Greek Briefs

Fraternity inducts members in Capitol

The Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity inducted its new members at a room in the Capitol building last week.

Senior Charles Calloway, president of Sigma Alpha Epsilon, said that Wilson Livingood, the sergeant-at-arms for the U.S. House of Representatives, arranged the event. Livingood is an alumnus of the fraternity.

The sergeant-at-arms of the House is a member of the U.S. Capitol Police and is the chief law enforcement officer of the House. Livingood is responsible for overseeing the space delegated to the House of Representatives in the Capitol building, including admission into the House chamber and other congressional rooms.

“We’re really excited about being able to initiate members in the Capitol building,” Calloway said. “This opportunity does really great things for our fraternity, which we’re hoping will become one of the best chapters in the nation.”

Calloway said the fraternity is now planning to hold the induction ceremony every semester on the Hill.

-Rony Rothken

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