Sigma Phi Epsilon - Ohio Pi
We build balanced men.The gentlemen in our chapter express these three cardinal principles every day.
I believe that the word VIRTUE is an inclusive term; that it is not enough that I be merely passively virtuous: I must be positive on virtue’s behalf. Therefore, I will stand aggressively for honesty in all walks of life, and I will speak cleanly, play cleanly, and live cleanly. Whenever I can, I will oppose lawlessness and vice.
I believe that unless I succeed in being DILIGENT, I cannot be a good fraternity member. Believing that my Fraternity can be no greater than any of its members, I shall strive to make it so high and so worthy that men will consider it an honor and privilege to belong to it, and will strive to be admitted to it.
I believe that BROTHERLY LOVE must be given in order to be received, and that it cannot exist without triumph of the principles of VIRTUE and DILIGENCE, for these are essential parts of it.
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"As a member of an ideal fraternity, the resources of every member of that body are my resources."
Lucian Baum Cox
Founder of Sigma Phi Epsilon