Not All Heroes Wear Capes
...but some carry tubes. MIT's Panhel President Ayomide Fatunde stars in the MIT Admission's 2017 decisions announcement video.
Pi Day, 2017 - MIT Admissions
Northeast Greek Leadership Annual Conference
IFC and Panhell leaders. along with FSILG Office staff, attended at this annual gathering, held this year in Hartford, CT.
February 25 2017 - DSL Flickr
AXO & MIT's Domestic Violence Awareness & Prevention
MIT's AXO makes this cause their cause.
February 8, 2017 - DSL News
FSILG Leadership Retreat
The FSILG Office sponsors a retreat for student presidents from
the IFC, Panhell & LGC with participation from the AILG Board.
February 4, 2017 - DSL Flickr
MIT Honors the Memory of IRDF Founder, Reid Weedon '41.
In half a century of its existence, the IRDF has improved the
FSILG community thanks to its founder and dedicated member of
MIT's Phi Beta Epsilon.
January 4, 2017 - MIT News
Alpha Phi Philanthropy Event
Alpha Phi does the Boston Heart Walk and volunteers to work a
2016 -DSL Flickr
MIT's Chapter of America's Oldest Fraternity Honored for
Preservation and Protection of Residence
Chi Phi Fraternity receives 2016 Preservation Award from the Ne
England chapter of the Victorian Society in America.
September 2, 2016 - DSL News
Sigma Chi BBQ 2016
Sigma Chi hosts a BBQ for the neighbors
September 1, 2016 - DSL Flickr
Creating a Culture of Opportunity and Growth
Nicolas Gomez ’16 learns leadership, finds his academic path,
and gives back to low-income, first generation students striving for
college through TDC.
April 25, 2016 - DSL News
Come Home to College
Erin Main ’16 found her niche at MIT with the close-knit
independent living group, Epsilon Theta.
April 18, 2016 - DSL News
The Heart of Her MIT Experience
Yukino Nagai ’18 finds her AXO community a common thread
during her two chapters at MIT.
April 11, 2016 - DSL News
Fast Internet Arrives for FSILGs
Upgrades to wireless connectivity improve academic and personal
life for FSILGs.
March 8, 2016 - Alumni Association's Slice of MIT
Camilo Ruiz named 2016 Gates Cambridge Scholar
Camilo Ruiz, an MIT senior from Zeta Psi, is one of 35 American
students to be awarded this year’s competitive Gates Cambridge
February 29, 2016 - MIT News
Co-Founder of Dropbox Founder Shares how his Fraternity
Drew Houston '05 shares his story about how being Rush Chair
for his fraternity helped him gain valuble management experience.
Video - YouTube
October 28, 2015 - MIT Alumni Association
Student-Run Amphibious Achievement Receives Grant from
484 Phi Alpha Foundation
Sigma Alpha Epsilon's charitable foundation funds an exceptional
student-created and student-run community program.
Features: Carl King ’65 Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Charlotte Keeley ’17
Sigma Kappa, Bob Ferrara ’67 Theta Chi
October 5, 2015 - DSL News
AILG Sponsors Back Bay West Neighborhood Gathering
Beta Theta Pi Fraternity opens home and hosts barbeque to forge
relationships with neighbors.
September 24, 2015 - DSL News
MIT FSILGs Donate to Salvation Army and Goodwill
Members of the Interfraternity Council take advantage of
week/move-in period to hold a clothing drive, collecting 90 bags in
Features Lee Mount ’18 CP, Dave Dellal ’17 Tom Holtey ’62 CP
September 23, 2015
THE FIRST YEAR: Sisterly Beginnings
A change of heart during recruitment.
September 17, 2015 - The Tech
This Century-Old MIT Fraternity House is Being Recognized
for its Super Fancy Rennovation
The restoration of Sigma Chi's Beacon Street home.
September 15, 2015 - RealEstate (Boston Globe)
Preservation in Unexpected Places: A Shining Example in the Back Bay
Sigma Chi is recognized for maintaining the history of their home.
September 8, 2015 - Boston Preservation Alliance
Photos from MIT FSILGs.
September 2015 - DSL Flickr
Award-Winning Renovations to Sigma Chi
Extensive and creative upgrades maintain the history of the
fraternity’s house while serving the needs of the students.
August 4, 2015 - DSL News
FSILGs Support the Sean A. Collier Self-Sponsor Scholarship
Kappa Sigma & Pi Beta Phi team up for joint philanthropy, “Carnival for Collier” to raise scholarship money.
