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Congratulations to the 23 bontonious new brothers of SAE Mass Gamma who joined the chapter in the past year!
A Personal Welcome from Our President
On behalf of the brothers of SAE Mass Gamma, I would like to extend a warm welcome to our website. Please feel free to take a look around and learn more about what makes our brotherhood unique.
Across the country, members of Sigma Alpha Epsilon strive to be the best and succeed in all endeavors in their lives, great and small. With over 300,000 members nationally and 246 chapters in every state, Sigma Alpha Epsilon is the nation's largest social fraternity. The Mass Gamma chapter at Harvard has a long history dating back to 1893.
Over the past year, our brothers have accomplished a great deal within our chapter and the greater Boston area. We were happy to continue a successful financial aid program for members of our chapter for the second year. The brothers of SAE Mass Gamma also raised several thousand dollars with other Greek life on campus, and walked the track with them during the American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life twelve-hour event. The brothers of Mass Gamma joined SAE chapters around the country by participating in The True Gentleman Day of Service. The efforts of our members during the Harvard Square Homeless Shelter and Boston Charles River Cleanups, and those of members across the country resulted in approximately 15,000 hours of service from SAE nationally over a three day period. In addition, multiple brothers attended the Province Alpha Leadership School held in Boston, and brother John Imbrie-Moore will be attending Leadership School this summer.
SAE has hosted many fun events throughout the past year including a spring formal, Casino Night, Paddy Murphy party, Harvard-Yale tailgate, Christmas in Dixie party, Ski Trip over J-term, mixers with sororities, and many more. I look forward to another exciting year with Mass Gamma. Moreover, I hope that you will rush this semester and see all that our brotherhood has to offer.
John F.M. Kocsis
President, Sigma Alpha Epsilon Mass Gamma