Concordia’s Oldest Society Makes a Comeback

Concordia’s Oldest Society Makes a Comeback

Alpha Epsilon Sigma, one of Concordia’s oldest fraternities is making a comeback. After 15 years of being pushed aside, Concordia’s oldest society is being brought back to campus by sophomore […]


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