The president of Sui Generis, Bobbi Jo Thome, called a special meeting which was attended by the members of Sui Generis as well as Dean Stevens.Â The purpose of the meeting was to "examine where we are going and what we are," according to Dean Stevens.Â A majority of the discussion revolved around whether or not Sui Generis should be a part of Pan-Hel and the traditional rush process.Â Some worried that withdrawing from Pan-Hel would send a stand-offish signal to freshman and independent women, while others felt that continuing to be a part of Pan-Hel created more competition between Sui G
According to the official minutes of Sui Generis, a non-exclusive women's fraternity, in 1960 the members received an award from Phi Beta Kappa for their outstanding scholarship.Â Sui Generis had the highest percentage of the Phi Beta Kappa average, a 3.5, of all of the sororities and fraternities on campus.
According to the official minutes of Sui Generis, a non-exclusive women's fraternity, the Pan-Hellenic Council established changes to the rush rules for the subsequent semester.Â According to the minutes, "There will be free association in South, but no in other eating establishments, riding in cars is OK if two or more sororities are present, double dating with a Freshman and a sorority girl is OK if arranged by the boys, and only one social service project may be advertised on campus."Â Pan-Hel also established the length for invitational parties and what food would be served during open
According to the official minutes of Sui Generis, a local women's sorority with a non-selective policy, the proposal of a Social Rules Evaluation Committee was approved in 1961. The main purpose of the Committee was to create a system of accountability for those members of sororities who were caught drinking.
A report released by Dickinson on June 10, 1961 showed the distribution of grades by class, gender, and greek organization.Â According to the report, the 348 women on campus maintained an overall average of 2.81, while the 721 men had an grade average of 2.35.Â Seniors maintained the highest average with a 2.82, while freshman had the lowest, a 2.21.Â Sui Generis was the greek organization with the highest average, a 3.0, and they were closely by Phi Mu and Pi Beta Phi with 2.97 and 2.89 respectively.
The 1958 Microcosm entry on Sui Generis, a new local sorority established in 1956, noted that the group "formed a close bond of friendship and have made this the 'coming out' year."Â The women worked with their faculty advisor, Miss Christian Royer, to create their pin, decorate their new rooms in the basement of Biddle, draw up their constitution, and choose their official colors of dark blue and light blue.Â Sui Generis was also became a voting member of the college Pan-Hellenic Council this year.Â Like other women's fraternities on campus, Sui Generis supported various campus philanthrop
In the 1957 edition of the Microcosm, a new local sorority, Sui Generis, made an appearance.Â According to the entry, Sui Generis was officially founded on Decemeber 15, 1956 with the goals of forming bonds of loyalty, friendship, and participation.Â However, the organization had been on campus for some time before this.Â In 1957, plans were still in the works for a constitution, which would give Sui Generis official representation on campus, as well as permanent meeting rooms.Â The members' activities in 1957 included providing donations to the campus chest drive and sponsoring a needy chi