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Bidding is now open!

You can own the finest plaque 

ever to come out of Beta Upsilon

BREAKING NEWS: High bid at $2,000 as of Tuesday evening

Take a look below at this stunning handmade Sigma Chi “2020” plaque honoring our Centennial year at WSU. It can be yours. Bidding is now open! 


The Beta Upsilon chapter is raising money for the Huntsman Cancer Research Center, Sigma Chi’s national philanthropic endeavor founded by brother John Huntsman, Sr. There’s competition among all Sig chapters in North America.


The plaque was handcrafted by undergrad brother Nick Quinday (that’s Nick in the photo below), who is also the Philanthropy Chairman. 


How does this work? Simple. Email your bid right now to Nick at You’ll get a prompt reply informing you whether you are the new high bidder or whether you are below the current high bid and by how much. 


Bidding halts precisely at 5pm May 2nd. The winner will be immediately announced first on the WSU Sigma Chi Alumni Facebook page here, then elsewhere.


You can hang the plaque in your home (or Man Cave), give it as a gift or have it mounted in the Eric Bolstad Chapter Room in the new house with our Pledge Class plaques from previous years. It’s the best plaque our chapter has ever seen. You’ll be helping our chapter and supporting the Huntsman fight against cancer. 


Philanthropy Chair Nick Quinday holds his creation, the finest plaque ever to come out of Beta Upsilon. Below, some of the brothers.

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