In 1991, two connected brownstones in the heart of Kenmore Square in Boston became the home for the Zeta Phi chapter. With room for up to sixty-one sisters, a large portion of our sorority has the opportunity to live together allowing our house to be a home for all of our sisters. We share dinner nightly that is prepared by our great new chef, Justine, in the dining room five nights a week, hang out on big comfy couches in the TV room during study breaks, and use the large common rooms for study groups or department meetings. Girls enjoy baking together on the weekends in our kitchen that is stocked with breakfast, lunch, and snack foods.
Kenmore square and the surrounding area afford sisters plenty of opportunities to go out together for dinner and shopping. Only three blocks from the Mass Ave bridge or a short ride on the MIT saferide shuttle, our house in Boston allows us to have a break from campus without being too far away.