FRATERNITY NEWS

FridayPiday: Zack Kirshner (GVSU, 2020)

The dust is beginning to settle on all the mayhem that has ensued over the last few months, and we’re finally getting into the rhythm of our new daily routines. Brother Zack Kirshner (GVSU, 2020) eagerly greeted the return to this “new normal” we’ve come to know but has also started to realize the importance of unplugging to keep your sanity. Brother Kirshner is a senior and the IFC President at Grand Valley State University. He, like many undergraduates, are still in limbo as they wait for their school to make a decision about whether to resume in-person classes this [...]

FridayPiday: Max Frischman (Virginia Tech, 2015)

Brother Max Frischman (Virginia Tech, 2015) is an “idea guy.” From working with several startups to pioneering Alpha Epsilon Pi’s high school engagement programs, taking ambitious ideas and bringing them to life is his calling. Two short years ago, he made his biggest idea -- leaving his home in the United States and moving to Jerusalem -- a reality. Brother Frischman started working with AEPi for the same reason as most: he wanted to give back to the fraternity that gave him so much. While pursuing his bachelor’s degree at Virginia Tech, he accepted an internship with AEPi in the [...]

FridayPiday: Matthew Golden (Lehigh, 2014)

Leadership, the old saying goes, is not a position or a title, it is action and example. Brother Matthew Golden (Lehigh, 2014) has always been more than just a leader; he’s been an example of leadership. “I grew up in Westchester County (NY) and, even in high school, was always looking for leadership opportunities. I always wanted to be that ‘Go-To’ guy. I loved the idea of being in the Army and seriously considered West Point after High School. I ultimately attended Lehigh University where I was awarded an ROTC scholarship. Lehigh offered a strong balance between athletics, academics, and [...]

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FridayPiday: Zack Kirshner (GVSU, 2020)

The dust is beginning to settle on all the mayhem that has ensued over the last few months, and we’re finally getting into the rhythm of our new daily routines. Brother Zack Kirshner (GVSU, 2020) eagerly greeted the return to this “new normal” we’ve come to know but has also started to realize the importance of unplugging to keep your sanity. Brother Kirshner is a senior and the IFC President at Grand Valley State University. He, like many undergraduates, are still in limbo as they wait for their school to make a decision about whether to resume in-person classes this [...]

FridayPiday: Max Frischman (Virginia Tech, 2015)

Brother Max Frischman (Virginia Tech, 2015) is an “idea guy.” From working with several startups to pioneering Alpha Epsilon Pi’s high school engagement programs, taking ambitious ideas and bringing them to life is his calling. Two short years ago, he made his biggest idea -- leaving his home in the United States and moving to Jerusalem -- a reality. Brother Frischman started working with AEPi for the same reason as most: he wanted to give back to the fraternity that gave him so much. While pursuing his bachelor’s degree at Virginia Tech, he accepted an internship with AEPi in the [...]

FridayPiday: Matthew Golden (Lehigh, 2014)

Leadership, the old saying goes, is not a position or a title, it is action and example. Brother Matthew Golden (Lehigh, 2014) has always been more than just a leader; he’s been an example of leadership. “I grew up in Westchester County (NY) and, even in high school, was always looking for leadership opportunities. I always wanted to be that ‘Go-To’ guy. I loved the idea of being in the Army and seriously considered West Point after High School. I ultimately attended Lehigh University where I was awarded an ROTC scholarship. Lehigh offered a strong balance between athletics, academics, and [...]

AEPi VOICES

Voices: Now is the Time To Be Our Brothers’ Keepers

Today’s Voices article is written by Brother Joshua Goldstein, Psy.D, based in Los Angeles. Brother Goldstein is a 2011 graduate of California State University – Northridge where he served as, among other roles, master of the Chi Nu chapter of Alpha Epsilon Pi. He received his Doctorate degree in Clinical Psychology from The Chicago School of Professional Psychology, completed his post-doc training in Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy, and practices in West Los Angeles. I know that the last several weeks in quarantine have been difficult on all of us and I wanted to take this opportunity to encourage my fraternity Brothers, undergraduates [...]

Voices: A Wake-Up Call

Brother Noah Kaplan (Arizona, 2021) was on his way home from a trip to Barcelona when he noticed his first COVID-19 symptom, a dry cough. In the story below, he gives us insight on his experience and why we need to heed the warnings of medical professionals worldwide. 

Voices: Thoughts on a Quarantined World

Rabbi Dov Hillel Klein is known as a “Chassidic Renaissance Man.” Since 1985, Klein has been the Executive Director of Chabad at Northwestern University servicing students, faculty and staff. He also brings 33 years of teaching experience to his students. Rabbi Klein is a Brother of Alpha Epsilon Pi Fraternity and currently an Assistant Regional Governor. He is also an international Rabbi and chapter advisor for the Tau Delta chapter. Below, Rabbi Klein shares his thoughts on the impact of COVID-19. For more information about COVD-19 and how it may affect your chapter, click here. A student of the Tzemach [...]

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