SIGMA BETA RHO

ALPHA EPSILON CHAPTER

Two roads diverged in a wood, and I, I took the one less traveled by, and that has made all the difference

- Robert Frost

About Us

Our pillars of Society, Brotherhood, and Remembrance were established upon the formation of the Alpha Chapter at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia, on August 16, 1996. Our founders realized the unique promise of a Greek-lettered organization that instills positive values among its members, provides an avenue for leadership, and promotes self-betterment.

In its nascent stages, these founders understood that they must maintain a constant and growing nationwide network in order to truly manifest their organizational vision. As such, several new brothers were inducted on August 22, 1998 in New York. At this time, eight men from three different universities were given the status of National Founding Fathers as they were the visionaries who established the Fraternity for years to come.

Modern day Sigma Beta Rho has grown considerably since its inception. We have expanded from our roots on the East Coast to forty five recognized active chapters and colonies that span the breadth of the nation. This growth stems from a reputation for excellent, values-based programming, diversity among our brotherhood, and alignment with the ideals of many students who strive for a competitive edge before entering a post-globalized working world.

As an organization that prides itself on having individuals from every continent, ethnicity, and religion, we seek to foster enriching, cross-cultural discourse both amongst our members and within our campus communities. Through the efforts of our brothers, we have become the largest, most expansive fraternity of our kind in seventeen years. With each passing day, we strive to take one more step towards realizing the nationwide network envisioned by our National Founding Fathers.This applies not just to accepting and celebrating the cultural, racial, sexual, and other differences that characterize our membership, but to an understanding of brotherhood beyond the ranks of our own organization – not just Greek unity, but humanity as a whole. This is imagined as an ideal for which we strive – to make a positive impact in and on the lives of others irrespective of difference.

Our Associate Chapter's History

The University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign associate chapter was founded in 2008. Thirteen men had a vision to expand Sigma Beta Rho Fraternity, Inc. to the Midwest Region. These men were given the status of Founding Fathers as they would establish the fraternity at UIUC for years to come. More importantly, they were the foundation for expansion throughout the entire region.

National Founding Fathers

The eight men established this fraternity to foster the ideals of Society, Brotherhood, and Remembrance amongst its members. They believed that through their bonds of brotherhood they would be able to establish an organization that would instill unity amongst its members, promote South Asian culture, and aid the greater community at large. They felt that the principles of Society, Brotherhood, and Remembrance would develop leaders from young men both as undergraduate students on their college campuses and as professionals in their lives upon graduation.

These young men would serve as role models and mentors in their respective communities, break down barriers between different ethnic groups, and through their leadership would aid their communities in this country in attaining a better and brighter future than it would have had. It is to this end that the brothers of Sigma Beta Rho work so diligently towards to this day. All the brothers strive to uphold the ideals of Society, Brotherhood, and Remembrance so that one day our future may be a brighter one.

The modern day fraternity of Sigma Beta Rho has grown to over 2000 brothers with over 45 chapters and colonies stretching across the United States. Currently we have chapters/colonies in New York, New Jersey, Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, Florida, Virginia, Maryland, South Carolina, Washington, Texas, Georgia, Oregon, Tennessee, Illinois, Indiana and Michigan making us the largest and most expansive fraternity of our kind. With a stronghold of over eight chapters and colonies in New York State and nationally headquartered out of New York City Sigma Beta Rho has become the most sought after organization of its kind. Together we work to establish the nationwide network that was envisioned by our founding fathers. As every day passes we realize that we are another day closer to that original vision. Through the years, we have carried our ideals of Society, Brotherhood, and Remembrance beyond our original objectives. We accept brothers of all cultures, backgrounds, and beliefs and promote diversity within our organization. It is our belief that these three pillars help to create strong leaders for the community.

