“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.
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.