Thu

20

Nov

2014

Kappa Sigma Stands Against Sexual Assault

The men of Kappa Sigma are proud to announce co-sponsorship of the “Stanford, It’s On Us” event hosted in Cubberley Auditorium on November 14th. We hope to show our continued dedication to spreading awareness about sexual assault on college campuses. We feel very strongly about this issue given that fraternity culture is often seen as a contributing factor to the prevalence of sexual assault in the university setting. We want to ensure that our members are properly educated about sexual assault, so we can help promote a healthy fraternity dynamic that positively contributes to our campus. 

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Mon

27

Oct

2014

Kappa Sigma Supports Sustainability

Kappa Sigma is excited to announce the implementation of a brand new sustainability program. This program, created in partnership with RD&E, PSSI, the Green Living Council, and the Stanford Green Store, is a trial program that RD&E hopes to spread to other student residences. The project is designed to greatly improve how Kappa Sigma manages its waste. The project includes placement of new recycling bins in both common spaces and individual rooms to ensure recyclable materials are processed properly, large outdoor recycling bins to accomodate the sorted materials, new composting measures in the kitchens an living spaces, and recyclable cups for the house. Through the generosity of our partners, the project will actually save Kappa Sigma money as well as improve our impact on the environment. We are proud to be a leader in sustainability efforts on campus and hope to set a higher standard for environmental impact for the future.

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Thu

28

Aug

2014

2014 Kappa Sigma Man of the Year Award

Craig R. Barrett, Ph.D.
Craig R. Barrett, Ph.D.

We are proud to announce that Stanford alumnus Craig R. Barrett, Ph.D. has been named the 2014 Kappa Sigma Man of the Year. Brother Barrett, retired CEO/Chairman of Intel Corporation, is a 1958 initiate of the Beta-Zeta Chapter at Stanford University and will be the 4th Brother from the Beta-Zeta chapter and 81st Brother in the history of the Fraternity to receive the distinguished award.

 

Please join Beta-Zeta and Kappa Sigma as we honor Brother Barrett in ceremony at the Menlo Circus Club in Atherton, CA on Saturday, September 20, 2014. A cocktail reception will begin at 6 p.m., followed by dinner and the Man of the Year program.

 

Please refer to the link below for more information about the event.

http://www.cvent.com/events/2014-man-of-the-year-banquet/event-summary-924fc052401c49f780b0bbab19fb79d1.aspx

 

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Tue

22

Apr

2014

Kappa Sigma welcomes its Pledge Class of 2015!

The brothers of the Beta Zeta chapter of Kappa Sigma celebrate the efforts of Rush Chairs Neil Hamamoto ('15), Alex Salton ('15), Montana Morris ('16), and Colton Dempsey ('16) in the 2015 recruitment. We welcome the 2015 pledge class:

  • Aaron Richland ('17)
  • Adam Poole ('17)
  • Carter Kimball ('17)
  • Chase Porter ('17)
  • Connor Hegarty ('17)
  • Daniel Ron ('17)
  • David Wintermeyer ('17)
  • Dylan Faulkner ('17)
  • Eric Lee ('17)
  • Jay Fuster ('17)
  • Jack Payette ('17)
  • Jake Rachleff ('17)
  • Jeff Montag ('17)
  • Joe Sunde ('17)
  • Matthew Fletcher ('16)
  • Matthew Stevens ('17)
  • Matthew Thornton ('17)
  • Nate Newman ('17)
  • Ned Hardy ('17)
  • Scott Buckstaff
  • Tommy Meaney ('17)
  • Tommy Walker ('17)
0 Comments

Mon

03

Jun

2013

Kappa Sigma welcomes its Pledge Class of 2014!

The brothers of the Beta Zeta chapter of Kappa Sigma celebrate the efforts of Rush Chairs Isaac Halyard (15'), Neil Hamamoto (15'), Alex Salton (15'), and Bryant Seaman (15') in 2014 recruitment. We welcome the 2014 pledge class:
  • Anuj Patel ('16)
  • Bradley Jean-Baptiste ('15)
  • Brian Mittl ('16)
  • Colter Illich ('16)
  • Colton Dempsey ('16)
  • Devon Cajuste ('15)
  • Hunter Irvin ('16)
  • Jack Shumway ('16)
  • John Romer ('16)
  • Jonathon Lee ('15)
  • Mark Walsh ('16)
  • Matt Francini ('16)
  • Matthew Levy ('16)
  • Maxwell Block ('16)
  • Michael Rector ('16)
  • Michael Woo ('16)
  • Miika Weekes ('16)
  • Montana Morris ('16)
  • Nadav Hollander ('16)
  • Nick Abram ('15)
  • Nick Mahowald ('16)
  • Peter Doyle ('16)
  • Richard Livingston ('16)
  • Robin Woodby ('14)
  • Sam Klotz ('16)
  • Vijah Singh ('16)
0 Comments

Thu

20

Nov

2014

Kappa Sigma Stands Against Sexual Assault

The men of Kappa Sigma are proud to announce co-sponsorship of the “Stanford, It’s On Us” event hosted in Cubberley Auditorium on November 14th. We hope to show our continued dedication to spreading awareness about sexual assault on college campuses. We feel very strongly about this issue given that fraternity culture is often seen as a contributing factor to the prevalence of sexual assault in the university setting. We want to ensure that our members are properly educated about sexual assault, so we can help promote a healthy fraternity dynamic that positively contributes to our campus. 