Society

As a fraternity that strongly believes in giving back to our community through service, we have partnered with S.O.S Children’s Villages International as our national Philanthropy. Duty to one’s society is instilled in each of our members at induction and emphasized throughout his undergraduate years. This foundation has been working with disadvantaged families around the world from more than 133 different countries since 1960 in order to prevent crises that can lead to family separation. S.O.S Children’s Villages’ focus is on abandoned, destitute and orphaned children requiring family-based child care. Millions of children worldwide are living without the biological families therefore S.O.S. provides about 50,000 such children and 15,000 young adults with a permanent new family. Community service and campus involvement is a crucial component of our chapter evaluations.

In addition to working with S.O.S Children’s Villages International, the University of Illinois Associate Chapter of Sigma Beta Rho is constantly working toward the betterment of the local Champaign-Urbana community through the Adopt-a-Highway program, volunteering at local homeless shelters and soup kitchens, assisting the elderly in day to day tasks, and helping out at the Boys and Girls Club of Champaign.

Brotherhood

Brotherhood defines the bonds that hold our fraternity together. Through the development of close relationships within the ranks of our fraternity, brothers of Sigma Beta Rho know that they are creating relationships that will last them for a lifetime. Brothers from Sigma Beta Rho are dedicated to each other and are always finding ways to spend time together. On campus, brothers live together, take classes together, compete in intramural sports together and participate in a variety of extracurriculars together.

Even after graduation, brothers find ways to stay involved. Through our Chapter’s alumni network and mentorship program, on-campus brothers have the opportunity to connect with those that have already graduated, creating relationships and expanding their personal networks. Alumni from our chapter have gone on to companies like Microsoft, Goldman Sachs, NASA, J.P Morgan Chase, graduate schools while some have started their own companies, even being named to Forbes 30 under 30 for their accomplishments in entrepreneurship. These are the members of our fraternity that are always looking for ways to give back.

The brotherhood that each Sigma Beta Rho brother experiences extends beyond our campus to all of our chapters, nationwide. Brothers from our Chicago, Michigan and Georgia chapters have taken the opportunity to come and visit us, and we take every opportunity to see our brothers at other schools. National Convention also occurs on an annual basis, and gives Sig Rho brothers across the nation the chance to see each other.

Remembrance

Our membership is comprised of individuals from all different nationalities, ethnicities, religions, and creeds. As a truly multicultural fraternity, we are committed to promoting diversity and cultural awareness on university campuses across the nation. It has been said that the best way to realize where you are going is knowing where you have come from, and that is why we are dedicated to showcasing the different cultures that each of our members bring. Given that many come from different backgrounds, not only is it necessary for an individual to recognize and appreciate his/her own culture, but also to be aware of and to appreciate other cultures. At its core, remembrance is about understanding and appreciating what others have done for the world and taking the initiative to leave your own mark, be it in terms of service, your achievements or the bonds that you form. Brothers work to empower each other to make these changes as strong and permanent as possible.

F.A.Q.S

What are the social aspects of fraternity and sorority membership?

Just like most other student organizations, Sigma Beta Rho contributes to the social activity on campus, so our National Executive Board has worked toward the creation of a responsible and safe environment for our members. All of our chapters have strict policies regarding the consumption of alcohol by underage members and guests as well as safe consumption for those of age. All members are held accountable to their state laws.

What is the financial obligation?

Like some opportunities for involvement in college there is a financial commitment associated with a joining a fraternity or sorority. The costs go toward the Inter/National fees, chapter operating expenses, and social functions. Financial obligations differ among individual chapters, as well as living in or out of a chapter house. Typically, these consist of chapter dues, national dues, and philanthropy dues. We understand the strain these unexpected expenses can cause on students and/or parents so we offer many type of fundraising opportunities to help.

Is hazing a part of the Sigma Beta Rho culture?

Sigma Beta Rho has a zero-tolerance policy regarding hazing that is consistent with anti-hazing legislation. Our New Member Education Process is created solely to educate incoming members about the fraternity, how to be a successful member, and get the most out of their collegiate experience and fraternal membership. If you sense your son may be participating in inappropriate activities as a result of membership, please contact our National Office. All correspondences will be handled in an immediate and discreet manner.

