Sigma Chi Fraternity Recruits Potential Brothers St. Thomas Newsroom September 16, 2011 The brothers of the Sigma Chi fraternity are in full swing with recruitment of potential brothers. Sigma Chi is one of the oldest and largest college Greek-letter secret and social fraternities in the United States, serving 240 active chapters and more than 300,000 initiates worldwide. Sigma Chi seeks brothers who hold themselves up to higher standards for the betterment of character, campus and community. “If you’re looking to get involved in something that’s more than the typical club at St. Thomas, Sigma Chi’s the organization for you,” said Sigma Chi’s Nick Snidarich. “Our fraternity best serves its purpose by developing, implementing and monitoring programs that foster leadership, build character and promote positive relationship skills, which, in turn enable our members to become productive and caring participants in their families, colleges and communities.” Recruitment will continue for the next two weeks and also will be available in spring semester. If interested, visit the Sigma Chi website and contact Christiaan Wabers, recruitment chair, or David Hackworthy, president.