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Massachusetts Gamma

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Founding date: 3/15/2008

Installing Officer:
Grand President Emily Russell Tarr, Texas Beta

Philanthropic Event:

Installation of Massachusetts Gamma

Installation weekend took place November 14–16, 2008. Six of the seven Grand Council members were in attendance. On Friday the 14, the evening started with a Pledging Ceremony and Preparatory Service in Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s (MIT) Student Center. This was followed by a Cookie Shine in MIT’s Walker Memorial Building. On November 15, 2008, an Initiation Ceremony was held in the MIT Chapel, followed by an installation banquet in the evening at Le Meridien Cambridge. The weekend concluded with a model Chapter Meeting and a Campus and Community Reception in MIT’s Student Center on November 16.

Living at Massachusetts Gamma

Massachusetts Gamma houses 52 members in their on-campus facility. They have a chapter room for regular meetings, living room, dining room and kitchen. They have several common areas to help our members bond and feel at home! Our members love having this space as it provides a great place for their sisterhood to continue growing!

Panhellenic Groups on Campus

Alpha Chi Omega, Alpha Epsilon Phi, Alpha Phi, Delta Phi Epsilon, Kappa Alpha Theta, Pi Beta Phi and Sigma Kappa

Philanthropic Service

Massachusetts Gamma's main philanthropy event is Arrowspike in the fall. Arrowspike is a volleyball tournament and carnival. The chapter members raise money through tournament entrance fees, carnival game tickets, and food sales.