COLUMBUS, OHIO – Sig Tau is officially a part of Buckeye nation. Twenty men of all ages, across more than nine states, and many different backgrounds, came together to form the new Zeta Omega Associate Chapter at The Ohio State University.
The first Founding Father – a student and staff member of OSU’s Sorority & Fraternity Life Office, Mason Stalder said he joined to change the culture of Greek life on campus. “I wanted to help a new organization at Ohio State become an example for the new standard for Greek life here.” The Founding Fathers at Ohio State seem motivated to create that culture change.
When asked why he wanted to be a Founding Father, and newly installed Chapter President Andrew Ritter said, “If there’s a chance to be a part of history and be a building block for the future, would you do it? Becoming a Founding Father of The Ohio State’s newest fraternity, Sigma Tau Gamma, allows the other Founding Fathers and me the opportunity to do both, by helping to build young men up and to leave behind a legacy that others want to follow.”
ABOUT SIGMA TAU GAMMA FRATERNITY
Founded at the University of Central Missouri on June 28, 1920, the organization will commemorate its 100th Anniversary in 2020. With a presence on 84 campuses in 31 states, our membership includes 3,000 undergraduate men and 61,000 living alumni. The Headquarters, which is home to the Fraternity, Foundation, and WPN Housing Company, is located in Indianapolis, Indiana, 12 miles from the center of downtown. Visit http://sigtau.org for additional information.