Out of the Vault: Shirt Orders!

Hey there my queer cuties!

For the first time in a long time SEO is now selling our shirts. If you’ve ever seen an SEO boy wearing out trademark “Frat Boys Who Like Boys,” or maybe even our “Born this Gay,” then you know we got our style on lock! BUT the lock is broken and the vault is open.

For the cutest price of $20, you can have either or both of these shirts. They come in sizes XS, S, M, L, and XL!

Below is a link to our paypal. Pre-order the shirts now to get them to you by the end of the semester. DON’T WAIT! This is a limited time offer, meaning we will have to order them eventually and when that happens we can no longer take orders!!!

That’s all! Have an awesomelicious day!


Born This Gay

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Frat Boys Who Like Boys

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SEO’s Fundraising Date Auction

Come relive your college days with your favorite fraternity!
Sigma Epsilon Omega is throwing a fundraising date auction on December 1st at the house of our fundraising chair, Trenton Owens.

There will be light drinking and catering provided, followed by an auction for a date with some of our fraternity’s most eligible bachelors, possibly including tickets to the SF Opera, the SF Ballet, the Cartoon Art Museum, CounterPULSE dance performances, and more.
To be on the list for our event, we ask for a 25$ do
nation through our Paypal account, or a 30$ charge at the door.

If you feel that you have friends who are interested in supporting our fraternity, please message me and we will add them to the group.
If you are interested in supporting Sigma Epsilon Omega, partying with our brothers, auctioning for a date, or networking with the LGBT community on campus, come to our event!





Day of Silence

The Day of Silence, a project of the Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education Network (GLSEN), is a student-led day of action when concerned students take some form of a vow of silence to bring attention to the name-calling, bullying and harassment — in effect, the silencing — experienced by LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender) students and their allies. Check out the Facebook event:

Day of Silence – Berkeley