The purpose of doing the Greek Spotlight Series is to show all of the positive aspects of the sororities and fraternities here on Gannon’s campus. With so many fantastic young men and women, there are a lot of people to talk about.
This week we me with a member of Tau Kappa Epsilon, Ian Siggins. Siggins is a junior pre-medicine/biology major at Gannon University. He joined Tau Kappa Epsilon about a year and a half ago and has held many leadership positions since he joined, including president of the fraternity, vice president and alumni relations chair.
When asked about how he has grown through his experience in Tau Kappa Epsilon, Ian said, “I have not only gotten more involved on campus at Gannon, but also with the Erie community.” Elaborating on his fraternity, he continued, “My fraternity brothers helped me grow in many ways that range from helping me get out of bed and get me moving to helping me study for tests.”
Thank you, Ian, for showing me what Tau Kappa Epsilon has done for you during your time at Gannon University! Check back in two weeks, April 12th, for a look into one of Gannon’s sororities!