Aaron B. Sorkin visited the Phoenix S. K.’s clubhouse while writing “The Social Network.”
During their time at the College, John F. Kennedy '40 and Robert F. Kennedy '48 were both members of the Spee.
The Porcellian’s clubhouse is reportedly called the “Old Barn” by club members.
The A.D. Club has occupied its current location since 1900.
The Delphic was the brainchild of J.P. Morgan, Jr., a graduate of the class of 1889 who didn’t get into his club of choice.
Fly alums include Franklin D. Roosevelt, Class of 1904; Deval L. Patrick '78, and William F. Weld '66.
Before they were czars of Microsoft, both Steven A. Ballmer ’77 and Bill Gates, who dropped out in 1975, were members of the Fox.
The Owl was originally named Alpha Epsilon.