Bethlehem, PA – February 4, 2013 - On January 27, 2013 the Pennsylvania Sigma Phi Epsilon Beta Alpha chapter held its annual Balanced Man Scholarship Banquet. This year it was hosted at the Bethlehem Hotel, where a champagne brunch was served to almost sixty supporters of Sigma Phi Epsilon. Scott Zientek, President of the Alumni Volunteer Cooperation, led the morning along with three other captivating speakers.
The first brother to speak was Brother Philip Patrick. He gave an inspiring speech which gave the supporters an idea of what it was like to grow from an undergraduate college student into an experienced ‘balanced man’. He shared with the audience his experiences in creating the Moravian College SigEp chapter, and the sacrifice that he had made during his time serving as chapter Councilor in order to give the undergraduates the full experience of being a Sigep.
Second to speak was brother Brian Corvino. He turned back the clock life in 1998 on Moravian Campus. He shared with the audience the story of how Dean April Vari proactively recruited Sigma Phi Epsilon to Moravian’s Campus and how life was back then for a college student. Third to speak was the chapters current undergraduate President, David Cariello, where he challenged the audience to self-analyze where their heart was and where that will lead them.
Following the distinguished speakers, Nicholas Clingan presented the undergraduate awards.
Phillip Torres- Red Door Award
Nicholas Clingan- Fearless Leader
Timothy Lorah- Power House Athlete
Brett Rentzheimer- Consummate Gentleman
David Cariello- Philip J. Patrick Service Above Self Award
These men were all recognized for their leadership and distinguished characteristics that make them honorable brothers. The Balanced Man Scholarship Award was presented to Evan Dickinson, who has recently become Brother Evan Dickinson.
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