Xi Upsilon, Northeastern University
About Xi Upsilon Chapter
Xi Upsilon was founded on March 18, 1989 at Northeastern University in Boston, MA. We've been around 30 years and going strong!
Our chapter is a part of Delta Zeta Region 1. We currently have a total of 150 members in our chapter and our average GPA is 3.56! For the academic year Fall 2016 through Spring 2017 our chapter has donated 3753 service hours and $2590.87!
Anna Smith, a senior political science and communication studies major and member of the Xi Upsilon Chapter at Northeastern University, will join Teach for America and work in Dallas, Texas upon graduation. "Anna has been an amazing and thoughtful sister," said Kailyn Gaines, Vice President of Programs, "and has had lasting impact on our chapter and the larger Fraternity Sorority Life community, serving on our Executive Board as Vice President of Membership, Panhellenic executive board as Vice President of Recruitment, and winning the 2014 Woman of the Year award from Northeastern Fraternity and Sorority Life. She has been an unforgettable part of our chapter and we know she will continue to do unforgettable things with Teach for America!"
The Xi Upsilon Chapter hosted its annual Delta Draft-a-Date social with Northeastern University's chapter of Kappa Delta. Before the social, members of both sororities made cards to thank service members for their service to our country and to watch the movie, "Cadet Kelly."
"We're so grateful for the fun experiences and events we are able to participate in as a chapter, so it was important to us to reflect and take time to thank those who make this possible by keeping us safe," said Kailyn Gaines, Vice President of Programs.
Kailyn Gaines, a third year Political Science and Communication Studies major and Vice President of Programs for the Xi Upsilon Chapter at Northeastern University, was invited to participate in the National Collegiate Research Conference hosted by Harvard College, one of the two schools within Harvard University which grants undergraduate degrees, in January, 2016.
During the three-day conference, Kailyn met with other undergraduate researchers, distinguished faculty and professionals and presented her honors interdisciplinary thesis studying race, mainstream culture and police brutality in the poster competition.
More than 60 members of the Xi Upsilon Chapter (Northeastern University) registered and attended the grand re-opening of Sephora in the Prudential Center Mall in Boston, Massachusetts. While they had fun shopping and trying new makeup, Sephora donated $500 to the chapter's Hike for Hearing for bringing so many patrons to the store.
Some of the members of the Xi Upsilon Chapter.
During the spring semester, 53 members of the Xi Upsilon Chapter at Northeastern University are spending six months working full-time through Northeastern's unique co-op program, which places students at companies and organizations to gain professional experience to supplement their classroom learning. Xi Upsilon members are working not only in Boston, but in major cities like New York, Seattle and Atlanta, for companies like The TJX Companies, Inc., Goldman Sachs and Amazon.