• Progress, Man's Distinctive Mark Alone

    The Beta Chapter of Sigma Pi Fraternity located at Indiana University is a leader among Greek Fraternities & Sororities. Established in 1926, over 1800 men have joined this organization focused on serving Active & Alumni Members, Indiana University, the Bloomington Community, and Sigma Pi Fraternity, International.

    Only the finest, most qualified men become members of Sigma Pi Beta Chapter Fraternity because each member is required to achieve and maintain a high level of progress in his personal growth, academic achievement, professional development, and service to others.

     


 
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  • Sigma Pi Bike Team Qualifies for Little 500

    Submitted by John Huybers on 04/12/11 12:33:00 PM

    We did qualify. 33rd, and only by a couple tenths of a second, but that means were in the race, which was my whole goal for this year. We did outstanding at Team Pursuit, finishing 19th and beating many teams with solid programs year after year.

    Also see this great article in the IDS about the team: IDS Article

     

    People riding on the race-day team this year are:
    Eric Stearley-Captain, Senior
    Nick Donato- (always goes by Nickname: Ralphy ... Read More

    Beta Chapter Alum Greg Shaheen "The least-known, most powerful person in basketball"

    Submitted by John Huybers on 11/14/10 09:15:00 AM

    Beta Chapter Sigma Pi Alum Greg Shaheen is "The least-known, most powerful person in basketball".  Please check out this great profile on the NCAA's Greg Shaheen.

     

    http://www.sportsbusinessjournal.com/article/67338