0 Comments

Mon

27

Oct

2014

Kappa Sigma Supports Sustainability

Kappa Sigma is excited to announce the implementation of a brand new sustainability program. This program, created in partnership with RD&E, PSSI, the Green Living Council, and the Stanford Green Store, is a trial program that RD&E hopes to spread to other student residences. The project is designed to greatly improve how Kappa Sigma manages its waste. The project includes placement of new recycling bins in both common spaces and individual rooms to ensure recyclable materials are processed properly, large outdoor recycling bins to accomodate the sorted materials, new composting measures in the kitchens an living spaces, and recyclable cups for the house. Through the generosity of our partners, the project will actually save Kappa Sigma money as well as improve our impact on the environment. We are proud to be a leader in sustainability efforts on campus and hope to set a higher standard for environmental impact for the future.

0 Comments

Thu

28

Aug

2014

2014 Kappa Sigma Man of the Year Award

Craig R. Barrett, Ph.D.
Craig R. Barrett, Ph.D.

We are proud to announce that Stanford alumnus Craig R. Barrett, Ph.D. has been named the 2014 Kappa Sigma Man of the Year. Brother Barrett, retired CEO/Chairman of Intel Corporation, is a 1958 initiate of the Beta-Zeta Chapter at Stanford University and will be the 4th Brother from the Beta-Zeta chapter and 81st Brother in the history of the Fraternity to receive the distinguished award.

 

Please join Beta-Zeta and Kappa Sigma as we honor Brother Barrett in ceremony at the Menlo Circus Club in Atherton, CA on Saturday, September 20, 2014. A cocktail reception will begin at 6 p.m., followed by dinner and the Man of the Year program.

 

Please refer to the link below for more information about the event.

http://www.cvent.com/events/2014-man-of-the-year-banquet/event-summary-924fc052401c49f780b0bbab19fb79d1.aspx

 

0 Comments

Tue

22

Apr

2014

Kappa Sigma welcomes its Pledge Class of 2015!

The brothers of the Beta Zeta chapter of Kappa Sigma celebrate the efforts of Rush Chairs Neil Hamamoto ('15), Alex Salton ('15), Montana Morris ('16), and Colton Dempsey ('16) in the 2015 recruitment. We welcome the 2015 pledge class:

  • Aaron Richland ('17)
  • Adam Poole ('17)
  • Carter Kimball ('17)
  • Chase Porter ('17)
  • Connor Hegarty ('17)
  • Daniel Ron ('17)
  • David Wintermeyer ('17)
  • Dylan Faulkner ('17)
  • Eric Lee ('17)
  • Jay Fuster ('17)
  • Jack Payette ('17)
  • Jake Rachleff ('17)
  • Jeff Montag ('17)
  • Joe Sunde ('17)
  • Matthew Fletcher ('16)
  • Matthew Stevens ('17)
  • Matthew Thornton ('17)
  • Nate Newman ('17)
  • Ned Hardy ('17)
  • Scott Buckstaff
  • Tommy Meaney ('17)
  • Tommy Walker ('17)
0 Comments

Mon

03

Jun

2013

Kappa Sigma welcomes its Pledge Class of 2014!

The brothers of the Beta Zeta chapter of Kappa Sigma celebrate the efforts of Rush Chairs Isaac Halyard (15'), Neil Hamamoto (15'), Alex Salton (15'), and Bryant Seaman (15') in 2014 recruitment. We welcome the 2014 pledge class:
  • Anuj Patel ('16)
  • Bradley Jean-Baptiste ('15)
  • Brian Mittl ('16)
  • Colter Illich ('16)
  • Colton Dempsey ('16)
  • Devon Cajuste ('15)
  • Hunter Irvin ('16)
  • Jack Shumway ('16)
  • John Romer ('16)
  • Jonathon Lee ('15)
  • Mark Walsh ('16)
  • Matt Francini ('16)
  • Matthew Levy ('16)
  • Maxwell Block ('16)
  • Michael Rector ('16)
  • Michael Woo ('16)
  • Miika Weekes ('16)
  • Montana Morris ('16)
  • Nadav Hollander ('16)
  • Nick Abram ('15)
  • Nick Mahowald ('16)
  • Peter Doyle ('16)
  • Richard Livingston ('16)
  • Robin Woodby ('14)
  • Sam Klotz ('16)
  • Vijah Singh ('16)
0 Comments

Thu

20

Nov

2014

Kappa Sigma Stands Against Sexual Assault

The men of Kappa Sigma are proud to announce co-sponsorship of the “Stanford, It’s On Us” event hosted in Cubberley Auditorium on November 14th. We hope to show our continued dedication to spreading awareness about sexual assault on college campuses. We feel very strongly about this issue given that fraternity culture is often seen as a contributing factor to the prevalence of sexual assault in the university setting. We want to ensure that our members are properly educated about sexual assault, so we can help promote a healthy fraternity dynamic that positively contributes to our campus. 

