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Sigma Phi Epsilon, an on-campus Greek fraternity at the University of Nebraska at Kearney, recently won the Chapter Home of the Year Award at the Carlson Leadership Academy held in Overland Park, Kan.
A.J. Rose, UNK Sigma Phi Epsilon vice president of communications, said: “I feel that this award is important, because it validates a lot of what we try to do at the house.
“It helps to instill pride in each member, and it’s something to be proud of,” he said adding, “It makes all the hard work that we put into making it a great house worth it. We spent a lot of time last summer painting and fixing up the house.”
The award goes to one Sigma Phi Epsilon house in the Midwest region each year. It is awarded to the house that is kept up the best, with the best atmosphere and the best representation of Sigma Phi Epsilon. There were more than 30 other chapters from the Midwest in competition for the award.
UNK’s Gamma Chapter of Sigma Phi Epsilon has been established for 39 years.
The current UNK Sigma Phi Epsilon officers are listed below alphabetically by their hometowns, along with their official house positions:
Justin Meuret, vice president of programming
Lucas Froeschl, vice president of member development
Jared Blanton, chaplain
Pat Campbell, vice president of recruitment
A.J. Rose, vice president of communications
Seth McCormick, vice president of finance
Mike Saniuk, president