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One of the sayings we like to throw around a lot at Sigma Nu is the mantra: “it’s cool to care." It’s cool to care about
sustainability, cool to care about the girls that hang around our house, cool to care about politics, partying, P-sets, athletics, and
everything in between. We are a group of guys as diverse as those interests, from ASSU President, Johnny Dorsey to the one and
only Stanford Tree, Jon Shü-Fry Strange. We have runners, rowers, Gaieties performers, RAs, ROTC guys, Sierra Camp Staffers,
and guys involved in just about every organization on the Stanford campus. What binds us together is a commitment to our projects and to the people we care about.
Most of us, when we arrived at Stanford had no intention of turning into the sort of douchey frat guys that we had
heard were closely tied to the Greek scene, but, at the same time, we wanted more out of our Stanford experience. We wanted to
live with a people who shared our passion, and would support us in our endevors. That was what brought us to Sigma Nu.
In our 7th year living at 557 Mayfield, we continue to contribute to the campus in dynamic and unique ways. During
the year we throw two of the biggest events on the Stanford campus, Moonsplash and Sunsplash. This past fall’s “Darkside of the
Moonsplash” featured live bands, (including The Jakes led by Sophomore Sigma Nu Sameer Gadhia) two dance floors, multiple
corporate sponsors, and a huge turn out. Within weeks we hosted the Sigma Nu Arts and Poetry Slam (SNAPS), an all campus
performance that featured live music, improv comedy, dance and spoken work to our friends who relaxed in our lounge and were
treated to our chef's incredible food. Beyond that, Sigma Nu hosts Balcony Nights, every Thursday, sorority mix-ers and progressives, formals, special dinners and a snow trip, to name a few. We are also committed to our community service projects. Our
members are highly active in service groups and activities including Habitat for Humanity, EPATT, blood drives, and Camp Kesem. Members of Sigma Nu are effecting change on a national level, founding the Roosevelt Institution and FACEAIDS, a nonprofit organization, mobilizing students from across the country to fight AIDS in Africa.
But the true spirit of Sigma Nu rests in its members, guys who are adventurous, fun-loving, thoughtful, caring and
passionate. We invite you to come by our house to find out what makes Sigma Nu such a unique and amazing organization.
Fraternity
Sigma Nu
Greek Letters
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National Fraternity
Founded 1868
Stanford Chapter
Founded 1891
Website
http://sigmanu.stanford.edu
President
Mitchell Mom
[email protected]
Recruitment Chairs
Nick deWilde
[email protected]
Michael Terrell
[email protected]
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Akhil Iyer
Andrew Beck
Andrew Ehrich
Andrew Meyer
Andrew Molina
Anuraag Chigurupati
Aris Theologis
Ben Sumers
Blake Cutler
Brian Herrera
Bryce Merritt
Cameron Bell
Charlie Lilly
Chris Hadley
Corey Dysick
Dane McFadden
Danny Belch
Dave Woodbury
Dean Young
Derrick Davis
Dimitar Illev
Dixon Bross
Dodge Kemmer
Durell Coleman
Eli Rabek
Elliot Damashek
Eric Leidersdorf
Evan Scott
Forrest White
Freddy Wolens
Isaac Wang
Jake Fuentes
Jay De La Torre
Jeff Zeller
Jesse Palmer
John DiCola
John Mulrow
John Nantz
Jon Strange
Jonah Wieder
Jonny Dorsey
Kenjie Tanabe
Kevin Geehr
Khai Luong
Kwame Agyei-Owusu
Kyle Pineo
Mark Harrold
Matt Jones
Michael Terrell
Miguel Sugay
Mitchell Mom
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Hometown
Buffalo, NY
La Canada, CA
Valley Village, CA
Piedmont, CA
Colorado Springs, CO
Cleveland, OH
Palo Alto, CA
Montrose, NY
Atlanta, GA
Los Angeles, CA
Bend, OR
Old Greenwich, CT
Carmichael, CA
Birmingham, AL
Phoenix, AZ
Fillmore, CA
San Diego, CA
Chico, CA
Hamilton, MT
Colorado Springs, CO
Sofia, Bulgaria
Philadelphia, PA
Wichita, KS
Rockwall, TX
Burnsville, NC
Evanston, IL
Westlake Village, CA
Missoula, MT
New Orleans, LA
London, England
Los Angeles, CA
Albuquerque, NM
Chino Hills, CA
Centennial, CO
Rappahannock County, VA
Preppy, New England
Wheaton, IL
St. Louis, Missouri
San Mateo, CA
Los Angeles, CA
Woodside, CA
Colorado Springs, CO
Newport Beach, CA
Arlington, TX
Accra, Ghana
Tracy, CA
Newton, MA
Evanston, IL
Yakima, WA
Los Angeles, CA
Colleyville, TX
Major
International Relations
Economics
Mathematics
Science, Technology, and Society
Mechanical Engineering
Biomedical Computation
Biomechanical Engineering
Civil & Environmental Engineering
Economics
Mechanical Engineering
Human Biology
History
MS&E
Psychology
Human Biology
Earth Systems
Economics
Mechanical Engineering
Earth Systems
Public Policy
Biomechanical Engineering
Comparative Literature
Human Biology
Mechanical Engineering
MS&E
Mechanical Engineering
Biomechanical Engineering
Science, Technology, and Society
Economics
Political Science
Electrical Engineering
MS&E
Urban Studies & Ethics in Society
MS&E
Human Biology
Economics
Earth Systems
Economics
Urban Studies
Comparative Literature
Human Biology
Earth Systems
MS&E
Biology
Mechanical Engineering
Mechanical Engineering
International Relations
Computer Science
MS&E
Sociology and Political Science
Architectural Design
Nathan Lomeli
Nick DeWilde
Nick Noone
Nick Perry
Patrick Kuehnle
Philippe de Koning
Quinn Wilhelmi Reilly
Taylor Ray
Tommy Mina
Tommy Schultz
Weston McBride
Zach Chandy
Zach Johnson
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Los Angeles, CA
San Francisco, CA
Danbury, CT
Snohomish, WA
Elmhurst, IL
Paris, France
Eugene, OR
Los Angeles, CA
Mission Viejo, CA
Sacramento, CA
The Lone Star State
Laguna Beach, CA
Charlotte, NC
Economics
Psychology
Economics
Human Biology
Human Biology
International Relations & Dutch Studies
Religious Studies
Psychology
Biomechanical Engineering
Economics
Mechanical Engineering and Crushing
Psychology
Political Science
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