0 Comments

Mon

27

Oct

2014

Kappa Sigma Supports Sustainability

Kappa Sigma is excited to announce the implementation of a brand new sustainability program. This program, created in partnership with RD&E, PSSI, the Green Living Council, and the Stanford Green Store, is a trial program that RD&E hopes to spread to other student residences. The project is designed to greatly improve how Kappa Sigma manages its waste. The project includes placement of new recycling bins in both common spaces and individual rooms to ensure recyclable materials are processed properly, large outdoor recycling bins to accomodate the sorted materials, new composting measures in the kitchens an living spaces, and recyclable cups for the house. Through the generosity of our partners, the project will actually save Kappa Sigma money as well as improve our impact on the environment. We are proud to be a leader in sustainability efforts on campus and hope to set a higher standard for environmental impact for the future.

0 Comments

Thu

28

Aug

2014

2014 Kappa Sigma Man of the Year Award

Craig R. Barrett, Ph.D.
Craig R. Barrett, Ph.D.

We are proud to announce that Stanford alumnus Craig R. Barrett, Ph.D. has been named the 2014 Kappa Sigma Man of the Year. Brother Barrett, retired CEO/Chairman of Intel Corporation, is a 1958 initiate of the Beta-Zeta Chapter at Stanford University and will be the 4th Brother from the Beta-Zeta chapter and 81st Brother in the history of the Fraternity to receive the distinguished award.

 

Please join Beta-Zeta and Kappa Sigma as we honor Brother Barrett in ceremony at the Menlo Circus Club in Atherton, CA on Saturday, September 20, 2014. A cocktail reception will begin at 6 p.m., followed by dinner and the Man of the Year program.

 

Please refer to the link below for more information about the event.

http://www.cvent.com/events/2014-man-of-the-year-banquet/event-summary-924fc052401c49f780b0bbab19fb79d1.aspx

 

0 Comments

Tue

22

Apr

2014

Kappa Sigma welcomes its Pledge Class of 2015!

The brothers of the Beta Zeta chapter of Kappa Sigma celebrate the efforts of Rush Chairs Neil Hamamoto ('15), Alex Salton ('15), Montana Morris ('16), and Colton Dempsey ('16) in the 2015 recruitment. We welcome the 2015 pledge class:

  • Aaron Richland ('17)
  • Adam Poole ('17)
  • Carter Kimball ('17)
  • Chase Porter ('17)
  • Connor Hegarty ('17)
  • Daniel Ron ('17)
  • David Wintermeyer ('17)
  • Dylan Faulkner ('17)
  • Eric Lee ('17)
  • Jay Fuster ('17)
  • Jack Payette ('17)
  • Jake Rachleff ('17)
  • Jeff Montag ('17)
  • Joe Sunde ('17)
  • Matthew Fletcher ('16)
  • Matthew Stevens ('17)
  • Matthew Thornton ('17)
  • Nate Newman ('17)
  • Ned Hardy ('17)
  • Scott Buckstaff
  • Tommy Meaney ('17)
  • Tommy Walker ('17)
0 Comments

Mon

03

Jun

2013

Kappa Sigma welcomes its Pledge Class of 2014!

The brothers of the Beta Zeta chapter of Kappa Sigma celebrate the efforts of Rush Chairs Isaac Halyard (15'), Neil Hamamoto (15'), Alex Salton (15'), and Bryant Seaman (15') in 2014 recruitment. We welcome the 2014 pledge class:
  • Anuj Patel ('16)
  • Bradley Jean-Baptiste ('15)
  • Brian Mittl ('16)
  • Colter Illich ('16)
  • Colton Dempsey ('16)
  • Devon Cajuste ('15)
  • Hunter Irvin ('16)
  • Jack Shumway ('16)
  • John Romer ('16)
  • Jonathon Lee ('15)
  • Mark Walsh ('16)
  • Matt Francini ('16)
  • Matthew Levy ('16)
  • Maxwell Block ('16)
  • Michael Rector ('16)
  • Michael Woo ('16)
  • Miika Weekes ('16)
  • Montana Morris ('16)
  • Nadav Hollander ('16)
  • Nick Abram ('15)
  • Nick Mahowald ('16)
  • Peter Doyle ('16)
  • Richard Livingston ('16)
  • Robin Woodby ('14)
  • Sam Klotz ('16)
  • Vijah Singh ('16)
0 Comments

Thu

20

Nov

2014

Kappa Sigma Stands Against Sexual Assault

The men of Kappa Sigma are proud to announce co-sponsorship of the “Stanford, It’s On Us” event hosted in Cubberley Auditorium on November 14th. We hope to show our continued dedication to spreading awareness about sexual assault on college campuses. We feel very strongly about this issue given that fraternity culture is often seen as a contributing factor to the prevalence of sexual assault in the university setting. We want to ensure that our members are properly educated about sexual assault, so we can help promote a healthy fraternity dynamic that positively contributes to our campus. 

0 Comments

Mon

27

Oct

2014

Kappa Sigma Supports Sustainability

Kappa Sigma is excited to announce the implementation of a brand new sustainability program. This program, created in partnership with RD&E, PSSI, the Green Living Council, and the Stanford Green Store, is a trial program that RD&E hopes to spread to other student residences. The project is designed to greatly improve how Kappa Sigma manages its waste. The project includes placement of new recycling bins in both common spaces and individual rooms to ensure recyclable materials are processed properly, large outdoor recycling bins to accomodate the sorted materials, new composting measures in the kitchens an living spaces, and recyclable cups for the house. Through the generosity of our partners, the project will actually save Kappa Sigma money as well as improve our impact on the environment. We are proud to be a leader in sustainability efforts on campus and hope to set a higher standard for environmental impact for the future.

