Theta Chapter Takes Part in Penn State Holiday Lights Tour

Editor’s Note: This post was originally written by Michael Henning and intended for Daily Collegian, the student newspaper for Penn State. If you would like to read this article how it was intended, please click here.   A trademark of the winter holiday season in State College is holiday lights adorning fraternity houses. This year the Penn […]

Murray State Chapter is Working to Fund Child’s Chemotherapy Treatment

Editor’s Note: This post was originally written by Briana Willis and intended for TheNews.org, the official website for Murray State News. If you would like to read this article how it was intended, please click here.   With Thanksgiving having come and gone and Christmas coming up, “giving back” is the reason for the season. […]

Brothers in Arms

“2Lt. Walker Smith (Indiana of Pennsylvania ’15) and 2Lt Nicholas Wint (Cornell ’15) at the infantry basic officer leadership course at Fort Benning, Georgia. This is the primary education course for infantry officers before attending Ranger school, then moving on to their duty stations as platoon leaders. ”   Thank you for your service, men!

Mu Chapter Alumni climb Mount Kilimanjaro

This past September, Sigma Pi colors flew on top of the world. Brothers Adam Cherubini (’13), Peter Cherubini (’10) and I (’13), along with two other friends, summited Mount Kilimanjaro, the world’s largest free standing mountain and the highest point on the African continent. “It was a challenging six-day journey that pushed us to our […]

Tyler Manning (Saginaw Valley State ’14) awarded Balfour Fellowship

Congratulations to Tyler Manning (Saginaw Valley State ’14) at Ball State University who received the Balfour Fellowship from the North-American Interfraternity Conference Foundation. The Balfour Fellowships were established in 1985 to provide financial assistance to full-time students enrolled in accredited graduate or professional schools. Fellowships are open to initiated members of NIC, NPC, NPHC, and […]

Sigma Pi Unveils Veterans Memorial

*NOTE: This article originally ran in the Summer 2015 issue of The Emerald. More history was made at The Mitchell House on Saturday, July 18, 2015, where Sigma Pi officially unveiled the Veterans Memorial to hundreds of guests. The memorial–a striking nine-foot tall polished granite centerpiece, topped by the Sigma Pi Greek Cross, sitting on […]

Travel with Sigma Pi!

Sigma Pi eagerly invites all brothers to expand their cultural horizons through group travel! Our licensing partner, Affinity Consultants, works diligently with several of the most elite group travel vendors to plan excursions, adventures, and relaxing getaways that cater to the interests of Sigma Pi alumni. Imagine strolling down scenic Sicilian streets sharing memories alongside […]

A Dedication and Celebration for our Veterans

The Sigma Pi Veterans Memorial on the grounds of the Historic Mitchell House at the Executive Office in Lebanon, Tennessee has taken a step closer to reality. On March 20, 2015, Brother Mark Reed (Alpha-Phi, Georgia ’69), Chairman of the Veterans Committee, appointed by GS E. Andrew Morris (Gamma-Upsilon, Murray State ’70), chaired the Veterans Committee […]

Nationwide: 7 Tips for Dining on a Dime

Editor’s Note: The following content is provided by Nationwide, a licensed partner of Sigma Pi Fraternity, International.  For more information on the partnership, visit this page. Who doesn’t like dining out? It’s social, you can try new things and, best of all, you don’t have to cook. The downside? The bill. In 2013, the average […]

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