"Character without action has little meaning in this world. But leadership—acting in accordance with your character—can change the world."

- Bill George, GEORGIA TECH 1964



"Character without action has little meaning in this world. But leadership—acting in accordance with your character—can change the world."

- Bill George, GEORGIA TECH 1964



"Horizons is about men having a clear picture of what they value and how to be a leader with integrity and character."

- Charles Nies, WASHINGTON STATE 1998



"Horizons is about men having a clear picture of what they value and how to be a leader with integrity and character."

- Charles Nies, WASHINGTON STATE 1998



"Sigma Chi has given me something I couldn't find elsewhere on campus: a collection of role models."

- Doug Lieblich, YALE 2008



"Sigma Chi has given me something I couldn't find elsewhere on campus: a collection of role models."

- Doug Lieblich, YALE 2008



"Nothing so much tends to promote friendship as the free and mutual interchanging of one's thoughts, hopes and fears with one in whom we can confide."

- Franklin Howard Scobey, MIAMI (OHIO) 1858



"Nothing so much tends to promote friendship as the free and mutual interchanging of one's thoughts, hopes and fears with one in whom we can confide."

- Franklin Howard Scobey, MIAMI (OHIO) 1858



"Nothing so much tends to promote friendship as the free and mutual interchanging of one's thoughts, hopes and fears with one in whom we can confide."

- Franklin Howard Scobey, MIAMI (OHIO) 1858



"It's been a long time since I was initiated, but those feelings never die. They only grow stronger."

- J.D. Peterson, INDIANA 1955



"It's been a long time since I was initiated, but those feelings never die. They only grow stronger."

- J.D. Peterson, INDIANA 1955



"I realized how important the values represented in our Ritual had been to my life and career … the opportunity to share them with a group of new brothers each year, that has me more committed to Sigma Chi now than I have ever been."

- John Watson, BRITISH COLUMBIA 1963



"I realized how important the values represented in our Ritual had been to my life and career … the opportunity to share them with a group of new brothers each year, that has me more committed to Sigma Chi now than I have ever been."

- John Watson, BRITISH COLUMBIA 1963



"One of the most formative experiences of my college career was joining Sigma Chi and accepting the responsibilities of brotherhood. Membership taught me many lessons, including determination and leadership, and it helped instill a commitment to giving back to my community and country."

- Steny Hoyer, MARYLAND 1963



"One of the most formative experiences of my college career was joining Sigma Chi and accepting the responsibilities of brotherhood. Membership taught me many lessons, including determination and leadership, and it helped instill a commitment to giving back to my community and country."

- Steny Hoyer, MARYLAND 1963



"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, MARYLAND 1963



"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, MARYLAND 1963



"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, MARYLAND 1963



"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 how to recognize and seize opportunity. These are all lessons that serve students well beyond graduation."

- Steny Hoyer, MARYLAND 1963



"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 how to recognize and seize opportunity. These are all lessons that serve students well beyond graduation."

- Steny Hoyer, MARYLAND 1963



"There is no greater feeling of satisfaction than giving back what you have learned and watching others grow."

- Steve Wilson, PURDUE 1972



"There is no greater feeling of satisfaction than giving back what you have learned and watching others grow."

- Steve Wilson, PURDUE 1972