There’s a lot going on here at Phi Sigma Pi and also in your own lives, so we’ve put together a quick highlight of the top stories and happenings from the month of September in a monthly newsletter we’re calling “ICYMI” (In Case You Missed It!).These are the stories we think you should check out!
Regional Conference planning is underway and the Regional Volunteer program is back! Regional Volunteers, Alumni Members of Phi Sigma Pi, have been selected to guide Regional Delegates throughout the Regional Conference planning process and more. Read more about Regional Volunteers and see who your RV is here!
In February, the Zeta Iota Chapter at St. Joseph’s University planned a campus-wide dodgeball tournament that raised $1300 for the National Multiple Sclerosis Society. A cause that was close to their hearts due to the diagnosis of one of their Zeta Iota Brothers in the winter. Read more about the planning of the event here.
The Professional Fraternity Association has awarded Mike Noll (Alpha Lambda Chapter ’97) with the 2014 Faculty Advisor Award of Excellence. This award recognizes a current Faculty Advisor, for a campus-affiliated chapter of a PFA member organization, who has achieved an exemplary relationship with the students. Noll was awarded due to his advisory role with the Gamma Pi Chapter at Towson University. Read more about this award and Mike Noll.
The Purple & Gold and The Lampadion are on their way to your mailboxes! Inside, you’ll find a full National Convention recap, a new website guide, not one, but TWO contests and much, much more. If you’re a collegiate Brother or an NAA Member, you can read it soon. Not an NAA member?Donate now at the “Friend” level or higher and get our magazine and other great benefits. Read the full preview here…
In our continued efforts to educate our Members and prevent hazing, we recently participated in National Hazing Prevention Week. We held a Twitter chat, hosted by our VPMD Chris McCoy, and a Roundtable on the discussion with our VPCD Brian Bunton. We also did posts and questions every day on our social media channels and on the blog. Want to know more? Check out the NHPW blog posts.