Monday, October 10, 2016

Fellow Ambassador Becomes a Founding Father on campus

This semester The University of Missouri–St. Louis has welcomed the new fraternity Alpha Sigma Phi onto campus. This addition to Greek Life excited new Student Ambassador, Braxton Perry. Over the summer he received an invitation to join which stated that the fraternity was in search of the best men on campus. After research and deliberation with his family, he decided to join Alpha Sigma Phi and obtained the distinct title of Founding Father; an honor that only 0.003% of all fraternity men can obtain. Last week the Alpha Sigma Phi held executive board elections and found Braxton qualified to be the first president of this chapters fraternity. Braxton states "I am excited to have the opportunity to lead a great group of gentlemen and even more ecstatic to help with the development of bettering the world through better men.” Moving forward, Alpha Sigma Phi is on track to earn their charter by the beginning of Fall 2017 and is excited to soon be recognized as an official University of Missouri–St. Louis fraternity.

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