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Why Shop the Sigma Pi Store?
Here at Greek U, we’re dedicated to authenticity and originality. That’s why we’ve worked with hundreds of Sigma Pis around the country to develop a large assortment of the highest-quality Sigma Pi clothing and merchandise on the web.
We know that fraternity trends are always training, so here at GreekU.com, we make sure to carry the newest and most popular items so you can stay up to date with current Sigma Pi apparel trends and styles. All of our Sigma Pi sweatshirts and popular Sigma Pi shirts come in various sizes, colors, and styles, so it’s always easy to find something that fits you or a friend.
Looking for a graduation gift? Get that senior in your life one of our unique Sigma Pi graduation stoles. Want to welcome your new pledges? Order some Sigma Pi drinkware or a pair of fun Sigma Pi sunglasses for the on-the-go lifestyle.
No matter what you’re looking for, you can trust that Greek U has it. Browse our large selection on your own today or contact our friendly staff members for help with a custom or bulk order. We’re excited to help you find some Sigma Pi merchandise you’ll love for years to come!
The History of Sigma Pi
Sigma Pi got its start when a group of students came to chapel hour and asked a professor of Latin and French about college fraternities. Just a month after that meeting, Sigma Pi’s four founders, Rolin Rosco James, William Raper Kennedy, George Martin Patterson, and James Thompson Kingsbury, had their first meeting. Within its first year, Sigma Pi adopted ten members, and changed its name several times. By 1904, the fraternity had begun to expand and was taking up residence at other universities. Today, the fraternity operates by the following motto, which it adopted from Robert Browning’s A Death in the Desert:
“Progress, man's distinctive mark alone,
Not God's, and not the beasts';
God is, they are.
Man partly is and wholly hopes to be.”
The fraternity operates on five foundational ideals. These are brotherhood, aristocracy of learning, heightened standards of morality and character, chivalry, and civic righteousness.