO Greek Fraternities. Out of the entire session, SigEp played all of the other three IFC chapters and won with all four teams with the exception of one loss in SigEp B basketball.
SigEp continues their endeavor to build themselves into balanced men and to become leaders in the world's communities.
(Pictured L-R: Matt R., Sam G., Cody B., Ephraim H., Bernie L., Mickey L., Pat W., Bob P.)
Brother Hinkel Travels to Greek Values Conference
Posted on Feb 6th, 2013
Brother Scott Hinkel has been chosen, among other Interfraternity Council (IFC), Panhellenic Council (PHC), Multicultral Greek Council (MGC), and National-Panhellenic Council (NPHC) representatives to attend a national conference. The conference that these students will attend is known as the Association of Fraternal Leadership and Values (AFLV). This year's AFLV for the Central region is held in Indianapolis, Indiana. AFLV is an annual event where College Greeks from accross the central region will travel to one place and be educated on a variety of topics related to their everyday interactions. Interactions such as hosting exchanges with other organizations on campus, assisting University public relation programs, and even sessions on how to manage risk as an organization.
Brother Hinkel is currently studying in a Pre-Med/Nursing program at the University of Nebraska Omaha. Hinkel serves as the Sigma Coordinator for the Nebraska Beta Chapter along with Brother Lee O'Doherty.