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For many of us, SigEp was an important part of our Penn experience. Whatever your key takeaways from your time at Penn, I think we can all agree on this: SigEp’s impact extends far beyond our brief time at the chapter house.

Here are 5 reasons SigEp still matters after you graduate, according to your fellow Alumni Brothers:

"I still see guys from my pledge class now and then, and I see brothers from other pledge classes pretty often living in New York City. I thank SigEp for so many of my closest friendships, even with those I may not be able to easily catch up all that often, or with those I haven't seen in years." - Holden Rolfs '15

"Decades later the people I keep in touch with the most from my Penn days are my Sig Ep brothers. Lifelong friendships. Great bunch of guys, many student leaders who had a tradition of mentoring younger brothers who were interested in student leadership activities and then paving the way for us to move into those spots. I still enjoy mentoring young people today as a result! Nowadays it's meeting young brothers and telling stories from my era and answering any questions they may have. Bridging Penn Delta history as best as possible! Attending the Raymond McCron dinners in NYC to connect with brothers from my era and meeting new ones." - Bruce Yuen '83

"Learning Robert’s Rules was the most valuable lesson I learned at SigEp. My two closest friends today are from the fraternity." - Mark Spencer '78

"Building great, lasting friendships. Still the best friendships I've ever made and continue to build on that friendship even today." - Dan Olson '99

"The most valuable parts of my Sig Ep experience as an alum have been my time as VP and IFC member and also working with alumni to maintain physical condition of 3909 Spruce." - Fred Achenbach '57

Do you have your own SigEp story to share? Visit the Submit an Update page to send it in and we’ll include it in our next e-letter.