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College’s Sigma Pi Chapter Hosts Meeting of Regional Counterparts


Event participants gather Nov. 4 outside Klump Academic Center.
Event participants gather Nov. 4 outside Klump Academic Center.
The event provided an opportunity to hear from inspiring presenters ...
The event provided an opportunity to hear from inspiring presenters …
... and talk with Sigma Pi officials, including Brent I. Smith (left), a Penn State instructor of kinesiology and Keystone Province Archon, and Scott Andrews, Region III director for Sigma Pi International.
… and talk with Sigma Pi officials, including Brent I. Smith (left), a Penn State instructor of kinesiology and Keystone Province Archon, and Scott Andrews, Region III director for Sigma Pi International.

Penn College’s Sigma Pi fraternity recently held a workshop for fellow chapters within the Keystone Province, welcoming brothers from Indiana University of Pennsylvania, East Stroudsburg University, and Penn State’s main and Altoona campuses. The day was full of fun and education as brothers came together and shared in their experiences, learning about leadership and teamwork within different facets of the fraternity. Among presenters were Danelle Del Corso, assistant director of fraternity and sorority life at Penn State, and representatives from Sigma Pi International. Special thanks were accorded chapter President Andrew A. Smith, an aviation maintenance technology major from Philadelphia, and Anthony J. Pace, director of student activities, for organizing and facilitating the event.
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