0 Comments

Thu

28

Aug

2014

2014 Kappa Sigma Man of the Year Award

Craig R. Barrett, Ph.D.
Craig R. Barrett, Ph.D.

We are proud to announce that Stanford alumnus Craig R. Barrett, Ph.D. has been named the 2014 Kappa Sigma Man of the Year. Brother Barrett, retired CEO/Chairman of Intel Corporation, is a 1958 initiate of the Beta-Zeta Chapter at Stanford University and will be the 4th Brother from the Beta-Zeta chapter and 81st Brother in the history of the Fraternity to receive the distinguished award.

 

Please join Beta-Zeta and Kappa Sigma as we honor Brother Barrett in ceremony at the Menlo Circus Club in Atherton, CA on Saturday, September 20, 2014. A cocktail reception will begin at 6 p.m., followed by dinner and the Man of the Year program.

 

Please refer to the link below for more information about the event.

http://www.cvent.com/events/2014-man-of-the-year-banquet/event-summary-924fc052401c49f780b0bbab19fb79d1.aspx

 

0 Comments

Tue

22

Apr

2014

Kappa Sigma welcomes its Pledge Class of 2015!

The brothers of the Beta Zeta chapter of Kappa Sigma celebrate the efforts of Rush Chairs Neil Hamamoto ('15), Alex Salton ('15), Montana Morris ('16), and Colton Dempsey ('16) in the 2015 recruitment. We welcome the 2015 pledge class:

  • Aaron Richland ('17)
  • Adam Poole ('17)
  • Carter Kimball ('17)
  • Chase Porter ('17)
  • Connor Hegarty ('17)
  • Daniel Ron ('17)
  • David Wintermeyer ('17)
  • Dylan Faulkner ('17)
  • Eric Lee ('17)
  • Jay Fuster ('17)
  • Jack Payette ('17)
  • Jake Rachleff ('17)
  • Jeff Montag ('17)
  • Joe Sunde ('17)
  • Matthew Fletcher ('16)
  • Matthew Stevens ('17)
  • Matthew Thornton ('17)
  • Nate Newman ('17)
  • Ned Hardy ('17)
  • Scott Buckstaff
  • Tommy Meaney ('17)
  • Tommy Walker ('17)
0 Comments

Mon

03

Jun

2013

Kappa Sigma welcomes its Pledge Class of 2014!

The brothers of the Beta Zeta chapter of Kappa Sigma celebrate the efforts of Rush Chairs Isaac Halyard (15'), Neil Hamamoto (15'), Alex Salton (15'), and Bryant Seaman (15') in 2014 recruitment. We welcome the 2014 pledge class:
  • Anuj Patel ('16)
  • Bradley Jean-Baptiste ('15)
  • Brian Mittl ('16)
  • Colter Illich ('16)
  • Colton Dempsey ('16)
  • Devon Cajuste ('15)
  • Hunter Irvin ('16)
  • Jack Shumway ('16)
  • John Romer ('16)
  • Jonathon Lee ('15)
  • Mark Walsh ('16)
  • Matt Francini ('16)
  • Matthew Levy ('16)
  • Maxwell Block ('16)
  • Michael Rector ('16)
  • Michael Woo ('16)
  • Miika Weekes ('16)
  • Montana Morris ('16)
  • Nadav Hollander ('16)
  • Nick Abram ('15)
  • Nick Mahowald ('16)
  • Peter Doyle ('16)
  • Richard Livingston ('16)
  • Robin Woodby ('14)
  • Sam Klotz ('16)
  • Vijah Singh ('16)
0 Comments

Thu

20

Nov

2014

Kappa Sigma Stands Against Sexual Assault

The men of Kappa Sigma are proud to announce co-sponsorship of the “Stanford, It’s On Us” event hosted in Cubberley Auditorium on November 14th. We hope to show our continued dedication to spreading awareness about sexual assault on college campuses. We feel very strongly about this issue given that fraternity culture is often seen as a contributing factor to the prevalence of sexual assault in the university setting. We want to ensure that our members are properly educated about sexual assault, so we can help promote a healthy fraternity dynamic that positively contributes to our campus. 

0 Comments

Mon

27

Oct

2014

Kappa Sigma Supports Sustainability

Kappa Sigma is excited to announce the implementation of a brand new sustainability program. This program, created in partnership with RD&E, PSSI, the Green Living Council, and the Stanford Green Store, is a trial program that RD&E hopes to spread to other student residences. The project is designed to greatly improve how Kappa Sigma manages its waste. The project includes placement of new recycling bins in both common spaces and individual rooms to ensure recyclable materials are processed properly, large outdoor recycling bins to accomodate the sorted materials, new composting measures in the kitchens an living spaces, and recyclable cups for the house. Through the generosity of our partners, the project will actually save Kappa Sigma money as well as improve our impact on the environment. We are proud to be a leader in sustainability efforts on campus and hope to set a higher standard for environmental impact for the future.

0 Comments

Thu

28

Aug

2014

2014 Kappa Sigma Man of the Year Award

Craig R. Barrett, Ph.D.
Craig R. Barrett, Ph.D.

