Tau Chapter Earns Top Rankings at National Leadership Conference
The Tau Chapter was recognized at the 2018 Kappa Sigma Fraternity Leadership Conference last month in two areas of achievement. They placed third for the Military Heroes Champion Award for their outstanding annual fundraising campaign to support Horns for Heroes, an organization dedicated to helping families of fallen Navy SEALs. They were also named one of the Top 25 Recruiting Chapters, among 320 chapters and colonies located throughout the United States and Canada. 

Those attending the conference were TKSEF Board Chairman Jim Pritchett ’71, Executive Committee Vice-Chairman Bill Zwiener ‘73, Tau Chapter Grand Master Jacob Roschmann ’15, Head of Rush/Scribe Cooper St. Claire ’16, Risk Chairman Ben Broughton ’16, and Dylan Thompson ’17. The conference was held July 20 - 22 in New Orleans. 
Dylan Thompson ’17, Jacob Roschmann 15, Cooper St. Claire 16, and Ben Broughton ‘16
Here’s your fourth “Name That Sig” photo challenge. To play,  click here  and list the names of those you recognize in the photo. Winning entries will be named in the next Tau eNEWS edition. 
Same group of Sigs, years later at Schultz’s Beer Garden. 
Below are the answers to last month’s Name That Sig photo challenge. Joe Longley ‘63, Willie Madden ‘84, and Susan Longley correctly identified several of the Sigs in the photos below. Thank you for your submissions. 
Chapter House, 1961: Nick Kralj ’62, Jack Provine ‘62, Billy Vaughn ’61 (unable to identify fourth man from left) Charlie Winters ’61 and Hagen McMahon`’66. 
UT’s Tri-Delta formal, 1963. From left: Gordon Roberts, Bill Heiligbrodt ’60 (unable to identify man in center), Hagen McMahon ’66 and Charles Putman ’62. 
If you have photos from your personal Kappa Sig archives that you’d like to submit, please scan and email them to us, along with the names of those in the photos and any other relevant information you’d like to share. 
Save the Dates!

Kappa Sigma Tau Chapter Parents’ Weekend
November 2 & 3
Kappa Sigma Tau Trustee Reunion and Tau Man of the Year Celebration   
November 3 

More information coming soon. 
Have You Paid Your 2018 Alumni Dues?
Your annual Tau Alumni dues ($100) help sustain operating costs for the Tau Chapter alumni program. Your Tau Trustee dues payment ($500) covers your Tau Alumni dues, House Corp. stipend, summer rush contribution, Kappa Sigma fraternity dues and your contribution to the Kappa Sigma Military Heroes campaign. Your support is vital to the success of the Tau Chapter and much appreciated.