The other half of the students were independents, sometimes known as GDI's


Although the G... D... Independents were not really part of the Greek lifestyle, they did constitute about 50% of the students in the early 60's and were scattered all over Troy, from the Quad to small apartments and houses. Many filled local houses, often making them overflow with stereo systems, telephone networks, pizza boxes and assorted debris. Often these 'brothers' created their own fraternal organizations centered around their common interests - the webmaster thinks of WRPI as an example. 

Website: An website showing affinity among independents is sort of an oxymoron, so there ain't one.