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April 22, 2011
Epsilon Mu Capital Campaign 2011

As you know, the Epsilon Mu Chapter House was built in the 1950s. Since the 1970's very little capital investment has been made in the structure. From 1973 until 2003 no capital campaigns were conducted. This trend was reversed in 2002. Initially, the investment was small. New couches in the living and TV room and a lawn sprinkler system. In 2003 a capital campaign was commenced. Approximately $135,000 was raised and invested in the Chapter House. We installed a sprinkler and integrated smoke detection system, remodeled the showers and bathroom upstairs, replaced the floors throughout the first floor, repaired extensive wood rot on the exterior, repainted the exterior trim, and installed a new roof.

September 29, 2010
Brother Randy Grundy Joins Chapter Celestial

Randy Grundy, a dear friend and TU Kappa Sigma from the early '70s, passed away last night after a courageous battle with cancer. Randy’s funeral will be Saturday at 2 p.m. at Ninde Funeral Home at 3841 S. Peoria, Tulsa..  Please keep Dawn and his family in your heart.

September 19, 2010
September 2010 Alumni Newsletter

The September 2010 Alumni Newsletter has been released. You can download a PDF version here.

August 22, 2010
2010 Kappa Sigma Alumni golf Tournament SAVE THE DATE!!


We are happy to report we have secured a venue for our annual (almost) ALUMNI GOLF TOURNAMENT!! The event will be dovetailed around Homecoming Weekend.

May 23, 2010
Three Generations of Kappa Sigma Visit the International Headquarters

On May 17th, 2010, three generations of Brothers from the Moppert Family visited the International Headquarters in Charlottesville , Virginia.

Edward J. Moppert, Jr. (Eta Prime , Duke'41); Philip E. Moppert (Epsilon-Mu , Tulsa '71) and Edward J. Moppert III (Epsilon-Mu, Tulsa '09)...like father , like son...like grandson. Welcome Brothers!

Moppert Family

Left to Right in photo: Philip E. Moppert (Epsilon-Mu,Tulsa'71); Edward J. Moppert,Jr. (Eta, Duke'41) and Edward J. Moppert,III (Epsilon-Mu,Tulsa'09)

April 5, 2010
Little Light House of Tulsa Benefit Raffle

Dear Family, Friends and Alumni

Each year, as part of our core principles of Leadership, Fellowship, Scholarship, and Service, the men of Kappa Sigma host a fun filled week of fundraising benefiting a deserving charity. We call this week the Kappa Sigma Olympics, and this year it will benefit the Little Light House of Tulsa.

The Little Light House has been serving children since 1972. The Christian organization provides specialized educational and therapeutic services to special needs children through the age of six. What makes the Little Light House truly special is the fact that the charity provides all of its services tuition free. Moreover, as a 501 C3 organization the Little Light House takes no state or federal funds.

Our week consists of multiple events and begins on April 11, continuing until April 17. On Monday we host an all you can eat dinner with all proceeds going directly to the Little Light House. We will visit the Little Light House in person on Tuesday to directly interact with the special needs children. Thursday will host a special brotherhood event. And, on Saturday we hold a series of “Olympic” sporting events followed by our famous dance competition. Throughout the week we will rely on the assistance of the campus community; but more importantly we rely on you, our friends, family and alumni, to make the week a success.

Although we raise money through all of the aforementioned activities, we also hope to raise significant funds by selling raffle tickets from now until April 17. Several runners up will win small gift cards. The second place winner will receive $500 in savings bonds. And, the first place prize is a 46” 1080p HDTV. All prizes have either been donated or paid for in full by the Kappa Sigma fraternity. Proceeds from ticket sales go directly to the Little Light House. We would really like your support in our efforts to help this wonderful cause. Tickets cost one dollar, but are discounted in bulk.

You can purchase tickets below: