After graduation in 2006, Daniel Mast returned home to the family's Maryland Clydesdale Farm. Sutler Post Farm hosts farm tours and attends private events as well as parades, but in 2016, the farm was able to add another line to its already robust resume.
Epsilon alumnus and former Grand President, Allan Johnson and wife, Sara Wyant, have a long history of working in Washington, D.C. covering agriculture and rural policy issues impacting farmers and rural citizens. Upon identifying a need for educating AGR collegians about agriculture policy, Al and Sara developed the Agriculture and Rural Policy Internship, with its first two interns completing their time in D.C. in the summer of 2020.
The North-American Interfraternity Conference's (NIC) Undergraduate Award of Distinction recognizes fraternity men who, throughout their collegiate experience, have found an outlet for development as both a leader and a better man. They are exemplary members of their chapters and serve their brothers, campuses and fraternity/sorority communities with humble confidence.
The stigma surrounding mental health often prevents people from seeking and getting the help they need. Mental health in America is at crisis levels with more than 47,000 Americans dying by suicide in 2017, the tenth leading cause of death in the U.S. for that year. Amidst the mental health crisis, men are 3.5 times more likely to die by suicide...