Alumni

We are very fortunate to have had the strong support of the Ames Alumni Chapter since our beginning days at Iowa State University.  It is the Ames Alumni who first purchased us a house on Hyland in the 1950s, then who built us a new house at 223 Lynn in the mid-1980s and who have since acquired for us our current house at 2132 Sunset Drive.  As advisors, mentors, and friends, the Ames Alumni Chapter and Board Members challenge us to be better men and relate to us the importance of our relationship with one another, our community, and Christ.

We enjoy a strong relationship with our alumni organization, which has allowed us to grow stronger during the past decade when several other chapters have fallen.  Our alumni regularly stop by to tour the house, attend meetings in advisory roles, oversee improvements to the chapter house, and return en masse for Homecoming.  It is at these times that we are able to learn from and share our common experiences that bond us as brothers even though several decades may separate us.

 

Homecoming

ISU Homecoming is coming up soon!  Beta Sigma Psi will have a tailgating tent set up and tickets available for purchase by alumni and friends again this year.  More information is below - tickets must be preordered.  We look forward to seeing everyone at the end of October to catch up with other alumni and celebrate all the fraternity is achieving!
  • What: ISU vs. Texas Tech (Homecoming)
  • Date: October 27th
  • Time: TBA
  • Cost: $35 per ticket
  • To Order Tickets: Fill out this form
  • Tailgating: Tent 14 (Tent Map)
Go Cyclones!

 

Chapter News

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Beta Sigma Psi - Epsilon Chapter

Lots of hard work by our team last night to help get the banner and parade float finished! Homecoming is off to a fast start! Alpha Gamma Delta, Rho Chapter Sigma Pi Fraternity - Iowa State ... See MoreSee Less

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Beta Sigma Psi - Epsilon Chapter

Don Beitz, Beta Sigs academic advisor, was the introductory and conclusion speaker at the "Why Nutrition Should be a Global Priority and How to Make It So" lecture earlier this week.

The lecture was set up as a panel with Iowa State University President Wendy Wintersteen asking Lawrence Haddad and David Nabarro questions about their success on global nutrition.

The main take away that our members thought was most important is that feeling the hungry is no longer enough, although still needed. It is now more important to nourish everyone because obesity is just as much of a problem as starvation. Professor Bietz had a warming welcome and gave out awards to Iowa State students to end the lecture.

Were are truly blessed to have such amazing advisors!
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