Association of Independent Living Groups records
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This collection was compiled by the Association of Independent Living Groups (AILG) of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology for the MIT 150th Anniversary Archives Project. It includes the charter and bylaws of the AILG, as well as information on the history, present state, and possible future of Fraternities, Sororities, and Independent Living Groups (FSILG) at MIT.
- Creation: 2000 - 2011
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The Association of Independent Living Groups (AILG), originally the Alumni Interfraternity Conference (AIFC), was established around 1964 as an informal association of alumni house presidents and trustees. In 2000, the AIFC was re-chartered and became the AILG. The association represents all Fraternities, Sororities, and Independent Living Groups (FSILGs), including current chapters and alumni corporations. The AILG is composed of a Board of Directors (six members) with both standing and ad-hoc committees.
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- Guide to the Records of the Association of Independent Living Groups at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology
- Dana Goblaskas
- Copyright 2011
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- Describing Archives: A Content Standard
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- 2021 October 27: Edited by Lana Mason for compliance with DACS single-level optimum requirements.
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