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 physical and mental limits, but we all successfully reached the peak and now have that accomplishment to hold on to for the rest of our lives. Before making our way down the mountain, we were sure to get a few photos of us holding up Sigma Pi gear. Our shared experiences in the [Sigma] Pi house have kept us in touch since graduating Cornell and made for a great deal of conversation to pass time during the trek, so it was only fitting to pay homage to the Fraternity at the top.”