As part of AEPi’s Jewish Programming Year, chapters are encouraged to build sukkahs and host brothers, fellow students and friends during the week-long holiday of Sukkot. This year’s sukkah build initiative saw 106 chapters participating — the most yet.
“The sukkah is a physical representation of Judaism. With rising anti-Semitism on campus, the increased number of our chapters building sukkahs shows that our brothers are proudly and unabashedly Jewish,” said Jonathan Bridge, AEPi chief programming officer and Lorber director of Jewish programming.
Here are just some of the finest tabernacles AEPi had to offer: