This issue of the SAGA Magazine will help us look to our past to embark on our future. Content in this issue has been re-printed from previous issues of the SAGA Magazine including but not limited to copy, photos, and graphics. This issue continues to align with current Sigma Tau Gamma brand standards and strives to maintain the long-standing integrity of the SAGA Magazine.
This issue of the SAGA Magazine focuses on year 99, honoring our past and looking forward to our future. The magazine looks into the lives of members and how much their brotherhood experience has been shaped by our deep-rooted military history and we our honor undergraduate brothers who currently serve Fraternity, College, and Country. It focuses on the member-centric decisions made in the past year, and the solid foundation Sigma Tau Gamma has forged through the past 99 years, and look ahead to the next.
This issue of the SAGA Magazine reflects back on the 2017 - 2018 academic school year, the relocation efforts of Sigma Tau Gamma Headquarters, and spotlights why the Fraternity Experience is still relevant.
This issue of the SAGA Magazine is the first issue incorporating the new brand. Volume 87 | Issue 1 highlights the first ever Noble Man Institute, chapter updates, which chapters received their charter, and an in-depth look inside the new brand. This SAGA is 40 pages in length, one of the longest issues in recent memory.
This issue looks back at the 2015 National Leadership Conference, shares current chapter happenings and focuses on the future with the featured story on Patrick Stewart and his pursuit of big dreams.
This issue highlights the continued growth of Sigma Tau Gamma; featuring individual stories from each new Provisional Chapter President and the 2015 Regional Conclaves.
This issue features the Earl A. Webb Academy of Principled Leaders in Kansas City, MO and a commemoration of Bill Bernier’s time on staff.
This issue features highlights from the 46th Grand Chapter in New Orleans, Louisiana.