Mario Raden (Old Dominion ’18) Selected to Play for U21 USA Beach Volleyball National Team

Mario Raden, a sophomore at Old Dominion University, has been selected to play for the U21 (Under-21) USA Beach Volleyball National Team.  Mario played volleyball at Princess Anne High School in Virginia Beach and helped the high school win the state championship in volleyball in his senior year.  He currently serves as the coach for […]

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. […]

Tony Siress (Santa Clara, ’87) selected as Chief Executive Officer of Mountain View Chamber of Commerce

Editor’s Note: This article was originally published by The Mountain View Voice on October 20, 2015 by Kevin Forestieri. Tony Siress was highlighted in our segment “20 Questions With…” on February 6, 2015. The Mountain View Chamber of Commerce has found its new president and CEO in Tony Siress, a business executive who has started and […]

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 […]

Jimmy Steinfeldt recognized by San Diego State University

Alumnus Jimmy Seinfeld (San Diego State University, ’81), left, meets with Elliot Hirshman, President of San Diego State University during the Monty Awards hosted on Friday, September 18, 2015. You may remember Jimmy Steinfeldt in the Fall 2013 issue of The Emerald, where we chronicled his successful career as a veteran Rock and Roll photographer. This […]

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 […]

20 Random Questions with… Sam Lagana (Epsilon-Sigma, Loyola Marymount ’85)

Editors Note: In our series “20 Random Questions with…”, we take a fun and interesting look at some of our most prominent alumni.  From men who contribute financially to the success of the organization, to others who volunteer their time to help our members across North America, we take this opportunity to spotlight the leaders of […]

Alumni Spotlight: Tim Schonhoff (Delta-Zeta, Missouri-St. Louis ’98)

There are over 100,000 alumni of Sigma Pi Fraternity. There are some alumni who give back when and where they can; either with their time, financial support, physical labor on the house, filing paperwork for a Chapter or simply telling stories to the undergrads about the history of their Chapter. At Delta-Zeta, we have been […]

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