About our house
The brothers of the Mu Tau (MIT) chapter of Alpha Epsilon Pi have obtained the perfect balance between academics, social life, and brotherhood. Though we often have the highest GPA on campus, we also enjoy a thriving social program that has something for everyone and fraternal bonds that last far longer than college.
We live in a beautiful four-story brownstone house in Boston’s historic Back Bay. Accomodations include many big-screen TVs, ping-pong and foosball tables, a piano, a large kitchen, and much more. We have a kosher chef who prepares meals most days of the week.
Brothers remain extraordinarily active inside and outside the house. When not running fraternity affairs, brothers in recent years have held such positions as IFC vice president; Hillel president, vice president, secretary, and treasurer; and even UA president. Our intramural sports teams have enjoyed great success lately in billiards and bowling, with other active teams in hockey, softball, frisbee, water polo, badminton, unihoc, and more; while the varsity crew, volleyball, sailing, skiing, and swim teams have all benefitted from our athletic prowess. We also show great diversity academically, with brothers studying in more than a dozen different departments and excelling in each.
But we also know how to have a good time. We have frequent social events such as our weekly Cider Night, home of our legendary banana bread; large events such as 007 parties, pirate parties, and highlighter parties; private date events such as Halloween parties and semiannual formals; mixers with local sororities; brothers-only retreats; and spontaneous trips and study breaks whenever we need a break from the rigors of MIT. We even have a hot tub!
Alpha Epsilon Pi is the only remaining national Jewish fraternity. The brothers of the Mu Tau (MIT) chapter are all proud of our heritage and practice to varying degrees, but we are a secular chapter. We have many close ties with Hillel and host occasional events for the MIT community like a Passover seder and the breaking of the fast after Yom Kippur. AEPi, in both the MIT chapter and the international fraternity, does not discriminate by religion or in any other way.
Where are we?
How do we get there? (Saferide)
Boston West – 84 Mass Ave -> 155 Baystate
Boston East – 84 Mass Ave -> 155 Baystate
Boston West – 155 Baystate -> Campus