FRATERNITY NEWS

FridayPiday: Seth Siegel (Cornell, 1974)

Want to learn more about Brother Seth Siegel? Join the AEPi Foundation for a Zoom session with him on Thursday, July 15 at 2:30 PM EST. Register for the event here. Brother Siegel will be going more in-depth about his career as a writer, and will happily answer questions you have for him. We hope to see you there! “I’ve had a pretty convoluted career path,” said Brother Seth Siegel (Cornell, 1974). “But I think I’ve ended up in a great place.” Upon graduating from Cornell (and AEPi’s Beta chapter) in 1974, Brother Siegel spent a year studying international relations [...]

FridayPiday: Stephen Lachs (UCLA, 1960)

Want to learn more about Brother Stephen Lachs? Join the AEPi Foundation for a Zoom session with him on Wednesday, June 23 at 2:30 PM EST. Register for the event here. Brother Lachs will be going more in-depth about his career as a judge for the Los Angeles Superior Court, and will happily answer questions you have for him. We hope to see you there! Brother Lachs working in his chamber on 9/20/1979 When Brother Stephen Lachs (UCLA, 1960) was appointed as a judge of the Los Angeles County Superior Court in September 1979 by Governor Jerry Brown, the news splashed [...]

Voices: What Determines a Legacy?

In 2018, we added a column called AEPi Voices that was dedicated to highlighting those with something to say about their positive experience. If you know someone who would want to write an op-ed, email us at [email protected]! Brother Josh Sushan (DePaul, 2016) is a former staff member of Alpha Epsilon Pi. He served as the Director of Leadership Development, and was instrumental to the planning process of the Michael A. Leven Advanced Leadership Institute, a conference offered to undergraduate Brothers at Convention. In this op-ed, he writes about the impact Brother Jarad Geldner (American, 2005) had on Brothers across the globe [...]

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FridayPiday: Seth Siegel (Cornell, 1974)

Want to learn more about Brother Seth Siegel? Join the AEPi Foundation for a Zoom session with him on Thursday, July 15 at 2:30 PM EST. Register for the event here. Brother Siegel will be going more in-depth about his career as a writer, and will happily answer questions you have for him. We hope to see you there! “I’ve had a pretty convoluted career path,” said Brother Seth Siegel (Cornell, 1974). “But I think I’ve ended up in a great place.” Upon graduating from Cornell (and AEPi’s Beta chapter) in 1974, Brother Siegel spent a year studying international relations [...]

FridayPiday: Stephen Lachs (UCLA, 1960)

Want to learn more about Brother Stephen Lachs? Join the AEPi Foundation for a Zoom session with him on Wednesday, June 23 at 2:30 PM EST. Register for the event here. Brother Lachs will be going more in-depth about his career as a judge for the Los Angeles Superior Court, and will happily answer questions you have for him. We hope to see you there! Brother Lachs working in his chamber on 9/20/1979 When Brother Stephen Lachs (UCLA, 1960) was appointed as a judge of the Los Angeles County Superior Court in September 1979 by Governor Jerry Brown, the news splashed [...]

FridayPiday: Josh Kopelman (Oklahoma, 2012)

“Money won,” as Paul Newman said in The Color of Money, “is twice as sweet as money earned.” But, for Brother Josh Kopelman (Oklahoma, 2012) winning money playing poker is how he earns his money. After graduating from Oklahoma University with a degree in Journalism, Brother Kopelman began his career as a sports talk radio producer in Oklahoma City. After some time, he also got his own show though, “I didn’t really focus on gambling. Kind of ironic now…” “I had played poker for years, mostly with my friends and occasionally in some poker rooms but I started playing more [...]

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Voices: What Determines a Legacy?

In 2018, we added a column called AEPi Voices that was dedicated to highlighting those with something to say about their positive experience. If you know someone who would want to write an op-ed, email us at [email protected]! Brother Josh Sushan (DePaul, 2016) is a former staff member of Alpha Epsilon Pi. He served as the Director of Leadership Development, and was instrumental to the planning process of the Michael A. Leven Advanced Leadership Institute, a conference offered to undergraduate Brothers at Convention. In this op-ed, he writes about the impact Brother Jarad Geldner (American, 2005) had on Brothers across the globe [...]

VOICES: Adam Levine (Massachusetts, 2022)

Adam Levine (Massachusetts, 2022) is a native of Framingham, MA who was recently honored for being one of the world’s most successful college fundraisers for Movember. That alone would make his story interesting but Adam’s personal struggles with mental health make his story extraordinary. We share his story this week in honor of National Mental Health Awareness Month.  Alpha Epsilon Pi International has partnered with JED to strengthen its commitment to the well-being of all members. The mental health and safety of all Alpha Epsilon Pi members, alumni, or undergraduates, should at all times be a priority of our organization. […]

Voices: Living, and Dying, in Israel

The article below was written by Matanya Harow (Hebrew U, 2021), the president of AEPi’s chapter in Jerusalem. In his final semester of school at Hebrew University, double majoring in Economics and International Relations, Brother Harow is an Israeli native and citizen who grew up in Efrat, a few minutes south of Jerusalem. He served as a combat soldier and later commander in the IDF, stationed in areas all over Judea, Samaria and the Gaza border. Today, he studies, works and lives in Jerusalem. Brother Harow wanted to use this space to give his Brothers in the diaspora a sense [...]

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