We are proud to announce that Stanford alumnus Craig R. Barrett, Ph.D. has been named the 2014 Kappa Sigma Man of the Year. Brother Barrett, retired CEO/Chairman of Intel Corporation, is a 1958 initiate of the Beta-Zeta Chapter at Stanford University and will be the 4th Brother from the Beta-Zeta chapter and 81st Brother in the history of the Fraternity to receive the distinguished award.

 

Please join Beta-Zeta and Kappa Sigma as we honor Brother Barrett in ceremony at the Menlo Circus Club in Atherton, CA on Saturday, September 20, 2014. A cocktail reception will begin at 6 p.m., followed by dinner and the Man of the Year program.

 

Please refer to the link below for more information about the event.

http://www.cvent.com/events/2014-man-of-the-year-banquet/event-summary-924fc052401c49f780b0bbab19fb79d1.aspx

 

0 Comments

Tue

22

Apr

2014

Kappa Sigma welcomes its Pledge Class of 2015!

The brothers of the Beta Zeta chapter of Kappa Sigma celebrate the efforts of Rush Chairs Neil Hamamoto ('15), Alex Salton ('15), Montana Morris ('16), and Colton Dempsey ('16) in the 2015 recruitment. We welcome the 2015 pledge class:

  • Aaron Richland ('17)
  • Adam Poole ('17)
  • Carter Kimball ('17)
  • Chase Porter ('17)
  • Connor Hegarty ('17)
  • Daniel Ron ('17)
  • David Wintermeyer ('17)
  • Dylan Faulkner ('17)
  • Eric Lee ('17)
  • Jay Fuster ('17)
  • Jack Payette ('17)
  • Jake Rachleff ('17)
  • Jeff Montag ('17)
  • Joe Sunde ('17)
  • Matthew Fletcher ('16)
  • Matthew Stevens ('17)
  • Matthew Thornton ('17)
  • Nate Newman ('17)
  • Ned Hardy ('17)
  • Scott Buckstaff
  • Tommy Meaney ('17)
  • Tommy Walker ('17)
0 Comments

Mon

03

Jun

2013

Kappa Sigma welcomes its Pledge Class of 2014!

The brothers of the Beta Zeta chapter of Kappa Sigma celebrate the efforts of Rush Chairs Isaac Halyard (15'), Neil Hamamoto (15'), Alex Salton (15'), and Bryant Seaman (15') in 2014 recruitment. We welcome the 2014 pledge class:
  • Anuj Patel ('16)
  • Bradley Jean-Baptiste ('15)
  • Brian Mittl ('16)
  • Colter Illich ('16)
  • Colton Dempsey ('16)
  • Devon Cajuste ('15)
  • Hunter Irvin ('16)
  • Jack Shumway ('16)
  • John Romer ('16)
  • Jonathon Lee ('15)
  • Mark Walsh ('16)
  • Matt Francini ('16)
  • Matthew Levy ('16)
  • Maxwell Block ('16)
  • Michael Rector ('16)
  • Michael Woo ('16)
  • Miika Weekes ('16)
  • Montana Morris ('16)
  • Nadav Hollander ('16)
  • Nick Abram ('15)
  • Nick Mahowald ('16)
  • Peter Doyle ('16)
  • Richard Livingston ('16)
  • Robin Woodby ('14)
  • Sam Klotz ('16)
  • Vijah Singh ('16)
0 Comments

Thu

20

Nov

2014

Kappa Sigma Stands Against Sexual Assault

The men of Kappa Sigma are proud to announce co-sponsorship of the “Stanford, It’s On Us” event hosted in Cubberley Auditorium on November 14th. We hope to show our continued dedication to spreading awareness about sexual assault on college campuses. We feel very strongly about this issue given that fraternity culture is often seen as a contributing factor to the prevalence of sexual assault in the university setting. We want to ensure that our members are properly educated about sexual assault, so we can help promote a healthy fraternity dynamic that positively contributes to our campus. 

0 Comments

Mon

27

Oct

2014

Kappa Sigma Supports Sustainability

Kappa Sigma is excited to announce the implementation of a brand new sustainability program. This program, created in partnership with RD&E, PSSI, the Green Living Council, and the Stanford Green Store, is a trial program that RD&E hopes to spread to other student residences. The project is designed to greatly improve how Kappa Sigma manages its waste. The project includes placement of new recycling bins in both common spaces and individual rooms to ensure recyclable materials are processed properly, large outdoor recycling bins to accomodate the sorted materials, new composting measures in the kitchens an living spaces, and recyclable cups for the house. Through the generosity of our partners, the project will actually save Kappa Sigma money as well as improve our impact on the environment. We are proud to be a leader in sustainability efforts on campus and hope to set a higher standard for environmental impact for the future.

0 Comments

Thu

28

Aug

2014

2014 Kappa Sigma Man of the Year Award

Craig R. Barrett, Ph.D.
Craig R. Barrett, Ph.D.

We are proud to announce that Stanford alumnus Craig R. Barrett, Ph.D. has been named the 2014 Kappa Sigma Man of the Year. Brother Barrett, retired CEO/Chairman of Intel Corporation, is a 1958 initiate of the Beta-Zeta Chapter at Stanford University and will be the 4th Brother from the Beta-Zeta chapter and 81st Brother in the history of the Fraternity to receive the distinguished award.

