In 1995, Rose-Hulman first began admitting women and on May 2, 1996, the Gamma Pi chapter was founded at Rose-Hulman. The chapter lived on 6th Street across from Fiji before moving into the House on campus. The chapter started off very small, as one of the two sororities on campus. Many of the events that were started in the chapter's first few years are still used today, such as Teeter-Tooter-a-Thon, which is still one of the main philanthropy events. Some of the chapter's other activities include Homecoming events, chapter retreats, trips to St. Jude Children's Research Hospital in Memphis, TN, Winter Formal, Spring Luau and everyday opportunities for sister bonding! Some of the most recent accomplishments our chapter has celebrated was having a sister named a second runner up for the Sarah Ida Shaw award, which celebrates an outstanding sister. The chapter has grown so much since its foundation while continuing to develop the sisterhood our charter class created.