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1994: The Year in Review
National President Jeffrey L. Johnson
Torchia Recipients Eta, Tau, Alpha Epsilon
DSK Recipients Jennifer S. Shaffer, Dr. Mark Pabst, James O. Tisdale, III
New Chapters Beta Iota, Beta Kappa, Beta Lambda, Beta Mu, Beta Nu, Beta Xi, Beta Omicron, Eastern North Carolina Alumni Chapter
Reactivated Chapters

The Year 1994 in review for Phi Sigma Pi.


  • The first Annual Campaign Fund is completed. This newly created program became a way for Brothers to give back to the fraternity by donating to funds of their choice. Enrichment, Capital, Unrestricted and Restricted funds were created; each designed to support and develop a different area of the fraternity.
  • The Todd Dining Hall at East Carolina University is dedicated.
  • The National Council votes to build a permanent National Headquarters and determines the first step is to locate and purchase a suitable plot of land. National President Jeffrey Johnson and Vice President of Finance James Voulopos lead the charge.
  • National President Jeffrey Johnson announces a new National Vision that results in more aggressive expansion over the next several years.
  • Christine Blanck and Barbara Collins named co-Directors.


  • January 31 - Beta Iota is founded at The Ohio State University


  • February 13 - Beta Kappa is founded at Clemson University
  • February 23 - Beta Lambda is founded at American University
  • February 23 - Beta Mu is founded at George Washington University


  • March 6 - Beta Nu is founded at Cornell University


  • October 16 - Beta Xi is founded at University of Miami (OH)
  • October 30 - Beta Omicron is founded at University of North Carolina Wilimington