 

Please join Beta-Zeta and Kappa Sigma as we honor Brother Barrett in ceremony at the Menlo Circus Club in Atherton, CA on Saturday, September 20, 2014. A cocktail reception will begin at 6 p.m., followed by dinner and the Man of the Year program.

 

Please refer to the link below for more information about the event.

http://www.cvent.com/events/2014-man-of-the-year-banquet/event-summary-924fc052401c49f780b0bbab19fb79d1.aspx

 

0 Comments

Tue

22

Apr

2014

Kappa Sigma welcomes its Pledge Class of 2015!

The brothers of the Beta Zeta chapter of Kappa Sigma celebrate the efforts of Rush Chairs Neil Hamamoto ('15), Alex Salton ('15), Montana Morris ('16), and Colton Dempsey ('16) in the 2015 recruitment. We welcome the 2015 pledge class:

  • Aaron Richland ('17)
  • Adam Poole ('17)
  • Carter Kimball ('17)
  • Chase Porter ('17)
  • Connor Hegarty ('17)
  • Daniel Ron ('17)
  • David Wintermeyer ('17)
  • Dylan Faulkner ('17)
  • Eric Lee ('17)
  • Jay Fuster ('17)
  • Jack Payette ('17)
  • Jake Rachleff ('17)
  • Jeff Montag ('17)
  • Joe Sunde ('17)
  • Matthew Fletcher ('16)
  • Matthew Stevens ('17)
  • Matthew Thornton ('17)
  • Nate Newman ('17)
  • Ned Hardy ('17)
  • Scott Buckstaff
  • Tommy Meaney ('17)
  • Tommy Walker ('17)
0 Comments

Mon

03

Jun

2013

Kappa Sigma welcomes its Pledge Class of 2014!

The brothers of the Beta Zeta chapter of Kappa Sigma celebrate the efforts of Rush Chairs Isaac Halyard (15'), Neil Hamamoto (15'), Alex Salton (15'), and Bryant Seaman (15') in 2014 recruitment. We welcome the 2014 pledge class:
  • Anuj Patel ('16)
  • Bradley Jean-Baptiste ('15)
  • Brian Mittl ('16)
  • Colter Illich ('16)
  • Colton Dempsey ('16)
  • Devon Cajuste ('15)
  • Hunter Irvin ('16)
  • Jack Shumway ('16)
  • John Romer ('16)
  • Jonathon Lee ('15)
  • Mark Walsh ('16)
  • Matt Francini ('16)
  • Matthew Levy ('16)
  • Maxwell Block ('16)
  • Michael Rector ('16)
  • Michael Woo ('16)
  • Miika Weekes ('16)
  • Montana Morris ('16)
  • Nadav Hollander ('16)
  • Nick Abram ('15)
  • Nick Mahowald ('16)
  • Peter Doyle ('16)
  • Richard Livingston ('16)
  • Robin Woodby ('14)
  • Sam Klotz ('16)
  • Vijah Singh ('16)
0 Comments

Thu

20

Nov

2014

Kappa Sigma Stands Against Sexual Assault

The men of Kappa Sigma are proud to announce co-sponsorship of the “Stanford, It’s On Us” event hosted in Cubberley Auditorium on November 14th. We hope to show our continued dedication to spreading awareness about sexual assault on college campuses. We feel very strongly about this issue given that fraternity culture is often seen as a contributing factor to the prevalence of sexual assault in the university setting. We want to ensure that our members are properly educated about sexual assault, so we can help promote a healthy fraternity dynamic that positively contributes to our campus. 

0 Comments

Mon

27

Oct

2014

Kappa Sigma Supports Sustainability

Kappa Sigma is excited to announce the implementation of a brand new sustainability program. This program, created in partnership with RD&E, PSSI, the Green Living Council, and the Stanford Green Store, is a trial program that RD&E hopes to spread to other student residences. The project is designed to greatly improve how Kappa Sigma manages its waste. The project includes placement of new recycling bins in both common spaces and individual rooms to ensure recyclable materials are processed properly, large outdoor recycling bins to accomodate the sorted materials, new composting measures in the kitchens an living spaces, and recyclable cups for the house. Through the generosity of our partners, the project will actually save Kappa Sigma money as well as improve our impact on the environment. We are proud to be a leader in sustainability efforts on campus and hope to set a higher standard for environmental impact for the future.

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Thu

28

Aug

2014

2014 Kappa Sigma Man of the Year Award

Craig R. Barrett, Ph.D.
Craig R. Barrett, Ph.D.

We are proud to announce that Stanford alumnus Craig R. Barrett, Ph.D. has been named the 2014 Kappa Sigma Man of the Year. Brother Barrett, retired CEO/Chairman of Intel Corporation, is a 1958 initiate of the Beta-Zeta Chapter at Stanford University and will be the 4th Brother from the Beta-Zeta chapter and 81st Brother in the history of the Fraternity to receive the distinguished award.

 

Please join Beta-Zeta and Kappa Sigma as we honor Brother Barrett in ceremony at the Menlo Circus Club in Atherton, CA on Saturday, September 20, 2014. A cocktail reception will begin at 6 p.m., followed by dinner and the Man of the Year program.

 

Please refer to the link below for more information about the event.

http://www.cvent.com/events/2014-man-of-the-year-banquet/event-summary-924fc052401c49f780b0bbab19fb79d1.aspx

 

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Tue

22

Apr

2014

Kappa Sigma welcomes its Pledge Class of 2015!

