37th National President, Tom Morgan, Phi ’85, presented a charter on Sunday April 27, 2014 to 70 collegiate members of the Epsilon Psi Chapter at Oklahoma State University in Stillwater, Oklahoma.
The installation ceremony was held on the Oklahoma State campus in the student union. This marked the official welcome of the collegiate members of Epsilon Psi Chapter to the Brotherhood of Sigma Tau Gamma. More than 160 people, which included Oklahoma State University Officials, family members, significant others and Sigma Tau Gamma alumni, attended this event.
Featured speakers included: Dr. Christopher Weimer, professor of Spanish at Oklahoma State, Dylan Howard, Epsilon Psi ’14, who served as the second provisional chapter president, alumni advisor Philip Jeanfreau, Phi ’99, and Vice President of Strategic Growth Michael Smoll, Delta ’03. Morgan delivered the installation address, which encouraged the collegiate members to strive for excellence.
In addition to the installation address, the collegiate members recognized several outstanding brothers. In recognition of their chartering, the collegiate members also presented an Oklahoma State football helmet that had been signed by each founding father. This gift will be displayed at the Marvin Millsap Headquarters Building in Warrensburg, Missouri for visitors and brothers to see.
The Oklahoma State University fraternity and sorority community has been nationally recognized multiple times as one of the strongest communities in the United States, said Smoll. The men of the Epsilon Psi Chapter are focused on making the community even stronger. I am looking forward to the great things they will continue to accomplish.
This is the first Sig Tau Chapter ever chartered at Oklahoma State University. Expansion Counselors Paul Manly, Epsilon Rho ’11, and Derek Kaimann, Beta ’09, began on the campus recruitment during the Spring 2013 semester.