Although Phi Sigma Sigma was founded in 1913 at Hunter College, the sorority has only been a part of Greek life at SJU since 2014. Despite it being the newest

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sorority, Phi Sigma Sigma has partaken in many campus activities, such as SJU’s Best Dance Crew, as well as attending other events, including AOII’s Strikeout Arthritis. Take a deeper look at what the Iota Rho chapter of Phi Sigma Sigma has been up to!

 

 

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Nickname: Phi Sig

Symbol: Sphinx

Gem: Sapphire

Motto: Diokete Hupsala (Aim High)

Colors: Gold, King Blue

Flower: American Beauty Rose

Philanthropy: NationalPhi Sigma Sigma Foundation (school & college readiness)
LocalCystic Fibrosis Foundation

Bid Day Theme:
Rolling Stones

Number of Spring 2017 Members: 55

President 2017-2018: Josie Covello ‘18

Past Philanthropy Events: Kicks for a Cure, SJU’s Best Dance Crew, Annual Mother/Daughter Tea

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Why they love Phi Sig:

“As an education major, I usually have classes with all of the same people…now that I’m in Phi Sig, I’ve been able to meet so many different and amazing girls who I wouldn’t have had the opportunity to meet otherwise” 

-Julia Steiner ’19

“I love Phi Sigma Sigma because my sisters not only inspire me, but in just one year they have given me the courage and confidence to be a leader and a better person. I’m truly blessed to be a part of this amazing sisterhood.”

-Del Milan ’19

Follow the ladies of Phi Sigma Sigma on social media!

 

– Erica Spadaccini

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