Who is actually in charge of the fraternity?

We have an elected National Executive Board and regional officers that oversee the operations of the organization at every school. Individual chapters elect officers to manage the day-to-day operations of the organization. These officers are assisted by alumni who act as advisors. Each chapter is responsible to report with our National office. We offer support, advice, and direction through professional and experienced staff/volunteers. Also, at each individual chapter, Greek Coordinators are on staff and serve as the primary contacts for the Greek community.

What is Rush/Recruitment/Intake?

Greek organizations practice what is called either Recruitment or Intake. There are two forms of recruitment, formal and informal. Formal recruitment consists of a “Rush Week” where each chapter will host a series of events for potential new members. The formal process allows your son to experience the brotherhood and various activities we engage in. However, throughout the remainder of the calendar year, all young men will have the opportunity to meet and interact with our fraternity members (informal recruitment). The Membership Intake process to join occurs at various times throughout the year at the discretion of each chapter, in accordance with university policies, rules, and regulations.

What is pledging?

All fraternity members experience a period of orientation. During this time, your son and other new members will participate in weekly meetings to learn about the university and the fraternity history, leadership retreats, community service projects, and activities designed to build friendships among new members (pledges/associates/candidates) and the initiated members. SIGMA BETA RHO POLICIES FORBID HAZING, and are committed to a membership education period that instills a sense of responsibility and commitment in our new members. This period will assist your student in overcoming some of the concerns about success in college.

What is a philanthropy or service project?

All Sigma Beta Rho members take it as part of their mission to support our national philanthropy (SOS Children’s Villages) financially and physically. Throughout the year, each chapter spends time fundraising and volunteering to help the philanthropy. Aside from our National Philanthropy, we support various other charities and not-for-profit causes such as Breast Cancer Research, Make-A-Wish, Boys and Girls Club, Prevent Child Abuse Awareness, and many more. Other service events have benefited the campus and the surrounding communities. Some of these service opportunities are: Ronald McDonald House, St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital, Girl Scouts of America, Big Brothers and Big Sisters and Habitat for Humanity. The time spent together on these events is one of the many times that our fraternity brothers can bond, while making a difference in someone’s life.

How will joining a chapter now benefit me as a student after college?

The life long friendships you will make through this associate chapter can last into post-college years. Membership in this associate chapter can be a life-long experience. Joining now is really an investment in your future. Wherever a member ends up after college, chances are he will be able to find an alumni chapter or other members of the fraternity in the area. In addition, Sigma Beta Rho has a national Alumni Association which provides a network for our members that could be helpful in finding jobs, internships, or simply professional/personal guidance.

What can I do as a parent or family member?

Be supportive, and learn as much as you can by talking to your son before he joins. Our chapters provide rush packets and informationals; your son should be encouraged to obtain all provided documents and read the information as well as attend the events. In addition, allow your son to make their own choice (especially if you yourself were Greek). Your support should not end after the recruitment period but continue throughout your son’s years in school. Once your son joins a chapter, take advantage of the opportunities to attend public fraternity events such as your son’s probate show (introduction as a member of the fraternity). These are great opportunities for you to see your son interacting with his chapter members, and one more way for you to spend time with your son.

