Three fraternities hosting reunions

Greek organizations have long played a major role in the Trine University community, with nearly 50 percent of students actively participating today. Over the weekend of April 13-15, three fraternities will host reunions to honor alumni and current brothers.

Sigma Phi Epsilon

The brothers of Sig Ep will celebrate their 50th reunion with several hundred guests returning to campus for a weekend full of activities. On Friday, brothers will tour campus and receive a behind-the-scenes look at all the recent growth. After alumni and house meetings Saturday afternoon, brothers will enjoy the Sweetheart Ball and Spring Formal. For more information on cost or activities, contact Josh Boehme at jrboehme11@gmail.com or visit trinesigep.com.

Tau Kappa Epsilon

The current brothers of TKE will host alumni on campus for their annual reunion weekend on April 13-14. The reunion kicks off Friday with campus-wide activities to welcome alumni back to Angola. Saturday morning, the group will assemble for meetings and activities to build excitement for their new house, currently under construction on campus. Saturday evening, TKE will participate in the 50th Annual International Night, an event TKE brothers have volunteered at and supported for more than 10 years.

Sigma Phi Delta

The Kappa Chapter of the Sigma Phi Delta fraternity at Trine is hosting its Spring EOT Alumni weekend on April 14. The weekend will include lunch, the Semi-Annual Alumni Meeting, a cocktail hour, and a Brotherhood dinner. Lunch will be served prior to the meeting, which will take place at the fraternity house (401 College St) at noon. Alumni, be sure to have your dues up to date, and if you will not be able to attend, be sure to submit a proxy. The cocktail hour and Brotherhood dinner will take place at Timbers in Angola, and will include marinated chicken breast and roast beef. Pricing for the weekend is as follows: $25 - Active (single), $35 - Active (w/ date), $40 - Alumni (single), $50 - Alumni (w/ date). Payment includes dinner at Timbers as well as a custom Sigma Phi Delta pack of playing cards. For more information, contact brothers at kappalumn@sigmaphidelta.org or visit kappa-alumni.sigmaphidelta.org.