Who We Are
We are a campus group dedicated to spreading the ideas of effective altruism—that we should apply evidence and reason to find the most effective ways to improve the world.
We are a diverse group of undergrads and grad students, unified by a common desire to do good in the world. We like to challenge assumptions, seek out surprising ideas, and celebrate change for the better.
What We Do
We host talks—by such luminaries as Peter Singer and Paul Farmer—and dinner discussions amongst ourselves and with the larger community.
This year, we're launching new programs aimed at exploring the philosophical foundations of effective altruism, investigating biology safety, and running better events than ever.
What We Think
We are in a unique position to do good, and it's important that we care.
Through rational decision making, we can make a much larger difference.
We can, and do, enjoy doing it!