Alpha Class

Α | Spring 2008 | PM C-Hook

Number :
1
Name :
Imran Chisti
Brother :
Founding Father Sinon
Big :
Mentos
Major :
Molecular and Cellular Biology
Number :
2
Name :
Ashok Venugopal
Brother :
Founding Father Neutron
Big :
Banshee
Major :
Chemistry
Number :
3
Name :
Milap Bhatt
Brother :
Founding Father Ernest
Big :
Timon
Major :
Psychology
Number :
4
Name :
Shazad Ahmed
Brother :
Founding Father Push-Pop
Big :
Ashoka
Major :
Community Health
Number :
5
Name :
Azam Farooqui
Brother :
Founding Father Hound
Big :
BeNumb
Major :
Community Health
Number :
6
Name :
Sunny Hirpara
Brother :
Founding Father Falsetto
Big :
Done
Major :
Chemistry
Number :
7
Name :
Jaison Alexander
Brother :
Founding Father Reali
Big :
Praetorian
Major :
Finance & Accounting
Number :
8
Name :
Anand Brahmbhatt
Brother :
Founding Father Movado
Big :
Nyquil
Major :
Economics
Number :
9
Name :
Brian Choi
Brother :
Founding Father Vice
Big :
A.I.
Major :
Psychology
Number :
10
Name :
Manan Patel
Brother :
Founding Father Buster
Big :
Sniggles
Major :
Economics
Number :
11
Name :
Adil Ali
Brother :
Founding Father Sigh
Big :
Pyle
Major :
Mathematics
Number :
12
Name :
Husam Najib
Brother :
Founding Father Duality
Big :
Axis
Major :
Economics
Number :
13
Name :
Arash Dave
Brother :
Founding Father ROFL
Big :
Sinon
Major :
Mechanical Engineering

Beta Class

B | Fall 2008 | PM BeNumb

Number :
14
Name :
Ibrahim El-Natour
Brother :
Roomba
Big :
FF Sinon
Major :
Chemical Engineering
Number :
15
Name :
Samir Patel
Brother :
Scrabble
Big :
FF Movado
Major :
Chemical Engineering
Number :
16
Name :
Parth Patel
Brother :
Fin-S
Big :
FF Ernest
Major :
Finance & Accounting
Number :
17
Name :
Niyanth Anand
Brother :
Lub-Dub
Big :
FF Falsetto
Major :
Finance
Number :
18
Name :
Priyank Doshi
Brother :
Polar
Big :
FF Duality
Major :
Economics & Political Science

Gamma Class

Γ | Spring 2009 | PM Movado

Number :
19
Name :
Ujjawal Patel
Brother :
Clench
Big :
FF Neutron
Major :
Chemistry
Number :
20
Name :
Rahul Ahuja
Brother :
Filibuster
Big :
FF Buster
Major :
Acturial Science
Number :
21
Name :
Joseph Uthuppane
Brother :
Hancock
Big :
FF Push-Pop
Major :
Community Health

Delta Class

Δ | Spring 2010 | PM Sigh

Number :
22
Name :
Maulik Patel
Brother :
Tetarch
Big :
Scrabble
Major :
Accounting
Number :
23
Name :
Prerak Patel
Brother :
Sceana
Big :
Hancock
Major :
Accounting
Number :
24
Name :
Siddharth Banothu
Brother :
Banon
Big :
Adegan
Major :
Computer Engineering
Number :
25
Name :
Karthik Singh
Brother :
Salix
Big :
Clench
Major :
Computer Science
Number :
26
Name :
Rupesh Manam
Brother :
Cheeta
Big :
FF Vice
Major :
Molecular & Cellular Biology
Number :
Honorary Transfer
Name :
Rajiv Kamaria
Brother :
Founding Father Sunspot
Big :
Polar
Major :
Finance & Accounting

Epsilon Class

Ε | Fall 2010 | PM Buster

Number :
27
Name :
Milan Patel
Brother :
MVP
Big :
Fin-S
Major :
Chemistry
Number :
28
Name :
Jayant Sirdesai
Brother :
Hyena
Big :
Salix
Major :
Molecular & Cellular Biology
Number :
30
Name :
Anish Patel
Brother :
Cameo
Big :
Tetrarch
Major :
Accounting
Number :
31
Name :
Raj Hirpara
Brother :
Illuminatus
Big :
Polar
Major :
Chemical Engineering
Number :
32
Name :
Sai Nettem
Brother :
Goku
Big :
FF Ernest
Major :
Economics
Number :
33
Name :
Rohun Papa
Brother :
Blockbuster
Big :
Filibuster
Major :
Community Health
Number :
35
Name :
Krishna Kallakuri
Brother :
Pegasus
Big :
Cheeta
Major :
Molecular & Cellular Biology
Number :
36
Name :
Varad Karamkar
Brother :
Downtown
Big :
Banon
Major :
Economics & Political Science
Number :
37
Name :
Anish Dalal
Brother :
Currency
Big :
Centerline
Major :
Economics
Number :
38
Name :
Mitesh Bhatt
Brother :
808
Big :
Scrabble
Major :
Finance & Marketing

