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Sigma Pi chapter doubly honored at international convocation


Visconti (left) accepts the Theta Chi chapter's Bronze Standard of Excellence Award from Steve Lawler, now-Past Grand Sage of Sigma Pi.
Visconti (left) accepts the Theta Chi chapter’s Bronze Standard of Excellence Award from Steve Lawler, now-Past Grand Sage of Sigma Pi.
The Penn College chapter of Sigma Pi Franternity was honored this summer among the most improved over the past two years.
The Penn College chapter of Sigma Pi Franternity was honored this summer among the most improved over the past two years.
The chapter president (right) stands with his fellow honorees to receive acknowledgment from convocation attendees.
The chapter president (right) stands with his fellow honorees to receive acknowledgment from convocation attendees.

After a successful Spring 2018 semester at Penn College, the members of Sigma Pi are proud of the immense progress they have been making – progress that was confirmed on the global stage. Over the summer, Nicholas S. Visconti, president, went to Niagara Falls, New York, for the fraternity’s 54th biennial convocation, where he accepted a pair of honors: the Grand Chapter Award and the Bronze Standard of Excellence Award. “Through dedication and hard work, we have excelled in the eyes of our national headquarters and have been deemed one of the Top 25 most improved chapters over the past two years,” said Visconti, a legal assistant/paralegal studies major from Furlong. “We will strive to make our efforts better and better each semester!”
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