The Delta of Sigma Nu – Fall 2014

Table of Contents

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Features

The 66th Grand Chapter
A photo essay captures the biennial meeting of Sigma Nu’s supreme governing body.

“It’s all about honor.”
Curt Menefee’s (Coe) voice fills our living rooms every Sunday in the fall as we sit down to watch our favorite NFL teams. As he begins his ninth year as host of the most-watched NFL pregame show, Brother Menefee shares with us the practical path that has guided his broadcasting career.

Covering the Next Dynasty
ESPN columnist Mark Schlabach (Georgia) talks about landing the biggest scoop of the 2010 college football season and the sequence of events that led him to a career in journalism.

Practice What You Preach
He’s played for legendary coaches and blocked for Hall of Fame running backs. Now, in his role as managing director of a Bay Area investment firm, Tommy Vardell (Stanford) offers up the keys to leadership and building successful teams.

The Future of Food
Georgia Tech Sigma Nus Rob Rhinehart and Matt Cauble could be on the cusp of revolutionizing how the world gets its nutrition.

Departments

From the Editor
Introducing the latest issue.

More at SigmaNu.org
The latest resources and information available at the fraternity’s website.

Conversation
A look back in history.

Updates From Lexington
News from the General Fraternity office in Lexington.

Chapter News
Dispatches from around the country.

Alumni News
News and notes from alumni around the country.

Award Winners
Full list of brothers, chapters and Greek movement leaders who exemplified excellence this biennium.

Bookshelf
What a new book by Simon Sinek can teach us about leadership and creating positive group chemistry. Plus the latest titles by Sigma Nu authors.

Higher Education
Updates on trends in higher education.

Perspectives on Our Past
Grand Historian Bob McCully offers a look at the effort to restore some of Sigma Nu’s most cherished historical artifacts.

Interview
2013 Chapter Advisor of the Year Dr. Mark Himmelein (Mount Union) talks advising, leadership, and the importance of listening to students.

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