Baylor Fraternity Chapter Receives Honor

Sept. 10, 2002

by Phallan Davis, Student Newswriter

The Sigma Alpha Epsilon Fraternity nominated the Texas Theta Chapter at Baylor University for its highest chapter award. Texas Theta was one of only five chapters nominated for the John O. Moseley Leadership School Award for Fraternity Zeal. The chapter's nomination was announced at Sigma Alpha Epsilon's 67th Leadership School.

The Zeal Award recognizes the chapter that most exceeds chapter-management expectations and best exemplifies loyalty, zeal and devotion among its members.

In addition to being nominated for the Zeal Award, the chapter received the Achievement Award, the fraternity's second-highest chapter award.

"The standards and level of achievement of the Baylor chapter signify its leadership skills, its commitment to the values stated in our ritual, and its willingness to work hand-in-hand with the university and alumni," said Tom Goodale, executive director.

"The chapter is a true model that others should follow."

The mission of Sigma Alpha Epsilon is to promote the highest standards of friendship, scholarship and service for its members based upon the ideals set forth by the founders.

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