June 16, 2015 - DSL News
Alpha Epsilon Pi Fraternity Pies the MIT Community for
On May 1 AEPi raised money by “pieing” members of the MIT
community. This year the annual philanthropy collected funds for
Innovation Africa. It is the most lucrative fundraising effort in the
international AEPi community, raising over $32,000.
May 11, 2015
FSILG Awards Gather to Celebrate Greek Life at MIT
April 27 marked the annual FSILG awards reception for the
2014-15 academic year.
Photos - DSL Flickr
May 6, 2015
Alpha Chi Omega Hosts Run the Night For Their Philanthropy
Sorority AXO hosted the first Run the Night, an athletic challenge
and obstacle course they hope to continue annually to raise
money for domestic violence awareness.
April 28, 2015
TMAYD MIT Campaign Promotes Campus Community
Alpha Chi Omega’s Isabel Lloyd ’18 begins her “Tell Me About
Your Day MIT” initiative. Members of the MIT community are
wearing wristbands to show that MIT is a supportive community.
April 27, 2015
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.
MIT Colleges Against Cancer Host Relay for Life
MIT’s FSILGs had a particularly strong presence, making up about
half the teams, individual participants, and total dollars raised.
March 23, 2015 - DSL News
Simple Acts of Social Responsibility by Two MIT Fraternities
Fraternities Tau Epsilon Phi of Boston and Zeta Beta Tau of
Brookline helped their communities stay safe by locating and
clearing fire hydrants during this record-breaking winter.
March 16, 2015
Sorority Kappa Alpha Theta and Fraternity Alpha Delta Phi
Team Up for Holiday Cheer
The two Greeks held a festive gathering with holiday treats and
hot chocolate while they constructed 75 creative holiday season
cards to send patients at the Boston Children’s Hospital.
Event Photos - DSL Flickr
January 29, 2015 - DSL News
Kappa Alpha Theta Continues Popular Service Initiative with
For this MIT sorority, the most fashionable models are role
models. Kappa Alpha Theta continued its popular service initiative
KATWalk, a fashion show involving MIT students. This
philanthropy raises money for Court Appointed Special Advocates.
Kappa Alpha Theta has been partnered with CASA for 25 years.
December 15, 2014 - DSL News
MIT Fraternity Leaders Pledge to Fight Campus Sexual Assault
The fraternity leadership at MIT is making a proactive effort to
address issues of sexual assault on campus, sponsoring the
national “It’s On Us” campaign.
December 9, 2014
Student Leaders at MIT Join National Campaign
The White House launched the “It’s On Us” campaign earlier this
year to engage students, especially men, in preventing sexual
violence on campuses. MIT is among the institutions joining the
effort. Several Greek organizations have signed on as
sponsors, and this weekend many brothers and sisters
participated in the initiative’s launch.
December 8, 2014 - DSL News
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 - Alumni Association's Slice of MIT
MIT Has the Smartest Football Team in the World
Features: Peter Williams ’15 LCA, Brad Goldsberry ’15 DKE,
Cam Wagar ’15 DKE
November 28, 2014 - Fox Sports Live
Phi Kappa Sigma Honors Dedicated Alumni
Phi Kappa Sigma fraternity’s alumni corporation accepted the
retirement of two long time alumni: Bill Denhard '42 and Rick
Winterson '56, who have combined more than 120 years of
service on their board.
November 24, 2014 - Alumni Association's Slice of MIT
Smoot Legacy Continues on Harvard Bridge
An anonymous donor gives $2.5 million for new lighting on the
condition that it be installed every 30 smoots.
November 14, 2014 - The Tech
The 484 Phi Alpha Foundation Donates 2 million in 13th Year
The 484 Phi Alpha Foundation, which was founded by Sigma
Alpha Epsilon alumni, 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
Panhel Votes for New Sorority
A growing number of sisters at MIT prompts a discussion to induct a new sorority, and the Panhellic Association unanimously consents to the addition.
November 4, 2014 - The Tech
Alpha Chi Omega Brings Awareness to Domestic Violence
Even in the wake of high-profile cases involving athletes and other celebrities, Courtney Diamond ’17 of MIT’s Alpha Chi Omega chapter believes domestic violence doesn’t get the attention or focus it deserves.
October 6, 2014 - DSL News
IN YOUR COMMUNITY: Domestic Violence Awareness
Alpha Chi Omega worked to break the silence surrounding
domestic violence and bring it into the spotlight as their national
September 30, 2014 - The Tech
Oft-assailed Fraternities Focus on Responsibility
Organizations rebuilding their reputations.
September 8, 2014 - The Boston Globe
Panhellenic Bid Night 2014
MIT Sororities gather for bid night.
