Articles from Additional Sources

Articles from Additional Sources

Fast Internet Arrives for FSILGs
Upgrades to wireless connectivity improve academic and personal life for FSILGs.
March 8, 2016




Making Green By Growing Greens…with Fish
Two 2013 MIT grads see the fruits of their innovation in the company they co-founded a year ago called Grove Labs. The idea and prototype for the company and its products started while they undergraduates living together as brothers of Sigma Chi.
December 2, 2014




The 484 Alpha Phi Foundation Donates 2 million in 13th Year of Grants
Alpha Phi has granted more than $900,000 to MIT programs, including $225,000 to the Public Service Center, $142,000 to iHouse, and $250,000 to Office of Engineering Outreach Programs. $500,000 has gone to neighborhood programs such as Tutoring Plus, Margaret Fuller Settlement House and Community Art Center, community-based NGO’s, with $400,000 for programs such as CCTV, Breakthrough Cambridge, and Best Buddies.
November 6, 2014


Participants in Greek System Thrive After College, Gallup Finds
Brothers and sisters do better than non-affiliated colleagues after graduation.
May 27, 2014





Sigma Nu Raises Funds for the jimmy Fund Clinic
Sausage Fest is a fundraiser organized by the MIT Chapter of Sigma Nu every semester in support of the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute. The brothers of Sigma Nu will be selling delicious hot dogs and refreshing drinks the entire afternoon! The money raised will be donated to the Jimmy Fund Clinic, which focuses on testicular cancer research.
May 10, 2014




Brothers Volunteer at Boston Marathon
MIT’s Kappa Sigmas volunteered a the starting line.
May 3, 2014


Kappa Sigmas Join Red Sox Green Team
Members volunteer at Fenway to promote environmentalism.
May 3, 2014




Epsilon Theta Lends a Hand to the Greater Boston Food Bank
Students and alumni/ae from Epsilon Theta coed fraternity attended three group volunteer trips to the Greater Boston Food Bank, which serves as a supplier to food pantries, shelters, and free meal programs across eastern Massachusetts, distributing 48 million pounds of food last year. ET volunteers helped sort donations of canned goods, dry goods, and frozen meat, helping to salvage hundreds of pounds of food each trip.



Kappa Sigma Organizes ‘Nearly Naked Mile’ Run for Charity
The MIT chapter initiated the run for the Sean Collier Self Sponsor Scholarship
April 8, 2014



Phi Kappa Theta Opens Doors Amid Boston Marathon Chaos
With their house two blocks from the finish line, MIT’s chapter embody fraternity’s motto.
April 16, 2013



MIT Sigs Show Compassion During Boston Marathon Bombings
Among the chaos, brothers open fraternity doors and provide resources to runners and spectators.






FSILG&D Community Service Challenge 2012
Groups compete to take home the Service Cup.




The Answer Is Yes
“Going Greek has been one of the best decisions of my life.”
August 16, 2011