“Shoot, I should have had so much ice tea,” I think to myself as I unzip my tent. The moment I turn on my flashlight and scan for potentially dangerous animals, I am hit with a vast array of Zimbabwe’s flying insects. I quickly make my way over to the designated toilet area as I scan around, hoping a leopard or lion will not appear. Luckily the trip is without incident and I briskly walk back towards my tent seeking relieve from the various bugs. As I turn the corner, I am frozen in my tracks. A fully-grown female elephant blocks the entrance to my tent. The elephant notices me and starts to walk towards me. At first, I am frightened but than soon realize that she takes me as no threat and is interested more in the Marula tree near me. She spent a few moments rubbing her body on the tree and disappears into the bush.
Article highlighting some of our work with Marquette’s Remove the Blindfold program.
Not literally - but in the growing social media environment, it’s hard to go under the radar these days. If you would like more information on the Wisconsin Zeta brothers, or would like to keep up with what we are doing, please check us out on the following outlets:
One of our brothers, Aaron Ledesma, jumped on the opportunity to take his talents to Rome for the spring semester this year. An avid blogger and photographer, Aaron has captured some moments from his travels on his blog: http://romeoandjournal-it.tumblr.com/ - Be sure to check it out!
Aaron, we look forward to seeing you upon your triumphant return to campus.
One of the introductory programs of the SigEp Leadership Continuum, EDGE, is a program designed to help brothers new to SigEp become acquainted with what exactly makes SigEp so different. One of our new brothers, Matt Dolan, was able to grant us the privileged of providing his insights into the program.
The Leadership Continuum spearheaded by our national organization, is a series of award winning leadership programs that are geared to teach and reinforce the qualities and characteristics of a leader and SigEp to the brothers. The programs are built to help train brothers to lead balanced lives and develop the skills necessary to be an effective leader in their chapter and prepare them for leadership roles in the global community as a whole following graduation. The programs offered through the continuum are as follows: