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05/12/2018

40 more members of the Carleton University Chapter of the Kappa Sigma Fraternity (Omicron-Pi Chapter) attended a sexual violence prevention and support training session hosted by two volunteer leaders on behalf of the Carleton Chapter of OurTurn National. ​​ OurTurn is a student-led advocacy group dedicated to combating sexual violence on Canadian post-secondary campuses.

23/08/2018

Travelling can be stressful at times. At other points, it can be the time of your life. For Kappa Sigmas, there's always an interesting experience to be shared when you travel abroad. It's not unusual that you hear a Brother who went abroad and ended up bumping into another Kappa Sigma in a small town somewhere seemingly random or remote. 

With over 282,000 lifetime members of the Fraternity, it's not surprising that Brothers are connected all across the globe.

This summer, many of our Brothers have been spending their off-season time in other countries from Italy to Japan and several places in between. I decided it would be fun to ask Omicron Cl...

27/07/2018

The Kappa Sigma Omicron-Pi chapter took on New Orleans this weekend, hoping to learn more about what it means to head a successful chapter at Kappa Sigma’s semi-annual leadership conference.

Brothers Troy Curtis (’16), Mauro Barone (’16), Oscar Levett (’16), Rayhan Memon (’16), Zameer Masjedee (‘12), and Cole Hickman (’17) were all part of the 1800 brothers in attendance from over 400 chapters.

As delegates, the brothers attended workshops which were held on Saturday, focusing on key areas that the Kappa Sigma Fraternity are hoping to improve this year. These included a workshop outlining the new standardized pledging process, a workshop on more...

17/06/2018

Carleton, CA - The Kappa Sigma Fraternity at Carleton University is set to participate in the World Partnership Walk in Honor of Arif Merani. This is Canada’s largest annual event to raise awareness and funds to end global poverty.

The money raised by the team will support Aga Khan Foundation Canada, a registered canadian charity that supports social and economic developmental programs in developing countries. This includes but is not limited to economic development programs in Asia and Africa, higher education quality for girls and boys in East Africa, and employment opportunities in Pakistan.

We are walking this year in honor of Arif Menari, wh...

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