On this Founders’ Day, we celebrate our 146th year as a brotherhood. On December 10th 1869, the Five Friends and Brothers gathered to draft a constitution and they founded the Kappa Sigma Fraternity in North America. At the time 46 East Lawn on the University of Virginia campus was occupied by William Grigsby McCormick. It was there, on that cold December evening, that McCormick, with four friends, Frank Courtney Nicodemus, Edmund Law Rogers, John Covert Boyd and George Miles Arnold, founded the Kappa Sigma Fraternity.
Today, Kappa Sigma is stronger than ever with 20,000 undergraduate members, over 200,000 living alumni, and representation on over 320 campuses across North America. Here we are, still living Jackson’s Dream in 2015.
Be proud this Founders’ Day and rejoice in the eternal bond that we all share. Take a moment to watch the Founders’ Day video.
Happy Founder’s Day!