Having your Chapter in the Caduceus is a tremendous way to build morale in you Chapter and to keep your alumni up to date on the activities of their home chapter. The Kappa Sigma Fraternity wants to publicize the good works of your Chapter – its philanthropic events that support the fraternity’s A Greater Cause and Military Heroes Campaign initiatives and your dollars raised for charity and hours contributed to community service. We want to hear about and document your achievements in articles on Chapter homecoming celebrations, Founders Day, Stephen Alonzo Jackson Day, alumni outings, and success in Chapter events; in individual and chapter success on campus that reflect Kappa Sigma’s Initiative of Fellowship including chapter sponsored events and intramurals; in success in Scholarship and Leadership on Campus, which provide an opportunity to recognize Brothers who excel in the classroom and as leaders in chapter and campus organizations.
Your chapter should have submissions for the Caduceus in every issue of the magazine.
If you feel that you have had a significant achievement for the Chapter, then send your written article with photos of the events and ceremonies. In your article make sure that you tell the story of what occurred by the simple rules of who, what, when, where, why, and how. Tell the story of the success of your Chapter and events with detail and enthusiasm.
If you are submitting Chapter news, please make sure you send a summary of your recent events with a photo. Make sure all photos are high-resolution.
High-Resolution Photos – 300 DPI (Dots Per Inch)
Include Caption, or Cutline, to describe who is in the photo or what the photo is about.
Ultimately, your chapter’s Grand Scribe is responsible for all communications. The smart thing for Grand Scribes to do is to develop a communication and public relations team of Brothers to facilitate submissions to the Caduceus and to organize newsletters, internal chapter communications, and social media to keep everyone informed.
When Brothers are in the know, they are empowered and can organize their schedules to meet Chapter commitments.Winter/Spring issue-November 1 Summer/ Fall issue-May 1.
Submit articles to:
Or by mail to:
Kappa Sigma International Headquarters
Attention: Mitchell B. Wilson
1610 Scottsville Road
Charlottesville, VA 22902