Happy Pi Day!

Well it's March 14 again, which means it's Pi Day! So obviously, you should donate to your Pi Chapter now! Check out this page for your options: http://www.pizetes.org/donations/

Also, if 314 alumni donate to RPI today, two trustees will donate $25K each to the Annual Fund. If you have extra disposable income after donating to the Pi Chapter, why not send RPI some money too? Information is here:


Register Now for Alumni Weekend!

Alumni Weekend registration is now open! Click here to register securely via RPI's Alumni Relations Website.

Book your hotel room today at the Hilton Garden Inn to guarantee availability. Use group code 605 to lock in the very low rate of $113 / night.

Here is the schedule:

Friday, May 2nd Friday afternoon - Golf (let us know if you're interested) 6 PM - Happy Hour at the Recovery Room 9 PM - Bowling and Open Bar at Uncle Sam's Lanes

Saturday, May 3rd 10 AM - Annual Meeting at the Chapter House 12 PM - Barbecue at the Chapter House 2 PM - Softball game on campus, location TBA 6 PM - Cocktail Hour at the Sage Ballroom at the Hilton Garden Inn 7 PM - Annual Banquet at the Sage Ballroom at the Hilton Garden Inn

Sunday May 4th 10 AM - Brunch at the Chapter House 12 PM - Farewells to another great Alumni Weekend

Pi House Buzzes With Activity

The autumn season is winding down, winter weather is starting to make an appearance, and the brothers of Zeta Psi are hard at work for the last few weeks until winter break. Around the house, raking has been a frequent sight, as the brothers have been doing their best to get leaves cleaned up before snow starts falling. In addition, volunteer hour counts have shot up as everyone recently gave their time at the Susan Odell Taylor School, raking the entire property. On December 7, the Pi Chapter is volunteering and sponsoring a Christmas party at the Hope 7 Community Center on Pawling Avenue. Philanthropy Chair Brother Brendan Jablonski '15 has been doing a great job planning and mustering interest for all these events. The actives look to Brendan to find even more volunteer opportunities for next semester.

In addition to actives, the pledge process—taken on by nine of RPI's most upstanding men—is in its final stages, and the brothers are all very excited for the potential new members of the house. Every day brings the pledges closer and closer to each other and becoming brothers.

Many members of the RPI JV and varsity men's basketball teams are Zeta Psi brothers, also. The varsity team has their home opener this Saturday against the Worcester Polytechnic Institute Engineers (who are obviously no match for our Engineers), and then they travel to Berkeley College the following day to face the Knights.

Pi Zete Clinches Spot on IFC Executive Board

During last night's Interfraternity Council elections, Brother Arjun Chavern ’15—currently the Alpha Phi and risk manager of the Pi Chapter—was voted to become the new IFC vice president of risk management. His term is the 2014 calendar year. Congratulations, Arjun! We're very happy to have such an essential position filled by a Zeta Psi brother, and we know you're going to great things in your position!

Zetes Crush RPI's Fire and Life Safety Inspection

The house was recently inspected by a member of RPI's staff for fire protection and life safety issues. We are proud to report that we earned 274 out of 289 points for a score of 95%. The chapter missed a perfect score only because a risk management meeting on campus was missed. Great job by the Property Committee and by the Actives in keeping the house safe.