- Pi Sigma Sigma (Things)
"I remember getting the stink-eye from this guy who was hitting on her earlier."
"Long, dark hair, blue sweatshirt with like, uh, pi sign."
Secret societies with abusive initiation rituals. Not to mention loud, drunken parties and loose sexual morals — these are some of the negative stereotypes of fraternities on North American college campuses. However, Greek fraternities are dedicated to philanthropy, community service, and academic excellence — or so it says right here in the history book. Pi Sigma Sigma, a fictitious fraternity on Hearst's campus, doesn't make a good case for itself when Veronica finds evidence of a recent wild party in the frat house and might be able to link one of its members to a date rape.
- 2.16 "The Rapes of Graff"