Allisen Hagemeyer, former Sweetheart of the Sigma Chi Zeta Psi Chapter at the University of Cincinnati was announced as our Fraternity's International Sweetheart for 2017-2019. Hagemeyer was part of the top three candidates at the 81st Grand Chapter in Providence, Rhode Island. She will act as an ambassador for Sigma Chi for the next two years through her involvement in philanthropic and key events, interacting with undergraduates and their chapters.
Brothers James Kastner and Aaron Benwic were recently named Huntsman Leadership Scholars for 2017, having attended the Horizons Huntsman Leadership Summit in Snowbird, UT this month. Read more about their experiences here.
Whalers win the hockey final over the commerce Titans.
With 7 minutes remaining in the second period, the Whalers were facing a 3-0 deficit. 2 minutes later, the comeback started 3-1. The whalers would battle hard to try and get back in this game. With 3 minutes left, the Whalers make it 3-2 on a powerplay goal. 1 minute left, tie game and in over time the brothers brought it home.
The Sigma Chi Eagles won the UBC Rec - Handley Cup Soccer League Final for the 3rd year in a row. This year, tough competition brought onto the field by Regent College, but the Eagles were able to finish strong in the second half to take home the trophy with a score of 2-1.
Our Sweetheart, Denea Bascombe, does not seem too impressed by the performance taking place at our annual event, Gong Show. Needless to say, there were a wide array of skits but we hope Denea was able to enjoy a relaxed night hanging out with the Brothers of Sigma Chi.
We were honoured to invite Kate McLaughlin to become the Sigma Chi Fraternity - Delta Omicron Chapter's Sweetheart for 2015-16. Here Kate is pictured alongside all the past Sweethearts of our chapter at Sweetheart Ball. The ladies look stunning! (left to right: Florence Clifford, Kate McLaughlin, Denea Bascombe, Laura Jackowich)