The Sigma Pi Teacher Kit: Empowering Educators with Bonds of Brotherhood

At Sigma Pi, we believe in supporting our members in all aspects of their lives, both inside and outside the fraternity. As part of our ongoing commitment to mental health and safety, we are thrilled to introduce the Sigma Pi Teacher Kit, designed exclusively for our members who are educators. As teachers, you play a […]

Making your Mental Health a Priority during COVID-19

With the coronavirus (COVID-19) spreading rapidly and the uncertainty that comes with campuses and communities taking steps to prevent the further spread of the disease, it is vital to make your mental health a priority. Fear and anxiety about a disease can be overwhelming and cause strong emotions.  Taking care of yourself, your brothers, and […]

Giving Thanks to Your Members

This article was originally published on To see the whole article, click here. Fraternity communication brings brothers together. Seems pretty straightforward, right?  Sure, but what matters is how good communication makes those connections worthwhile. We often talk about chapter communication in terms of expectations of brothers by officers, advisors, and other higher ups. We […]

National Hazing Prevention Week

  Sigma Pi Stands Against Hazing Hazing activities are defined as: “Any action taken or situation created intentionally, whether on or off fraternity premises, to produce mental or physical discomfort, embarrassment, harassment or ridicule. Such activities may include but are not limited to the following: use of alcohol, paddling in any form, creation of excessive […]

Wise Words to Remember During Formal Recruitment Season

By:  Joe Palazzolo, Delta-Beta While reading a PDF version of Sigma Pi Fraternity‘s The Emerald magazine from October 1919 (Volume 6, Issue 3), I came across the brief article below, written by Harold K. Bowen. As a clarifying aside, Brother Bowen is listed as being from “Delta-Xi,” though that is not possible using the chapter […]

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!

Delta-Psi Alumni Meet at Troy-Wisconsin Game

Troy University Sigma Pi members (from left to right) Harold Tynes ‘78, Phil LaPrad ‘99, Jason Shores ’95, Adam Shores ‘98, Bryan Helms ‘78 and Tim Yandell ‘97 meet at the Troy University vs University of Wisconsin football game. “I’m a former Sigma Pi staff member and alumnus from Delta-Psi Chapter at Troy University.  This past weekend a few of […]

A Friend or a Flop?

Quotes like, “You find out who your friends are,” and, “you are what you run with,” are some of the sayings that echoed in my mind throughout my childhood. One of the wisest men I know, my father, said this to me at a fairly young age. It was a reminder to choose my friends […]