Kappa Sigma — 200 West College Street
The brothers of Alpha-Pi of Kappa Sigma welcome you to Wabash. We’ve been at the College since 1895 and are proud of our Brotherhood. The decision to attend Wabash, we agree, is a life-changing and wonderful decision; the decision to rush Kappa Sigma has enriched our experience, as well as given us principles to follow for the rest of our lives.
Kappa Sigma is a lifelong brotherhood focused on scholarship, leadership, fellowship, and service. We promote these values in our everyday living in and out of the Chapter house, in our relationships with each other, and our interactions with others. Our motto, “Some may equal, but none excel,” drives us to be better men at all times. We encourage every member, brother and pledge, to be active and engaged on campus. Kappa Sigmas have served on the Student Senate, acted as editors of publications, competed in athletics and academic competitions, and directed plays for the theatre department.
Brothers of the house come from almost every region of the country and major in almost every department of the College, allowing all brothers to enjoy the benefits of academic diversity. The topics of discussion at our dinner tables range from the plays of Sophocles to the theories of Hobbes, from the forces of supply and demand to the intricate works of Joseph Conrad.
We hope you’ll stop by the Kappa Sigma house — there’s never been a better time to be a Kappa Sigma. Our brothers are waiting to talk with you, and answer any questions you may have.
Kappa Sigma Leadership
Gerald Randle '22--President (firstname.lastname@example.org)
David Kendall ’66, President Clinton’s Personal Attorney
Rick Sasso ’82, Spine Surgeon, President of Indiana Spine Group
Jay Allen ’79, Managing Director, Banc of America Securities
Dr. Robert Einterz ’77, Founder of the IU-Kenya Partnership
Tom Fisher ’91, Solicitor General, State of Indiana
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