Chocolate City 40th Reunion, 2015

CC 40th
Courtesy JC Woodard Photography

The Brothers of Chocolate City at its 40th Reunion, MIT Stratton Student Center, October 2015.

Chocolate City 40th Reunion

In 2015, Chocolate City alumni returned to the Institute to reflect on their MIT experience, impart valuable insights onto current brothers of the House, and reconnect with old friends over the Columbus Day weekend (October 9-11, 2015). Undergraduates connected with and learned from alumni through a host of different events, including dining, sporting, and discussion activities. These events aimed to help establish meaningful connections between brothers and to initiate critical conversations about how Chocolate City can continue to serve the minority community, the overall MIT community, and the world at large.

Chocolate City

Chocolate City (CC) is a living group at MIT currently residing on the top three floors of the New House 1 dormitory. Established in 1972 by black male students, CC aims to create a support network for all of the brothers within, and to develop each of the individual brothers intellectually, professionally, as well as socially.

Timeline: 2010s
Life: Chocolate City (CC)
Career: Community
Object: Image
Collection: Living Groups, Mentorship, Rising Voices 1995-Present, Students
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