Zeta Class

Ζ | Spring 2011 | PM Clench

Number :
39
Name :
Nikhil Patel
Brother :
Comeback
Big :
Centerline
Major :
Economics
Number :
40
Name :
Chintan Patel
Brother :
Alibi
Big :
Hancock
Major :
Accounting
Number :
41
Name :
Kevin Patel
Brother :
Seminole
Big :
FF Vice
Major :
MCB & Psychology
Number :
42
Name :
Solaman Huq
Brother :
Lyrix
Big :
Salix
Major :
Computer Science
Number :
43
Name :
Nigam Shah
Brother :
Warped
Big :
Banon
Major :
Industrial Engineering

Eta Class

Η | Fall 2011 | PM Banon

Number :
44
Name :
Kirthi Banothu
Brother :
Arete
Big :
FF Sigh
Major :
Computer Engineering
Number :
45
Name :
Parth Dave
Brother :
Nemo
Big :
Downtown
Major :
Engineering Physics
Number :
46
Name :
Palak Bhesania
Brother :
Radix
Big :
Salix
Major :
General Engineering
Number :
47
Name :
Karan Jariwala
Brother :
Descend
Big :
FF Movdao
Major :
Economics
Number :
48
Name :
Neal Patel
Brother :
Pyron
Big :
Adegan
Major :
Economics
Number :
49
Name :
Eric Eng
Brother :
Megatron
Big :
Dream-on
Major :
Finance

Theta Class

Θ | Spring 2012 | PM Hancock

Number :
50
Name :
Rinkesh Patel
Brother :
Photon
Big :
Cameo
Major :
General Engineering
Number :
51
Name :
Ravi Patel
Brother :
Stronghold
Big :
Hyena
Major :
Community Health
Number :
52
Name :
Deep Patel
Brother :
League
Big :
FF Sunspot
Major :
Accounting
Number :
53
Name :
Krunal Patel
Brother :
Myth-Buster
Big :
Blockbuster
Major :
Psychology
Number :
55
Name :
Sheel Shah
Brother :
Piston
Big :
Lub-Dub
Major :
Economics

Iota Class

Ι | Spring 2013 | PM Alibi

Number :
56
Name :
Alex Periaswamy
Brother :
Refute
Big :
Comeback
Major :
Economics
Number :
57
Name :
Jay Jani
Brother :
Sinclair
Big :
Illuminatus
Major :
Economics
Number :
58
Name :
Neal Soni
Brother :
Sasuke
Big :
Lyrix
Major :
Community Health
Number :
59
Name :
Ricky Patel
Brother :
Nuke
Big :
Currency
Major :
MCB & Psychology
Number :
60
Name :
Prem Vaikuntapathi
Brother :
Flowresce
Big :
Pegasus
Major :
Molecular and Cellular Biology
Number :
61
Name :
Nandu Anilal
Brother :
Ironsight
Big :
808
Major :
Industrial Engineering
Number :
62
Name :
Manthan Dave
Brother :
Siege
Big :
MVP
Major :
Molecular and Cellular Biology
Number :
63
Name :
Christopher Pillay
Brother :
Warlord
Big :
Seminole
Major :
Electrical Engineering

Kappa Class

Κ | Fall 2013 | PM Illuminatus

Number :
64
Name :
Arjun Ahuja
Brother :
Exalt
Big :
FF Aorta
Major :
Molecular and Cellular Biology
Number :
65
Name :
Sahil Patel
Brother :
NitroGEN
Big :
League
Major :
Chemical Engineering

