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Sigma Chi was founded nationally on June 28, 1855 at Miami University in Oxford, Ohio, making us one of the oldest literary fraternities on campus. Our national constitution reminds us of what we hold ourselves accountable to; “the purpose of the fraternity shall be to cultivate and maintain the high ideals of friendship, justice, and learning upon which Sigma Chi was founded.” The national colors of Sigma Chi are blue and old gold, while our badge and symbol is The White Cross. Our public motto is “In Hoc Signo Vinces” which in Latin means, “In This Sign You Shall Conquer.” Our national philanthropy is Huntsmen Cancer Institute.
The Theta Nu Chapter of Sigma Chi invites you to cross the threshold!
Locally, the brothers of Phi Lambda Chi founded the Theta Nu chapter in 1985. We pride ourselves on having a no tolerance policy when it comes to hazing, as we are men of good character who possess strong morals. Every year we host “Derby Days” which is our main philanthropy event on campus where we invite the sororities to participate in a friendly competition to raise money for the Huntsmen Cancer Institute. Many of our brothers are involved on campus and lead many of those organizations as well. This year’s sweetheart is Baleigh Johnson ’14, a sister of Alpha Xi Delta.