Constantine Chapter – The meeting was held…

“The meeting was held in a deserted log cabin on the outskirts of the camp, at night. By a miraculous effort one wretched tallow candle was procured. The cabin was in a state of frightful dilapidation. … But the spirit was there and shone brightly.” Harry St. John Dixon

Constantine Chapter – The members

The members of the Constantine Chapter “loved their Fraternity so much that they wanted it to be a part of their daily lives, even in the midst of a war. And if they couldn’t find it, they would create it themselves.” Mike Codina

Constantine Chapter – Rallying cry

Harry St. John Dixon, VIRGINIA and CONSTANTINE 1861, “founded the chapter to make sure that Sigma Chi continued to exist in the South. It was a rallying cry for Sigma Chis in the Confederacy.” Order of Constantine Sig and 20th Grand Historian Eric Hansen

Steny Hoyer on fraternity life supplementing the classroom

“In my experience, I think fraternity life can be an important supplement to students’ classroom experience. If you look at the history of Sigma Chi, you see men from diverse backgrounds and different ways of thinking who came together with a common commitment to the values of brotherhood. I also believe Sigma Chi brothers learn …

Steny Hoyer on life lessons

“Being a part of Sigma Chi was a wonderful experience, and many of the lessons I learned after joining the brotherhood, such as working together toward a common cause, are ones I continue to carry with me.” Steny Hoyer