Lambda Class

Λ | Spring 2014 | PM MVP

Number :
66
Name :
Vivek Trivedi
Brother :
Quasar
Big :
Photon
Major :
MCB & Psychology
Number :
67
Name :
Varun Mummadi
Brother :
Tactix
Big :
Radix
Major :
Mechanical Engineering
Number :
68
Name :
Jay Patel
Brother :
Bass-Buster
Big :
Myth-Buster
Major :
Molecular and Cellular Biology
Number :
69
Name :
Sameer Khan
Brother :
Saber
Big :
Downtown
Major :
Statistics

Mu Class

Μ | Fall 2014 | PM Mythbuster

Number :
70
Name :
Varun Medhal
Brother :
Waterloo
Big :
Alibi
Major :
Bio-Engineering
Number :
71
Name :
Mihir Sirdesai
Brother :
Soma
Big :
Sasuke
Major :
Finance
Number :
72
Name :
Irfan Malani
Brother :
Sapphire
Big :
League
Major :
Chemistry
Number :
73
Name :
Raj Kantharia
Brother :
Unle4ded
Big :
NitroGEN
Major :
Chemistry
Number :
74
Name :
Partha Ryali
Brother :
Onassis
Big :
Sinclair
Major :
Bio-Engineering
Number :
75
Name :
Vivek Patel
Brother :
Xquisite
Big :
Siege
Major :
Molecular and Cellular Biology
Number :
76
Name :
Peri Narayanan
Brother :
Aragorn
Big :
Flowresce
Major :
Finance & Accounting
Number :
77
Name :
Pranav Agarwal
Brother :
Starlord
Big :
Warlord
Major :
Computer Science
Number :
78
Name :
Saurav Pattnaik
Brother :
Rhy90
Big :
Piston
Major :
Molecular and Cellular Biology
Number :
79
Name :
Vivek Gupta
Brother :
Majin-Buu
Big :
Lyrix
Major :
Mechanical Engineering
Number :
80
Name :
Kishan Patel
Brother :
Django
Big :
Descend
Major :
Economics

Nu Class

Ν | Spring 2015 | PM Piston

Number :
81
Name :
Neel Patel
Brother :
Ecliptic
Big :
Quasar
Major :
Accounting
Number :
82
Name :
Shiv Patel
Brother :
Exon
Big :
Exalt
Major :
Economics & Math
Number :
83
Name :
Arvind Kouta
Brother :
Ohm
Big :
Goku
Major :
Computer Science

Xi Class

Ξ | Fall 2015 | PM Warlord

Number :
84
Name :
Kishore Adimulam
Brother :
Explosive
Big :
Exalt
Major :
Electrical Engineering
Number :
85
Name :
Vivek Murthy
Brother :
Steady-Aim
Big :
Refute
Major :
Finance
Number :
86
Name :
Rahul Ninan
Brother :
Cicatrix
Big :
Tactix
Major :
Chemical Engineering
Number :
87
Name :
Jay Patel
Brother :
Semtex
Big :
Nuke
Major :
Computer Engineering
Number :
88
Name :
Sunny Patel
Brother :
Robuster
Big :
Bass-Buster
Major :
Business
Number :
89
Name :
Neil Patel
Brother :
Centerstage
Big :
Aragorn
Major :
Biology
Number :
90
Name :
Bhavin Chaudhari
Brother :
Thunderbolt
Big :
Saber
Major :
Economics
Number :
91
Name :
Shivam Patel
Brother :
Ultralord
Big :
Starlord
Major :
Economics
Number :
92
Name :
Narain Mandyam
Brother :
Niarcos
Big :
Sinclair
Major :
Computer Science
Number :
93
Name :
Sanchit Dhiman
Brother :
Santiago
Big :
Sasuke
Major :
Computer Science & Math