The brothers of the Beta Zeta chapter of Kappa Sigma celebrate the efforts of Rush Chairs Neil Hamamoto ('15), Alex Salton ('15), Montana Morris ('16), and Colton Dempsey ('16) in the 2015 recruitment. We welcome the 2015 pledge class:

  • Aaron Richland ('17)
  • Adam Poole ('17)
  • Carter Kimball ('17)
  • Chase Porter ('17)
  • Connor Hegarty ('17)
  • Daniel Ron ('17)
  • David Wintermeyer ('17)
  • Dylan Faulkner ('17)
  • Eric Lee ('17)
  • Jay Fuster ('17)
  • Jack Payette ('17)
  • Jake Rachleff ('17)
  • Jeff Montag ('17)
  • Joe Sunde ('17)
  • Matthew Fletcher ('16)
  • Matthew Stevens ('17)
  • Matthew Thornton ('17)
  • Nate Newman ('17)
  • Ned Hardy ('17)
  • Scott Buckstaff
  • Tommy Meaney ('17)
  • Tommy Walker ('17)
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Mon

03

Jun

2013

Kappa Sigma welcomes its Pledge Class of 2014!

The brothers of the Beta Zeta chapter of Kappa Sigma celebrate the efforts of Rush Chairs Isaac Halyard (15'), Neil Hamamoto (15'), Alex Salton (15'), and Bryant Seaman (15') in 2014 recruitment. We welcome the 2014 pledge class:
  • Anuj Patel ('16)
  • Bradley Jean-Baptiste ('15)
  • Brian Mittl ('16)
  • Colter Illich ('16)
  • Colton Dempsey ('16)
  • Devon Cajuste ('15)
  • Hunter Irvin ('16)
  • Jack Shumway ('16)
  • John Romer ('16)
  • Jonathon Lee ('15)
  • Mark Walsh ('16)
  • Matt Francini ('16)
  • Matthew Levy ('16)
  • Maxwell Block ('16)
  • Michael Rector ('16)
  • Michael Woo ('16)
  • Miika Weekes ('16)
  • Montana Morris ('16)
  • Nadav Hollander ('16)
  • Nick Abram ('15)
  • Nick Mahowald ('16)
  • Peter Doyle ('16)
  • Richard Livingston ('16)
  • Robin Woodby ('14)
  • Sam Klotz ('16)
  • Vijah Singh ('16)
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Fri

14

Sep

2012

Support the Beta Zeta Chapter with a donation

In preparation for the new school year, and our return to 1035 Campus Drive, the fraternity has rolled out a new initiative to raise funds from our friends, family, and alumni. The goal of this initiative is to gain the monetary support needed to reinvigorate the now barren house to a level that will exude class and elegance. We have a unique opportunity to set new standards that will define the culture and quality of our fraternity for many years to come. To make a donation, please click the button below. Any support is greatly appreciated! 

 

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Tue

24

Apr

2012

Kappa Sigma welcomes its Pledge Class of 2013!

The brothers of the Beta Zeta chapter of Kappa Sigma celebrate the efforts of Rush Chairs Mark Duarte (13'), Ben Hoffman (13'),
Billy Gallagher (14'), and Sam Barsh (14') in 2013 recruitment. We welcome the 2013 pledge class:
  • Alex Grover
  • Alex Salton
  • Austin Connelly
  • Bryant Seaman
  • Cameron Lindsay 
  • Chris Min
  • Chris Rendón
  • Henry Schreiber
  • Isaac Halyard
  • John Bakst
  • Joe Welch
  • Joey Beck
  • John Murray
  • Josh Giglio
  • Karsten Lutz
  • Liam Murphy
  • Neil Hamamoto
  • Raymond George Kennedy
  • Ryan Knowles
  • Sam Mercer
  • Zach Ellison
  • Zach Saraf
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Sat

28

Jan

2012

Back in the House!

http://www.stanforddaily.com/2012/01/30/resed-reinstates-kappa-sigma-house-starting-2012-2013/

Stanford Daily article:

 

ResEd reinstates Kappa Sigma house

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Kappa Sigma fraternity will be reinstated to its former house at 1035 Campus Drive for the 2012-13 academic year, announced Deborah Golder, Dean ofResidential Education (ResEd), Friday afternoon.

 

The decision comes nine months after ResEd removed Kappa Sigma from the house, following two years of behavior that Golder called “dangerous,” in aninterview with The Daily last March.

 

“They have more work to do and they’re not done yet, but we were very impressed with the amount of work they’ve done and want to show good faith in their projected trajectory,” Golder said. “We were really looking for a profound shift in attitude and culture.”

 

“The guys have put in a lot of work over the past couple of months,” said incoming Kappa Sigma President Malcolm McGregor ’13. “We’ve been taking a critical look at ourselves and creating an organization that reflects what we want as members of the fraternity and what the campus wants from us.”

 

“It’s a decision we’ve worked hard for,” said Brian Barnes ’12, outgoing Kappa Sigma president. “We’re happy to be back.”

 

ResEd actions

 

ResEd gave Kappa Sigma a yearlong hiatus from its house in March 2011, after the fraternity violated its alcohol and party probation and students complained about feeling unsafe in the house.

