FRATERNITY NEWS

FridayPiday: Scott Beeber (George Washington, 1993)

While fairly young in the winemaking business, Brother Scott Beeber (George Washington, 1993) always had a dream of carrying on the family legacy. His great-grandfather made “medicinal wine” in New York City during the prohibition era and, growing up, he remembers his family retelling stories about how he used to deliver the wine to the Rockettes in Manhattan. He listened to these tales in his grandfather’s house in awe, with bottles of spirits mixed with different fruits and spices sitting around him on the bar in the basement. With his great-grandfather’s legacy in mind, he set out to find the […]

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Challenge Yourself This Fall

AEPi’s Jewish Leadership and Programming Department (JLPD) is excited to launch three programs this fall to keep our undergraduate Brothers interacting with one another whether they are in-person or virtual. We’re excited to announce the Israel Engagement Chair Cohort, Jewish Identity Chair Cohort, and Leven Leadership Fellow programs. These three opportunities exemplify our mission to develop leadership for the Jewish community. This year, more than any year in recent memory, our AEPi Brothers will need to rely on our shared Jewish values and traditions to bring us and our campus community together, especially when we are forced to stay apart. […]

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FridayPiday: Scott Beeber (George Washington, 1993)

While fairly young in the winemaking business, Brother Scott Beeber (George Washington, 1993) always had a dream of carrying on the family legacy. His great-grandfather made “medicinal wine” in New York City during the prohibition era and, growing up, he remembers his family retelling stories about how he used to deliver the wine to the Rockettes in Manhattan. He listened to these tales in his grandfather’s house in awe, with bottles of spirits mixed with different fruits and spices sitting around him on the bar in the basement. With his great-grandfather’s legacy in mind, he set out to find the […]

FridayPiday: Ken Chertow (Pennsylvania State, 1989)

Following your passion and being successful in the sports world can be extremely difficult. From his teen years, Brother Ken Chertow (Pennsylvania State, 1989) loved and learned about advocating wellness and coaching wrestling. Now as an Olympian, Brother Chertow runs a wrestling camp, wrestling clinics and a wellness company. Between his first and second year of college at Pennsylvania State University, Brother Chertow traveled to Israel to represent the United States in the Maccabiah Championship in wrestling. Normally when athletes compete, they don’t have the opportunity to explore the area they travel because they have to focus on training. Through [...]

FridayPiday: David Rosen (Pennsylvania State, 2000)

What could be better than a good old-fashioned barbeque? Throw some burgers, hotdogs or chicken on the grill and leisurely enjoy the smokey taste in the great outdoors. Brother David Rosen (Pennsylvania State, 2000) is helping to take barbequing to the next level with Operation BBQ Relief (OBR). So far, OBR has fed hot meals to more than 8 million people in 30 states who have lost everything due to a natural disaster. They also serve the first responders that answer the call to assist survivors during a natural disaster, as well as veterans having a tough time reintegrating back [...]

AEPi VOICES

Voices: Hate Has No Place Here

The Chabad House at the University of Delaware was recently damaged through an act of arson. Alex Beigelman (Delaware, 2022) and Louie Gelb (Delaware, 2021) are AEPi Brothers who recount their experience the night that it happened, how it affected the campus and the Jewish community, and how the Rho Deuteron chapter is doing its part to help rebuild. You can track their progress on GoFundMe. All funds raised will go directly to Delaware’s Chabad on Campus.  You hear it all the time from AEPi Brothers: our fraternity is the Jewish home away from home. For many, it’s the campus connection to Judaism that they [...]

Voices: John Lewis Remembered—the AEPi Connection

Alpha Epsilon Pi is proud to share this amazing story written by Brother Dale Schwartz (Georgia, 1965). Brother Schwartz began college at Vanderbilt University where he joined AEPi’s Tau Chapter in the fall of 1960. He transferred to the University of Georgia in 1962 and became active in the Omicron chapter of AEPi. He is a 1968 graduate of the University of Georgia School of Law. Brother Schwartz is the author of various articles on immigration law and has served as the National President of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (1986-87). He serves on a number of national boards of [...]

Voices: Supporting Your LGBTQIA+ Brothers After Pride Month

Brother Graham Wall (Oklahoma, 2020) is a Brother of Alpha Epsilon Pi who identifies as a member of the LGBTQIA+ community. He’s also a former member of the AEPi International Undergraduate Cabinet. This op-ed is his opinion, and by no means should be taken as professional or medical advice. He offers tips for Brothers to support their LGBTQIA+ Brothers after Pride Month, which is observed in the month of June, is over. Alpha Epsilon Pi International has a partnership with the non-profit agency, The Jed Foundation, to provide our undergraduate Brothers with resources and support they might need. To get [...]

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