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In the midst of pandemics and job worries, family matters and just daily life in general, it’s easy to forget all that our Kappa Sigma experience gave us and still gives. 

Leadership opportunities at the Alpha-Delta house, camaraderie with our fellow Alpha-Delta brothers, life-changing philanthropy projects and friendships that will last a lifetime — it’s a lot to be thankful for. For many of us, those experiences made us into the men we are today. 

We surveyed Kappa Sigma alums from all across the country about their Kappa Sigma experiences and they echoed this sentiment precisely. Their college years just wouldn’t have been the same without Kappa Sigma. Check out a selection of their survey responses below on what Kappa Sigma meant to them. It won’t take long for you to start nodding your head in agreement. You might even be inspired to pick up the phone and call up one of your fellow Kappa Sigs to rekindle some old memories. 

Have a thought or two of your own you’d like to share with your fellow alumni? CLICK HERE to fill out our survey, and you may see your Alpha-Delta memories, photos or reflections published in a future newsletter or eLetter. 


"The fraternity was important in my life back then, and that remembrance pulls a little on the heartstrings.  Also, seeing the names of some of the guys I went to school with also give money creates a little desire to join them again to, in a way, support our group of guys.  Finally, I’ve done well enough in my life to give back a little."  David Dick '74


"The most valuable part of my Kappa Sig experience is the Brotherhood as it continues now 49 years after having graduated."  V. Paul O'Brien '71


"I thoroughly enjoyed my years at KS and the enduring friendships I made. Many of the friendships have been maintained over the past 50 years since graduation.  I don't get to football games but have attended the recent reunions of the '69-70 (and others) classes. I'm amazed at how successful most of us were during our working careers."  Louis Koehler '69