February 25, 2019

Newscaster credits Phi Sigma Pi for ‘personal journalistic code’

Sarah (Swistak) Treacher really wanted to be a newspaper reporter. She loved writing and meeting new people, and she envisioned a career telling stories. But when she began taking college courses, the 2005 Michigan State University grad and Beta Sigma Chapter Member quickly realized that...
February 20, 2019

Meet Phi Sigma Pi Advisor Charlin Jones-Chávez

Charlin Jones-Chávez, second from the right, with Members of the Epsilon Mu Chapter after receiving the Outstanding Chapter Advisor Award at the 2017 National Convention. Being with the Epsilon Mu Chapter for more than a decade (and from the start), you could say Chapter Faculty...
February 8, 2019

Resource Review: Living Into the Mission

Phi Sigma Pi’s Mission Statement reads, “Phi Sigma Pi National Honor Fraternity is a gender-inclusive organization dedicated to: promoting lifelong learning, inspiring Members to lead, and cultivating lasting fraternal bonds, while always conducting our lives with honor. We consecrate ourselves to a life of social...
February 6, 2019

Utilize Phi Sigma Pi Resources to learn about due process

With the goal of making sure that all parties are treated fairly, following due process is good for your Chapter and its Members. So, What is Due Process? Check out this resource and the ones, below, to understand how due process prevents arbitrary and unreasonable...
January 22, 2019

Director of Leadership Advancement finds passion in fitness and Fraternity

In addition to raising an industrious, 14-month-old toddler with husband, Eric, Danielle Reidenbach teaches Fit4Mom Stroller Strides and Body Back fitness programs, plus she works out at a CrossFit gym and Orangetheory Fitness in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. Making full use of her waking hours, she’s as...