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Laughlin, G. Conor. English-101 September 30, 2008 Hertweck, Tom When people hear the word “fraternity”, they think of wild parties, drunken debauchery, harsh hazing, basically everything people have seen in Animal House. But not everything is like the stereotypes. The University of Nevada, Reno has ten fraternities. One in particular stands out. That fraternity is Sigma Phi Epsilon, or SigEp for short. Joining a fraternity is a big decision and should not be taken lightly. If someone joins just to join, they might regret it. “At the end of my freshmen year, I started looking around campus for something more to complete my college experience. I started to become interested in campus politics and student government. I went to a few meetings and began to see a trend with the most powerful, respected, and influential leaders on campus. Not only were they Greek, but also most of them were SigEps. When I began to see how these men carried themselves as leaders on campus and as friends to me, I knew that SigEp had something special that I wanted to be a part of.” Kyle Rea, President of
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