The Charger Bulletin

Donut Dash Replaces Swimsuit Sprint for Second Year

All Participants received a Donut Dash t-shirt.

Nicole Manall, Staff Writer

October 19, 2018

Sigma Alpha Epsilon (SAE) hosted their second annual Donut Dash Saturday, Oct. 13 in the Bixler/Gerber quad. Participants paid $5 and received three donuts and a t-shirt, with proceeds going to Children’s Miracle Network, SAE’s national philanthropy. The dash included more than 70 participants ...

Sigma Alpha Epsilon’s Week of Service

Sigma Alpha Epsilon’s Week of Service

Karina Krul, Student Life Section Editor

March 29, 2017

This past week (March 20-24) was Sigma Alpha Epsilon’s (SAE) week of service. The fraternity organized and participated in various service events throughout the week, from Monday to Saturday. Planning for the event began as early as the end of February, although they began thinking about when to...

SAE’s True Gentleman Week of Service

Karina Krul

April 6, 2016

During the week of March 27, Sigma Alpha Epsilon held their True Gentleman Week of Service. It is the second year they have taken a full week to host these events. They held service events, as well as social events, throughout the week to engage students as well as to raise money and awareness for many...

Swimsuit Sprint Kicks Off Homecoming Weekend

Glenn Rohrbacker

October 28, 2015

This year’s Homecoming Weekend kicked off on Friday, Oct. 23 with the fourth annual Swimsuit Sprint and Fall Concert. The evening started around 6 p.m. when students flocked to Kayo Field to donate their clothes to the Salvation Army. Sigma Alpha Epsilon Fraternity and SCOPE sponsored the even...

SAE Tackles Cancer With Powderpuff

Caitlin Duncan

October 7, 2015

The brothers of Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity hosted their annual “Tackle Breast Cancer Powderpuff Tournament” on Oct. 4. Women on campus were encouraged to put together teams of seven to 12 to participate in flag football games. All money raised at the tournament was donated to the California Breast...

Sprint into Homecoming

Miriam Correia

October 29, 2014

Sigma Alpha Epsilon and SCOPE with cosponsors ACJA, BSU, USGA, OSA, and Communications Club brought the Swimsuit Sprint to the UNH campus for the third year in a row Friday, Oct. 24. As usual, it drew a large crowd. The Swimsuit Sprint is a fundraising event that doubles as an entertainment event. The reason for the fundraiser is to dona...

A Sprint to the Party

Brenda Bussulwa

October 23, 2013

On Friday, Oct. 18 in chilly weather as the day was ending, students gathered in their bathing suits at Kayo Field to participate in the second annual Swimsuit Sprint at the University of New Haven. Bins were filled and almost full with the clothes they had been willing to strip off and donate to the Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals. Studen...

Sigma Alpha Epsilon’s Give Back Night at On The Border

Ross Weiner

February 14, 2013

On Jan. 30, Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity hosted a fundraiser at the restaurant On the Border, located at the Christmas Tree shopping center in Orange, Conn. This event was a big success for SAE. Many Greek organizations at the University of New Haven do fundraising events at restaurants to raise money...

Swimsuit Sprint Goes Out with a “Chiddy” Bang

Jessica Pena

November 7, 2012

What does a swimsuit sprint, Chiddy Bang and the University of New Haven have in common? Hosting the biggest event of the semester so far, while also donating money to the Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals and clothes for New Haven families through UNH’s Midnight Run program. On Oct. 26, the fraternity...

UNH Student Named “True Gentleman” of the Year by National Fraternity

The Charger Bulletin

September 26, 2012

By Donovan Linder Kenneth Hall ‘13, of Bath, Maine, a business management and music industry double major, was named the “True Gentleman of the Year” at the national Sigma Alpha Epsilon’s (SAE) 77th John O. Moseley Leadership School over the summer. It is the highest honor given by the fratern...

Hats off to Sigma Alpha Epsilon

Laura Pisano

October 26, 2011

Last weekend, the brothers of Sigma Alpha Epsilon (SAE) banded together to save the life of one of their own. The brothers were hiking at East Rock Park in New Haven, when one brother locked up and went into a seizure. The brothers immediately sprang into action. Two of the brothers, Patrick Richards, ...

Sigma Alpha Epsilon

The Charger Bulletin

September 16, 2010

By Kenny Hall, Contributing Writer The Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity is the newest Greek-letter organization recognized by the University of New Haven's USGA. Sigma Alpha Epsilon, SAE, has only been a colony for less than a year, but still has had an enormous impact at the University of New Haven....

ASME Students Create Car High in Power

The Charger Bulletin

April 21, 2010

7:30 in the morning. A typical time at UNH where the quad is empty, Bartels is just waking up, and classes have yet to begin. But for students in the ASME organization, 7:30 has an entirely different meaning. Senior Michael Ingmanson and sophomores Matt Zwilling and Charles DiGuglielmo are on their way...

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