Who's News for Saturday, Sept. 12, 2015

Friday, September 11, 2015

Sigma Nu Fraternity, Inc. recently announced that DAKOTA N. WATSON of Greencastle has been awarded membership in the Alpha Alumni Chapter Affiliate program for the 2014-15 academic year.

The fraternity wishes to salute Watson as a rare and uncommon knight who exemplified excellence in his daily life as shown by his commitment to the ideals of the Legion of Honor.

His performance on behalf of his chapter at DePauw University and the Sigma Nu General Fraternity is a worthy example for others to follow.

Each academic year, 10 outstanding graduating seniors are awarded membership into Sigma Nu's prestigious Alpha Alumni Chapter Affiliate program.

During Watson's collegiate tenure, he served Beta Beta Chapter as commander, recorder, chaplain, recruitment chairman, scholarship chairman and alumni chairman while earning a 3.28 GPA with a double major in computer science and history.

Adding to his extensive chapter involvement, he was the vice president of operations and vice president of recruitment for DePauw University's IFC.

Within the greater campus community, Watson was student body president and vice president of academic life for DePauw student government. He also was a member of the Soccer Club for four years, including a year and a half as president. During his junior year, he was awarded the Randal L. Wilson Memorial Union Board Award presented to a junior whom the administration has determined to have contributed the most to DePauw in their first three years at DePauw.

"Cody's work ethic, his character, his generous spirit, and his natural leadership will take him far. Over the course of his life, I have no doubt that he will be one of those alumni whose reflected glow will be a benefit to both DePauw and Sigma Nu," said Vice President of Student Life Christopher Wells. Dakota is currently working for the Technology Services Group in Chicago.

Sigma Nu wishes Dakota Watson success in his future endeavors and hopes that he will continue to proudly represent the Fraternity's mission, values, and principles through his honorable conduct.

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