Wednesday, June 11, 5PM – AILG briefing on recent discussions concerning the possibility of a “Greek Village on/near campus, Middlesex Lounge, 315 Mass. Ave, Cambridge – just down the block from the MIT Museum.
Wednesday, June 11, 6-9pm – AILG Annual Dinner Meeting, MIT Museum
Other events can be found on the AILG calendar.
Thanks to all who attended a great IRDF 50th Anniversary Celebration on Saturday, April 26 for both afternoon seminars & and the Jubilee Dinner. Read HERE for a recap of the day.
A very successful FSILG Fundraising Seminar was held on February 26 at the Flowers Dining Room in Maseeh Hall. Over 40 alumni, actives, and MIT staff were in attendance. The entire “Prezi” presentation as well as the individual presentations can be found in the Finance Committee section. The FSILG Strategic Plan Theme Team #5 and the MIT Annual Fund staff collaborated to put this together. The evening concluded with a panel discussion – “Tales from the Trenches” – with Jenna Berkowitz ’09 of Sigma Kappa, Roy Russell ’79 of Phi Beta Epsilon, Tom Holtey ’62 of Chi Phi, and Karl Buttner ’87 of Sigma Chi.
Here the materials from the community review of the FSILG Strategic Plan at Maseeh Hall on Jan 27, 2014:
Part1 and Part2 of the presentations, and in addition there were 2 handouts:
5 Major Strategic Themes and 21 Initiatives that comprise the plan
FSILG-Strategic-Plan-Areas-for-MIT-DSL-assistance updated January, 2014
And here is a a transcription of the Recruitment Analysis notes from the last part of meeting.
Tom Stohlman, the Building Safety Facilitator (BSF) has updated the following guides for the Assembly, Roof Deck, and Bunk Bed issues. The originals were produced in response to questions raised at the AILG FSILG Community meeting on October 24, and they have now been updated as of January 14:
Roof-Deck-Primer (PDF file) and Bunk-Bed-Rules (PDF file)
And here is a sample Assembly Occupancy report. Please note all reports for Boston FSILGs were filed on December 19.
As of December 1, 2013 all the Boston FSILGs are now on the new fiber infrastructure. Congratulations to IS&T, Scott Klemm of the FCI and all who made this possible.
Please remember there are still many opportunities to participate in implementing the FSILG Community Strategic Plan, which has been approved by the all the stakeholders – IFC, Panhel, LGC, AILG, and FSILG Office. See the Strategic Planning Committee web page for more details. To become involved, please contact any of the people listed on that page.
Fraternities, Sororities and Independent Living Groups, or FSILGs for short, are of vital importance in the MIT undergraduate residence system and in maintaining strong alumni ties to the Institute. FSILGs have been part of MIT since MIT began — in fact, the first MIT housing was provided by fraternities. Today 38 (very) different FSILGs provide one-quarter of the undergraduate housing and more than 40% of all undergraduates are members. The FSILG houses are located in the communities of Cambridge, Boston, and Brookline and are in small neighborhoods and bustling urban areas.
All the MIT FSILG organizations take an active role in keeping their alumni/ae connected and informed. Those which are also responsible for undergraduate chapters also supply over 200 alumni/ae volunteers in a variety of governance, operations, property management, and advisory roles. The Association of Independent Living Groups is the affiliation of those alumni together. The AILG speaks for the FSILGs and is formally organized with officers and standing committees that are listed under the “Committees” tab on the navigation bar above. New volunteer members are always welcome.
The AILG is the principal voice of the FSILG system with MIT and is the principal vehicle for sharing best practices between and amongst the houses, especially where long-term continuity or judgment are indicated.