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Bobby Stillwell '56 Chosen as Tau Man of the Year

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The Texas Kappa Sigma Educational Foundation honored University of Texas System Regent Robert L. "Bobby" Stillwell as Kappa Sigma Tau Man of the Year on November 8, in recognition of his extraordinary contributions to the Tau Chapter and the University of Texas System.

 

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Chapter News

Dear Tau Alumni & Parents,

We end this spring semester with profound gratitude to our Kappa Sigma brothers, both alumni and actives, who have made us so proud to be a part of this great fraternity. It has been an extremely exciting time for the Tau Chapter. We had the privilege to honor former UT Chancellor Dan Burck as International Kappa Sigma Man of the Year this spring, we raised $240,000 for the SEALs Legacy Foundation to benefit families of fallen Navy SEALs, and we have a new residence hall underway that will be among the finest fraternity houses in the country when it's completed in 2016.

We have a busy summer ahead as well. Our Grand Masters of Ceremonies for spring and fall, Jake Askew and Miller Gill, will soon launch this year's rush fundraising campaign. A successful rush season is crucial for us to ensure that we have a solid group of leaders and men among us when we open the doors to the new residence hall next year.

We are enthusiastically working to make our chapter the best it can be today and for the future. Our success would not be possible without the support of you, the Tau alumni and parents. We appreciate everything you do for us.

Thank you for your support and encouragement.

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A.E.K.D.B.,
Brad Eral '12
Tau Chapter Grand Master

 

Senior Banquet 2015

Dear Tau Brothers & Parents,

On May 11, I hosted the First Annual Kappa Sigma Tau Chapter Graduation Banquet at the Tau Chapter Lodge. All seniors were invited to participate in the Kappa Sigma Passage Ceremony, signifying graduation from undergraduate initiate to alumnus status. Each was presented a certificate signed by alumnus advisor John Hempfling and myself. I explained to them the importance of initiating their roles as alumni immediately (not at some future date to be determined) and asked each to begin "restocking the woodpile" for those who will follow. Seventeen graduates committed that evening to contribute at least $500 to the Tau Legacy 2015 Campaign. My first Kappa Sig Little Brother, Bryan Plater '84, also attended. It was a memorable evening for all of us.

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A.E.K.D.B.,
Willie Madden '84
Director of Alumni Relations & Capital Campaign

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70th Biennial Grand Conclave

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Kappa Sigma will celebrate another record-breaking biennium July 22-25 at the 70th Biennial Grand Conclave being held at the Flamingo Las Vegas Hotel and Casino.

photoDan Burck '51, this year's International Kappa Sigma Man of the Year, will be keynote speaker on Friday, July 24.

Conclave is held every two years to complete the work of the Order, reflect on past successes while preparing for the future and to share in fellowship with Brothers from across North America.

All undergraduates and alumni volunteers should have received an email with instructions on how to register. You may also click here to register.

 

 

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