September 2, 2014 - DSL Flickr
AILG Annual Dinner Provides Positive Outlook for FSILGs
The Association of Independent Living Groups (AILG) welcomed
close to 100 FSILG alumni, support staff, Institutional dignitaries,
and students to its annual dinner at the MIT Museum on June 11.
June 19, 2014 - DSL News
Participants in Greek System Thrive After College, Gallup
Brothers and sisters do better than non-affiliated colleagues after
May 27, 2014 - Inside Higher Ed
Alpha Epsilon Pi “Pies” MIT for Children’s Charity
The MIT chapter of Alpha Epsilon has raised more than $25,000 for Save a Child’s Heart, which identifies children from developing countries with potentially fatal-but treatable-heart conditions, flies them to Israel, and provides life-saving heart surgeries.
May 23, 2014 - DSL News
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
IRDF Toasts to 50 Years of Supporting FSILG Vitality
Alumni, staff, and students gathered in Walker Memorial Hall Saturday evening on April 26 to celebrate the 50th anniversary of
the Independent Residence Development Fund.
Video - YouTube
May 5, 2014 - DSL News
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
FSILG 2013-2014 Awards Announced
Awards regarding academic, community service, and ethics.
Reif Signals Start of Greek Olympics
The members of the MIT and sorority community gathered outside
Kresge Hall on Tuesday to announce the commencement of the
April 25, 2014 - DSL News
Kappa Sigma Organizes ‘Nearly Naked Mile’ Run for Charity
The MIT chapter initiated the run for the Sean Collier Self Sponsor
April 8, 2014 - Boston Globe
IT’S ALL GREEK TO ME: Leaping into the Unknown
Sisters provide support and encouragement to explore new things.
April 19, 2013 - The Tech
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 - Phi Kappa Theta Page
Phi Beta Epsilon Rennovations
Take a look at the rennovations to PBE's homestead.
October 2013 - DSL Flickr
SORORITY ALUMNI: Bonding Beyond College
Sororities offer continuity of shared experiences and histories
through common values to connect the MIT community across
February 5, 2013 - The Tech
Dr. Michael Kimmel Visits MIT to Talk About the College Man
Students and student affairs professionals from New England
come together for a discussion on men and masculinities.
November 14, 2012 - MIT News
IT’S ALL GREEK TO ME: Leading by Example
Sororities help to develop leadership among its members.
October 23, 2012 - The Tech
CityDays Serve-Off Brings MIT Student Communities to the
190 students serve at 13 local organizations
October 22, 2012 - MIT News
IT’S ALL GREEK TO ME: Sports and Sororities
Sisters support each others’ pursuits outside of Greek life.
October 16, 2012 - The Tech
IT’S ALL GREEK TO ME: Studious Sisters
Sororities emphasize academic excellence and provide support to
September 25, 2012 - The Tech
CityDays Celebrates its 21st Birthday, and You’re Invited
Student registration for the CityDays Serve-Off open until
September 21, 2012 - MIT News
IT’S ALL GREEK TO ME: Building Houses, Building
A sorority’s involvement in Habitat for Humanity inspired
consistent community service participation to become part of the
lifestyle of its members.
September 18, 2012 - The Tech
The Stephen D. Baker Outstanding Change Initiative Award
This award was created in honor of Theta Xi brother and 1984
MIT alumnus Stephen D. Baker.
June 11, 2012 - MIT News
Six Things About the Number Six Club
Learn about one of MIT's coed fraternities.
May 25, 2012 - MIT News
Rising to the Challenge
Number Six wins second annual FSILG&D Community Service
May 14, 2012 - MIT News
Brothers of Phi Beta Epsilon Win First Annual FSILG&D
Community Service Photo Contest
Students showcase photos of living groups’ community service.
December 5, 2011 - MIT News
3 Questions with a Student Leader: IFC President Tommy
Hear from the MIT junior and newly elected Interfraternity Council
December 1, 2011 - MIT News
National Campus Safety Expert Holds Education Workshops
Risk management speaker talks with students, staff, and alumni
November 29, 2011 - MIT News
Sigma Alpha Epsilon Fraternity Takes Home the Inaugural
New competitions challenge MIT students to serve the community
as a community
April 25, 2011 - MIT News
The Answer Is Yes
“Going Greek has been one of the best decisions of my life.”
August 16, 2011 - MIT Admissions
Eyes on the Prize for Service
20 MIT student teams participate in the FSILG&D Community
April 12, 2011 - MIT News
Pi Beta Phi Finds a Home on Campus
Undergraduate sorority to occupy 405 Memorial Drive in 2012
September 2, 2011 - MIT News
Sorority and Fraternities were among the groups building LEGO
kits for local schools
February 8, 2011