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For many of us, Sigma Nu was an important part of our Penn experience. Whatever your key takeaways from your time at Penn, I think we can all agree on this: Sigma Nu’s impact extends far beyond our brief time at the chapter house.

Here are 5 reasons Sigma Nu still matters after you graduate, according to your fellow Alumni Brothers:

"Homecoming. We had some great times hanging out with legacy brothers and building lasting memories." - Vance Duncan '85

"The social events were great as were the friendships I made--with commuters as well as those who lived in the house like myself. I currently still stay in touch with my Brothers over the phone." - Daniel Cowell '56

"The great experiences at college with brothers, the life-long friendships." - Hartwell Davis '59

"I was Historian my Sophomore year so I do have a scrapbook with photos of a party or two, knee football in the chapter room, some of the brothers and dates at the spring formal, and some of the pledge rituals you might not want to know about in 2020. Some photos of the SAM house the day it caught fire. I've been wanting to scan them in and send them to someone who may want to screen them before publishing them. Practices that weren't terrible, but may not be appreciated now. I think the House has improved considerably in the last 50 years. I'm proud of those achievements." - Michael Cantelmo '67

"All of it from the good and bad times living in the house to the reunions and place to go back to. I realized at the last homecoming that I knew alums from the early 1920s (including Rox Reynolds) and was talking to brothers who would graduate in the early 2020s. 100 years of Beta Rho at the 125th reunion." - Mitch Zimmer '76

Do you have your own Sigma Nu story to share? Visit the Submit an Update page to send it in and we’ll include it in our next e-letter.