2015 College of Chapters Visits Lexington

College of Chapters attendees spent the morning taking guided tours of VMI and the Sigma Nu Headquarters Shrine. Here Roanoke, Va.-based photographer David Hungate follows a group of West Coast students visiting Lexington for the first time.

1. Attendees walk the 65 yards from the commemorative marker to the founding site on the VMI Parade Ground.

Sigma Nu's College of Chapers Meeting

2. College of Chapters attendees walk by VMI’s Preston Library.

Sigma Nu's College of Chapers Meeting

3. The VMI admissions office, formerly an early meeting place of Sigma Nu’s Alpha Chapter.

Sigma Nu's College of Chapers Meeting

4. Leadership Consultant Tyler Richter gives a tour of the founding marker on the VMI Parade Ground.

Sigma Nu's College of Chapers Meeting

5. Students walk from the founding location towards the Old Barracks where James Frank Hopkins lived as a cadet.

Sigma Nu's College of Chapers Meeting

6. One student touches a piece of the limestone outcropping that was moved from the VMI Parade Ground to the front of the Headquarters Shrine.

Sigma Nu's College of Chapers Meeting

7. Photographing The Rock.

Sigma Nu's College of Chapers Meeting

8. Touring the Sigma Nu Headquarters Museum.

Sigma Nu's College of Chapers Meeting

9. Leadership Consultant Travis Galloway guides a group through the Hall of Honor, the highest distinction that can be bestowed upon a brother in Sigma Nu based on service to the fraternity.

Sigma Nu's College of Chapers Meeting

10. The Commander’s throne in the Alpha Room at Headquarters.

Sigma Nu's College of Chapers Meeting

11. A line of the Creed on display above the entrance to the Honor Library.

Sigma Nu's College of Chapers Meeting

12. Regent Joe Francis offers remarks in VMI’s Jackson Memorial Hall.

Sigma Nu's College of Chapers Meeting

13. VMI’s Jackson Memorial Hall.

Sigma Nu's College of Chapers Meeting

One thought on “2015 College of Chapters Visits Lexington

  1. Rick Harbin says:

    Always enjoy visiting Headquarters. Everyone is so hospitable.

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