Gamma-Eta Chapter (Rutgers) Helps to Open Food Pantry on Campus

EDITORS NOTE: This excerpt is from an article originally ran on The Daily Targum and was written by Stephen Weiss.  Willson said Rutgers Against Hunger (RAH) and the Sigma Pi fraternity played key roles in starting the pantry and keeping it afloat. “One of the staff members who was instrumental in starting RAH was retiring, […]

Iota-Kappa is For The Kids

Iota-Kappa Chapter has a long standing tradition of being involved with UCF’s Dance Marathon, Knight-Thon, stemming from when the entire agency was led by brother and now Regional Director, Michael Davis. I was first introduced to the cause while going through the new member process, I quickly realized that across the Orlando community Sigma Pi […]

Iota-Omicron Chapter brings Rain Garden to Louisville Campus

Editors Note: The letter below was submitted by Greg Schetler,Superintendent of Grounds at the University of Louisville. Some edits have been made to his original remarks.  Several Months ago, I was contacted by Iota-Omicron Chapter of Sigma Pi Fraternity, who wanted to perform a community service project on campus. I met with Tyler Hoffman and vetted […]

Theta-Eta Chapter (Old Dominion) successful at Fraternity & Sorority Life Awards

Theta-Eta Chapter (Old Dominion) and it’s members took home six awards at the Fraternity & Sorority Life Awards hosted on April 11, 2016. ODU’s Fraternity & Sorority community hosts an annual awards ceremony to recognize organizations on campus that are successful in many different ways, including community outreach, new members, and service for others. Most Improved GPA – Fraternity Philip […]

40th Anniversary at Epsilon-Epsilon Chapter (Emporia State)

On Saturday, March 5, 2016, 70 alumni, undergrads, and friends gathered to celebrate the 40th anniversary of Epsilon-Epsilon Chapter at Emporia State University.  The celebration was attended by Great Plains Province Archon Chris Ruth (UMSL ’08), Grand Herald Les Wright (Murray State ’70), and Grand First Counselor Steve Lawler (Iowa ’82). Highlights from the evening included celebrating […]

Epsilon-Chi Colony (San Diego) Helps Blind Student Get Service Dog

NOTE: This article has been modified from the original story which ran on the NBC San Diego website. The Sigma Pi Colony at the University of San Diego has allowed Micheal Girard to have a sense of security that he hasn’t had in nearly 20 years. Micheal Girard was a student at USD in the 1990s […]

How we raised $95,000 for the Ronald McDonald House

For the last 10 years, Eta-Mu Chapter has worked closely with the local Ronald McDonald House to give life to the “Gift of Life Gift of Love” event. Every year in November our chapter revives a call from the Ronald McDonald house informing us that they need our help once again, Gary (Director of the event on […]

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 […]

Now that Rush is over, it’s time to start Recruitment!

Many of us have heard phrases like, “It’s about recruitment, not rush” or, “Recruitment is 24-7-365”. And while we may agree that it sounds like a novel idea, very few of us actually understand the how of year-round recruitment. In this month’s blog, I’d like to share with you some ideas for practical application of […]