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SIGMA Brotherhood was one of the defining characteristics that described Sigma Nu. Everything that Sigma Nu did revolved around the brotherhood and friendships that were made throughoOt the y?w at the University of Michigan. The annual Si meNNu football run exemplified the attitude toward commitmHntVi the house, to one another, and to the community. Evepwear for the past ten years, the Sigma Nu chapters frorn JyHchigan adB Michigan State ran the game ball the distance from Easy Lansing to Ann Arbor to raise money for the United Way. The support for brotherhood also reached the athletic fields where Sigma Nus were always among the top intramural teams within the fraternity league. Diversity was another characteristic used to describe Sigma Nu. Brothers in the house were involved in activities throughout c npus that rangtedffrom varsity sports to academic his m anc ,i g and learning that made the of individuals created an honor societ environment house even st Last it certaiHly K t least was the social aspect of the house. Wjiijiier it wasror Tials to Toronto or date parties to Piston games, Sigma Nu was always ready to reduce the pressures of studying by going out and having a good time. The memories created by the house will forever be with all the members and will help to continue on the legacy of excellence at Sigma Nu. Dave BaumanMember 288 Greeks ?
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Showing their wild side, Michelle Archamheau, Becky Lowandowski, Anne Marie Valentine, and Kelly Korniski have fun at Carry-In with Alpha Tau Omega. The annual party was a celehration of the new pledges actually heing carried in to their new house. Photo by the Picture Man Activities: - " Lick Alzhimer ' s " Philanthropy fundraiser -Intiation week in January -Pledge Retreat The sisters ot Sigma Kappa: FIRST ROW: Julie Chum:, Dana Shapiro, Deborah Hea, Erin Cerling. Julio Tsai, Tracey Taketa, Nellie Yeretsian, Sarah IVMar, Mary Gray, Joanna Hoepner, Shari Epstein, Lisii Bullaro, Erin Frances, Rebecca Schichtel, Stephanie Klempner, Susan Sternteld, Jnlie Greenbaum, Jennifer Reid , Jill l.uwin, Lynn Horwit:, lllana Feiglm, Heather Alhrecht. Alison Wiland.JennifcrGrossman.LanaKosinky, Karen Luiwin.RoopalPujaraSECOND: Lauren Kalette, Danielle McCarron, Lauren Pray, Jenny Kim, Hekli Matiynw, Lauren Fisher. Renee Rienetke, Kris Readwin, Kristen Kelly, Danielle Nattulin, Amy Schwallier, Mary Raines, Lisa Koch, Courtney Leshm, Leah C iershon, Jill Spiker, Amy St. Clair, Kate Paslin, Melanie Farrow, Courtney Amann, S.ir.i Love. Wendy Mark, Adena Edwards THIRD: Melissa Koenigsherg. Amanda Kowal, Tammy Tencer, Tracy Geller, Rebecca Dawson, Karlee D.ivi-., Sue Dnx:o[[, Roslyn Stahl, Lisa Randa::o, AlissiCardona, Kristen Misner, Becky Kat:, Michelle McUmayh, Andee Weissman, Lori Brederick, Amber McGovern, liana S:yllt ' r, Allison Bera, Joyce Heyman, Vicki Nahmad, Vicki Price, Michele Enylehart, C hristi Small, Suseela Pevendnin, Margie Lee, L -b IVmbluiK. Micki Ko, Laura Grice, Lynn Kayner, Rebecca McLaury, Amy Foster, Cathy Arend, Hillarv ( " ohen, Jill Linderorh, Sapna Yatlu raj, Beth ElnxLLindsay L vlin, Christina Dronsejk.i, Erica McGreuor.SusieClifford FOURTH: Michelle Bareki, Jessica Smith, Dawn Montegue, Michelle Collier, Laura DeFouw, Stephanie Logan, Peb Parver, Julie Neenan, Cindy Nam, Melanie Babe ock.TriciaChaya .Holly Bery, Julie Smetana, Chrisi Oppmann, Becky Lewandowski, Kelly Korniski, Allison Stevens, Bea Gon:ale:, Michelle Archaink-au, AnneMarie Valentine, Tejal Kamdar, Brigitt Casselman, Anne Goldberg, Neesha Hathi, Megan Moore, Allison Elder, Kimberly l " Xichelet, Courtney Patterson, Jennifer Conrad, Adina Hudak, Lisa Garcia, Vicki Berger, Colleen Long, Melissa Gilde, Julie Stacey Photo by The Picture Man " Intiation is special for pledges and actives. The boundary between them fades and we start acting as one. " -Tracy Geller At their Mickey Gilley ' s two-way party with Sigma Phi Epsilon, many of the sisters that were juniors huddle in close after taking a hreak from partying. As senioras, the same girls looked back with fond memories as their days as active Sigma Kappas came to a close. Photo by The Picture Man Greeks 287
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Scholastic pursuits were not the only things for which the Sigma Nus were known. Taking a hreak during the winter term, the brothers relaxed in the pool and soaked up some rays before they headed back to cold Ann Arbor. Photo courtesy of Sigma Nu Activities: -Annual football run with Michigan State for United Way Fund -Formal to Toronto The brothers of Sigma Nu: FRONT ROW: Mike Walsh, Dave Bauman, Greg Thome, Mike Shmidt, Jeff Gregory SECOND: Darrio Prime, Ross Caardon, Chris LaRocco, Stu Levanhach, Shalin Patel, John Boezinger, Naven Jeerreddi, John Lee, Todd Galloway THIRD: Tom Soloczuk, Peter Thorell, Mattt Muscarelle, Luke Johnson.Todd Rulman, Steve Maringer, Sean McBride, Mike Villaverde, Rouzheh Ashaayeri, Dave Fine, John Draper FOURTH: Monie Hussain, Jeff Cordover, Walter Perkel, Tom Read FIFTH: Kyle Shaw, Eric Koto, Olver Wrefard, Phil Brillantes, Grady Burnett, Jason Van Ittersun, Mike Leone, Sean O ' Riordan, Satheesh Gunaga, Steve Ellis, Brady Busch SIX: Jamie Urman, Brice Schuster, Jeff Staloch, Ian Murray, Jphn Brilliant, Aaron Saidman, Mark Burggraaff, Steve Francane Not Pictured: Dave Cohen, Jesse Efrun, Rohert Poli, Shaun Burkholder, Carlos Bustos, Murray Cotter, Mark Hoffman, Doug Kiligman, Brian Messner, Matt Nixon, Dan Rantal, Andy Szot, Brad Tinkham, David Yoon, John Murino Photo by Jimmy Bosse " Leaving home was tough, but Sigma Nu was great because it turned out to be my home away from home. " -Mike Schmidt As they get set to board the bus home, the Sigma Nu pledges say goodbye to the Perm State. The annual walkout was one of the highlights of the pledge term. Every new pledge class went to a different Sigma Nu house across the country each term. Photo courtesy of Sigma Nu Greeks 289
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