“The work of Alpha Theta chapter of Sigma Chi demonstrates the power of history, legacy, and tradition and the importance of the physical manifestation of that past has a statement and actor upon our current culture and life experience.”
Sasha Soane is a PhD student in the Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS) Department.  With no prior ice hockey experience, he signed up for the physical education course and fell in love. “I wanted a challenge,” said Soane.
On May 9, fraternity Kappa Sigma and sorority Pi Beta Phi collaborated to run “Carnival for Collier” to raise funds for the Officer Sean A. Collier Self-Sponsor Scholarship.
May 26 marked the annual Division of Student Life (DSL) Infinite Mile Awards.
Since 2011, the MIT student-mentors of Amphibious Achievement have mentored inner-city high school students to promote success through a combination of aquatic sports and academic mentorship, which are generally inaccessible to inner-city youth.
  On May 1, AEPi stationed themselves on the steps of the Student Center where students could donate money for the chance to pie professors, administrators, and other students in the name of charity.
  On April 27, faculty, staff, and affiliated students gathered in Twenty Chimneys for the annual s reception to present the 2014-2015 Fraternity, Sorority, and Independent Living Group (FSILG) Awards.
On April 19, Alpha Chi Omega (AXO) put on the first Run the Night to raise money and promote domestic violence awareness.
    Isabel Lloyd ’18 recently began the “Tell Me About Your Day” Campaign (TMAYD) where members of the MIT community are donning white wristbands that read “TMAYD MIT.”
On April 1, Dr. Susan Komives, Professor Emerita of Student Affairs at the University of Maryland, visited the MIT campus as part of the DSL Speaker Series to address members of the MIT community.