 

ResEd also gave Kappa Sigma a list of seven criteria for improvement last March. The criteria were: “1) vision and organizational identity; 2) shared accountability and responsibility; 3) stewardship and financial responsibility; 4) role of alcohol in the house and organization; 5) partnerships; 6) community membership and responsible citizenship; and 7) learning and engagement,” according to a ResEd document.

 

ResEd’s actions against the organization came just months after the groupcame under review from the national Kappa Sigma Supreme Executive Committee (SEC).

 

Along with an advisory panel of faculty, administrators and students, ResEd judged Kappa Sigma based on a rubric of these criteria, in addition to a two-hour “formal relevancy presentation” that 10 members of the fraternity gave Thursday night.

 

The review panel consisted of: ResEd staff; Robinson House Resident Fellow Rod Taylor; Angela Exson, assistant dean of the Office of Sexual Assault and Relationship Abuse (SARA) Education and Response; and student representatives from the Greek community. Golder, ResEd Associate Dean Nate Boswell and ResEd Greek Advisor Amanda Rodriguez also contributed to the process.

 

Fraternity progress

 

Since losing its house in March, Kappa Sigma has reorganized its internal structure and partnered with University offices and campus groups on community-based projects.

 

“Some of the weaknesses we identified with the former structure of Kappa Sigma was the lack of internal accountability and that our lack of a concrete vision stemmed from a lack of organizational structure,” McGregor said.

 

According to McGregor, Kappa Sigma has replaced a previous structure that included loosely-defined executives and non-executive roles with little oversight.

 

The fraternity now has four executive positions in addition to the president, he said. Together, these five roles will provide oversight for non-executive positions.

 

“In this new structure, each of [ResEd’s] seven criteria to address corresponded with the job description of one of those executive members,” McGregor said. “The criteria are things we’ll be incorporating into our daily operations for years to come.”

 

‘Divide and conquer’

 

The fraternity took a ‘divide and conquer approach,’ to address issues of accountability and improvement, according to Barnes.

 

Barnes split the fraternity’s 60 members into 11 groups, each focused on a different facet of fraternal life. Topics included community outreach, the pledge process, the treatment of women and the role of alcohol in the house. He tasked each group with completing a proposal for what the best practices in each of those fields would look like, and the fraternity presented these projects to the review panel Thursday.

 

Additionally, Kappa Sigma will host a themed-service project each quarter, McGregor said.

 

“Every winter we have decided to focus on ‘Student Awareness Events,’” wrote Kappa Sigma community service chair Danny Organ ’13 in an email to The Daily.

 

Last winter, the fraternity hosted the Kappa Sigma Save the Music Benefit Concert, as well as a Safe and Open Spaces at Stanford (SOSAS) panel. The events raised money for music education in public schools and awareness for issues facing LGBT students and their allies, respectively.

 

“This quarter, we are partnering with SARA to co-sponsor an event hostingKevin Powell to speak about issues of masculinity and relationship abuse awareness,” Organ said.

 

According to McGregor, Kappa Sigma may also co-host a SOSAS event for the entire Greek community.

 

The fraternity plans to host one lecture by an alumnus every fall as part of ‘The Stanford Family’ theme and to do service off the Farm every spring in an effort to go ‘Beyond the Stanford Campus.’

 

As a result of the programming, U.S. Ambassador to Japan John Roos ’77 J.D. ’80 came to campus in the fall to discuss the implications of the March 2011 tsunami.

 

Kappa Sigma is also looking to host a more Stanford-specific version of the ‘Say Something’ program that works to discourage bystander apathy in situations of high-risk drinking.

 

The Office of Alcohol Policy & Education (OAPE) first hosted a ‘Say Something’ event in September that was largely attended by Kappa Sigma members, according to Barnes.

 

Barnes said he views these relationships as beneficial to Kappa Sigma, partnering organizations and the University at-large.

 

“We’d like to use OAPE and SARA to build a partnership because they are much more specialized than we are,” Barnes said. “We’d like to bring up our level of understanding and to give them the manpower to put on bigger events.”

 

‘No babysitting’

 

Golder warned Kappa Sigma members that they should not take her decision lightly.

 

“I explained to them that on the one hand, it feels great to be the guys who got the house back, but that it is with very clear expectations and zero tolerance for any of the behaviors that got them removed from the house in the first place,” Golder said.

 

“We are not planning on babysitting Kappa Sigma–[they] have to take responsibility for themselves as an organization,” Golder said. “If they don’t do those things we will get involved.”

 

McGregor said he understands being a housed organization is a privilege from the University.

 

“With that devotion [from the University], there is an obligation to contribute back to campus,” McGregor said. “This is something we hadn’t really considered in the past and something the entire Greek community can take to heart a little more.”

 

ResEd will be working with Kappa Sigma over the coming months to identify benchmarks to reflect on how the fraternity is attempting to meet these standards.

 

Golder said ResEd will develop a supplemental process in coming weeks to hire student residential staff to live in the house next year.

 

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Excecutive Committee 

Grand Master

Alex Grover

Class of 2015

ajgrover@stanford.edu

 

Grand Procurator

Alex Salton

Class of 2015

asalton@stanford.edu

 

Grand Master of Ceremonies 

Neil Hamamoto

Class of 2015

neilh@stanford.edu

 

Grand Treasurer 

JB Bakst

Class of 2015

jbakst@stanford.edu

 

Grand Scribe

Justin Lee

Class of 2016

jlee394@stanford.edu