Omicron Class

Ο | Spring 2016 | PM Sasuke

Number :
94
Name :
Kiran Raju
Brother :
DraX
Big :
Django
Major :
Acturial Science
Number :
95
Name :
Pawan Sajnani
Brother :
Skorpios
Big :
Onassis
Major :
Neuroscience & Economics
Number :
96
Name :
Shawn Sunny
Brother :
Geode
Big :
Sapphire
Major :
Statistics
Number :
97
Name :
Taha Mohamed
Brother :
Saitama
Big :
NitroGEN
Major :
Chemical Engineering

Pi Class

Π | Fall 2016 | PM Aragorn

Number :
98
Name :
Govind Verma
Brother :
Breakthru
Big :
Xquisite
Major :
Molecular and Cellular Biology
Number :
99
Name :
Shubhit Dharnidharka
Brother :
Buckbeak
Big :
Soma
Major :
Computer Engineering
Number :
100
Name :
Devan Patel
Brother :
Dauntl3ss
Big :
Rhy9o
Major :
Undecided
Number :
101
Name :
Rikin Patel
Brother :
Expeditious
Big :
Exon
Major :
Finance
Number :
102
Name :
Tej Patel
Brother :
Seirios
Big :
Ecliptic
Major :
​Bio-Engineering

Rho Class

Ρ | Spring 2017 | PM Bass-Buster

Number :
103
Name :
Aarnick Amin
Brother :
Revered
Big :
Ohm
Major :
​Computer Science & Math
Number :
104
Name :
Prudhvi Nettem
Brother :
Weeknd
Big :
Onassis
Major :
​Business
Number :
105
Name :
Rahul Mehta
Brother :
Voltaire
Big :
Waterloo
Major :
​Molecular and Cellular Biology
Number :
106
Name :
Adithya Bellary
Brother :
Dende
Big :
Django
Major :
​Computer Engineering
Number :
107
Name :
Nisarg Shah
Brother :
Longbottom
Big :
Hyena
Major :
Environmental Science
Number :
108
Name :
Joel Jose
Brother :
Transcend
Big :
Geode
Major :
Political Science
Number :
109
Name :
Nikesh Patel
Brother :
Beatdrop
Big :
Centerstage
Major :
​Finance
Number :
110
Name :
Achintya Ram
Brother :
Jetfire
Big :
Soma
Major :
​Computer Science & Math
Number :
111
Name :
Arnav Sarin
Brother :
Extendo
Big :
Explosive
Major :
​Computer Science & Chem
Number :
112
Name :
Kireeti Jana
Brother :
Varys
Big :
Santiago
Major :
​Finance & Econ
Number :
113
Name :
Prajval Acharya
Brother :
Javelin
Big :
Semtex
Major :
​Civil Engineering
Number :
114
Name :
Harshal Desai
Brother :
Neutrino
Big :
Unle4ded
Major :
​Psychology
Number :
115
Name :
Prad Raghunath
Brother :
Orientis
Big :
Skorpios
Major :
​Business

Sigma Class

Σ | Fall 2017 | PM Xquisite

Number :
116
Name :
Avinda De Silva
Brother :
Optimul
Big :
Breakthru
Major :
​Computer Science
Number :
117
Name :
Abhishek Jariwala
Brother :
KnightLight
Big :
Thunderbolt
Major :
​Undeclared
Number :
118
Name :
Ali Asghar
Brother :
Fossix
Big :
Cicatrix
Major :
​Undeclared
Number :
119
Name :
Neil Patel
Brother :
Decerix
Big :
Santiago
Major :
​Undeclared
Number :
120
Name :
Aditya Mangalagiri
Brother :
Crotalus
Big :
Longbottom
Major :
Finance
Number :
121
Name :
Rishi Patel
Brother :
Darklord
Big :
Ultralord
Major :
​Molecular and Cellular Biology
Number :
122
Name :
Smit Desai
Brother :
Aang
Big :
Saitama
Major :
​Computer Science & Stats
Number :
123
Name :
Zaki Naqvi
Brother :
Cogent
Big :
Majin-Buu
Major :
​Kinesiology
Number :
124
Name :
Kishan Desai
Brother :
Jawbuster
Big :
Robuster
Major :
​Systems Engineering and Design