Harvard's Alpha Phi chapter is now located on JFK Street in Harvard Square.
With an inaugural group of 46 women, Harvard’s newest sorority Alpha Phi has sought to transition into the Harvard social scene in recent weeks.
Sorority rushers celebrate after opening their envelopes in the Sheraton Commander Hotel's Mount Vernon room this Tuesday evening (2-12).
174 pairs of hands rushed to tear open envelopes containing cards revealing the identity of their new sisters. The women shrieked with excitement as they ran to locate their sororities.
Despite the addition of a fourth sorority on campus, the number of women who signed up for sorority recruitment at Harvard this year remained constant from last.
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Concluding a year-long search for the newest addition to Harvard Greek life, the Cambridge-Area Panhellenic Council announced Monday that the Alpha Phi sorority will begin recruitment next spring.
After more than 10 percent of Harvard’s female freshmen, sophomores, and juniors chose to rush sororities for the past two years, Harvard’s female Greek organizations plan to bring a fourth sorority to campus.
Members of Harvard’s Delta Gamma chapter wait excitedly as their potential members stand across the way from them at the Week’s Footbridge Thursday night.
At this year’s bid day, sorority leaders extended bids to 199 Harvard women, 27 more than were offered last year. Both Delta Gamma and Kappa Kappa Gamma extended bids to 66 Harvard women, while Kappa Alpha Theta extended 67 bids.