Province Archon of the Quarter
Ian Wolf (Rutgers ’12)
Ian overlooks all of the Sigma Pi New Jersey chapters and has proven to be a great leader to them all. He always makes sure that his groups are submitting reports in a timely manner as well as being positive role models at their respective institutions. In addition, Ian has worked to establish better alumni relationships for each chapter by working with alumni clubs and housing corporations. Ian has set a lot of goals for his groups and hopes to bring the Grand Sage Cup back to New Jersey.
Chapter Director of the Quarter
Larry Moyer (East Stroudsburg ’62)
Beta-Psi recently got suspended from the school for missing 1 IFC meeting. Larry believed that the punishment did not fit the crime. When Larry heard about this he drove straight down to ESU and did not leave campus until he talked to an administrator and got an explanation. Larry is very passionate and dedicated about the Fraternity and wants the best for the Chapter.
Sage of the Quarter
Tier 1 – Logan Fuqua (Kentucky ’17)
Logan became the Sage of the Epsilon-Beta Chapter at a very unique time. The Chapter at the University of Kentucky recently rechartered within the last two years. The Chapter returned to their original house, and have begun to fundraise and draft new plans for house renovations and upgrades. However, Epsilon-Beta is still a “new” Chapter in the eyes of the student body.
He understands the need for his Chapter to be involved and noticed on campus in order to rebuild the reputation Epsilon-Beta once had. Logan placed emphasis on fall recruitment and knew this semester’s new members would be imperative to improve the image of the Chapter. Epsilon-Beta needed to recruit additional manpower to have the human resources to compete with many of UK’s largest chapters. Logan led many of the recruitment presentations himself, and with his two rush co-chairs. His efforts helped inspire the Chapter to recruit one of the largest pledge classes on Kentucky’s campus, at 26 men.
Tier 2 – Noah Green (SIU-Carbondale ’16)
Noah Green, current Sage of Beta-Nu Chapter, will be wrapping up the second half of his term at the end of this semester. He exemplifies what it means to be a brother of Sigma Pi. With his efforts at his position, he has instilled in his Chapter a sense of brotherhood that is recognizable at first glance which has also been reflected in the sense of pride members have in their membership. Under Noah’s lead, the Chapter was able to extend bids to 20 new members, the largest new member class on campus by far, giving the Chapter the opportunity to double their size this semester. Aside from this the GPA of the Chapter sits above a 3.0 and is a small percentage away from landing them in the top 3 fraternities on campus academically.
Tier 3 – Wilson Love (Middle Tennessee State ’17)
Wilson had to take over Sage duties at the end of January 2018 while he was a sophomore. Since then, he has grown to be a true leader both in his Chapter as well as on campus. He has done an excellent job collaborating with the rest of his Executive Council and also by making sure the Chapter follows through with their plans. He not only oversees the Executive Council and helps with committees but rather looks out for each and every member of the Chapter on a personal level. Wilson has shown the meaning of brotherhood to his Chapter and combines it with being “True Blue” at MTSU. With the guidance and leadership from Wilson, the Chapter is excited for the academic year with the title of “IFC Chapter of the Year” at Middle Tennessee State University in their sights.
Tier 4 – Sebastian Belfonti (Indiana of Pennsylvania ’16)
Sebastian is in his last year at Indiana of Pennsylvania and is determined to leave his mark on Theta-Epsilon and his university. He is open-minded when it comes to trying new things to help the Chapter improve, and understands that times are changing and we need to change with it in order to thrive as a Fraternity. With this in mind, he has put the groundwork in place to help the Chapter thrive for years to come. Brothers have nothing but good things to say about Sebastian and the Greek Life advisor praised Sebastian for his involvement with the Student Life Office.