Quarterly Recognition – April 2021

Province Archon of the Quarter Kyle Koelbel (Arizona State ’06) Colorado Province We would like to recognize Colorado PA Kyle Koelbel for his outstanding work with the Colorado area chapters. Many of you may not be aware that one of the Zeta-Delta members was working at the grocery store in Boulder that was involved in […]

Addressing Modern Day Challenges

How Sigma Pi Is Addressing COVID-19, the Abolish Greek Life Movement, and Other Challenges In many parts of the country, Sigma Pi undergraduates returned to campuses this fall to an environment that was completely different from what they had left in the spring. Social distancing, mask wearing, and Zoom classes and meetings are just a […]

Q&A with VP of Human Resources at Nestle USA, Tony Chukuka

Tony Chukuka (Cal State Long Beach ‘98) is currently the Vice President of Human Resources at Nestle USA. He possesses over 15 years of progressive HR experience across multiple industries, including Automotive, Government Contracting, and CPG. Tony received his Bachelor of Science in Finance from California State University, Long Beach, and his Masters of Arts […]

Quarterly Recognition – January 2021

Province Archon of the Quarter Kevin Carey (Illinois Wesleyan ’09) Illiana Province Carey serves as the Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Chair and 2020-2022 Elections Board Chairman for Sigma Pi. In December, he held a virtual officer transition workshop with his entire Province. Lastly, he was a speaker at the 2021 Mid-Year Leadership Conference, where he […]

A Successful Capital Campaign at Missouri S&T

Written by Jeff Mockaitis (Missouri S&T ‘93) On August 3rd, 2019, Alpha-Iota Chapter at Missouri University of Science and Technology held the largest alumni event in our history, as we cut the ribbon on a newly constructed chapter house. The 18,000+ square foot home is a very modern approach to a fraternity chapter house. The […]

Welcome the Grand Sage Cup Winners of 2018-2020 Biennium

The Grand Sage Cup award is presented biennially to honor the top chapters in each tier which demonstrated superior overall operations. These winners are selected from the Grand Council Award winners. The tiers from which the four winners are selected are based upon the number of fraternities represented on an individual campus. The four chapters […]

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