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Congratulations to the 23 bontonious new brothers of SAE Mass Gamma who joined the chapter in the past year!
Massachusetts Gamma Brothers Receive Highest Fraternal Honor
The Chapter congratulates our outgoing Eminent Archon Nico Yannuzzi '07 and outgoing Eminent Treasurer Jonathan Hyman '08 for receiving The Order of the Phoenix. This award is reserved for those brothers who exhibit unwavering devotion to our cause, and there are no two brothers more deserving of this distinction. These men have served critical roles in shaping our fraternity,and helping us become what we are today and for that we are forever indebted.
Thank you and Phi Alpha!
Province Alpha Leadership School
No awards were given at the 2006 Province Alpha Leadership School held at Dartmouth College. However, if they had been Mass. Gamma would have undoubtedly been among the most recognized chapters in the Province.
In 2005, Mass. Gamma attended the Province Alpha Leadership School in Portland, Maine. The highlight was the awards ceremony. Mass. Gamma took home the following awards:
- The 2005 Province Alpha's Recruitment Award
- The 2005 Province Alpha's Scholarship Award
- The 2005 Distinction for the True Gentleman Day of Service (a Philanthropy Award)
Mass. Gamma was also distinguished as the runner-up for the 2005 Award for the Most Improved Chapter.
Mentions in The Crimson
For its achievements, Mass. Gamma was recognized twice in 2005-2006 in the Harvard Crimson:
- Harvard Chapter Tops Frat GPA- Sigma Alpha Epsilon also nabs prizes for most pledges and most improved chapter
- Relay Race Helps Profs Fight Cancer
Mass Gamma also won the Alaska Club's annual Human Iditarod Race. View pictures from this event.