1909

AEPhi Founded

AEPhi is nationally founded at Barnard College. Seven Jewish women gathered to form a new sorority, after being rejected from others because of their faith.

1993

AEPhi Chapter Petition

Seven MIT women petition campus Panhellenic Council, the body that governs all sororities, on March 31, 1993, to bring AEPhi to MIT.

Though the request was denied, the group formed a local sorority, Sigma Iota Phi, and established our rituals, symbols, and ideals.

1995

AEPhi Chapter Created

Sigma Iota Phi is finally granted permission to go national. The sisters choose to become part of the sorority that the founders had wanted from the beginning - Alpha Epsilon Phi.

As the Beta Epsilon Chapter, they adopt AEPhi's rituals and symbols but keep their own traditions of sisterhood, strength, and dedication.

Chapter Spring 2018
Bowling!
Norbert eom
Alumni Hangout
Pokemon Cards~
Sisterweek Fall 2019
Jam Pham
Eboard Meeting
Alumni Picnic