31 Dec, 2020

Staring at the Face of Hatred

Black Lives Matter
31 Dec, 2020

Brother Aaron Carpenter (Appalachian State, 2021) is a Brother of Alpha Epsilon Pi with dual identities as a Black man and an Ashkenazi Jew. He’s also a former member of the AEPi International Undergraduate Cabinet, and a founding member of his chapter. This op-ed is his opinion, and by...

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31 Dec, 2020

Continuing the Schwerner Legacy

31 Dec, 2020

It only takes a little more than a couple of hours to get from Philadelphia, Mississippi to Indianola. But, that drive, just a short 125 miles, tells a tale of the history of social justice in our country and, along with it, the story of the role of Alpha...

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10 Sep, 2020

Jason Oshins Installed as 75th Supreme Master

10 Sep, 2020

“When I think about my fraternal path, I always come back to a Shakespearean quote,” said Brother Jason Oshins (Union, 1987) who was installed last month as Alpha Epsilon Pi’s 75th Supreme Master. “Our doubts are traitors, and make us lose the good we oft might win, by fearing...

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10 Sep, 2020

AEPi Goes Virtual

10 Sep, 2020

Work from home. Hybrid learning. Zoom. These are all terms that we have become all too familiar with over the last six months since COVID-19 became a global pandemic and upended how we function in our day-to-day activities. It hasn’t been easy and many of us have had to...

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30 Mar, 2020

The Future of the University Fraternity Relationship

30 Mar, 2020

by Jim Fleischer, Chief Executive Officer of Alpha Epsilon Pi Fraternity For 195 years, fraternities have provided college men with an opportunity to build Brotherhood, gain leadership experience, provide service and philanthropy to the community and become better men. And, they’ve done this within the context of working within...

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30 Mar, 2020

Securing the Jewish Future

30 Mar, 2020

When Mike Leven (Tufts, 1959) graduated from college, he never imagined that one day he would serve as the President and Chief Operating Officer of the Las Vegas Sands Corporation, become the Chairman and CEO of the Georgia Aquarium, or launch the Jewish Future Pledge with the ambitious goal...

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30 Mar, 2020

The Future of Fraternity Housing

30 Mar, 2020

by Rob Derdiger, Chief Financial Officer, Alpha Epsilon Pi Fraternity Fraternity housing for our chapters can take many different forms. Some chapters are fortunate enough to occupy traditional fraternity houses that are owned or operated by AEPi house corporations while others rent facilities on their own. For most of...

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30 Mar, 2020

The Future of Jewish Student Life on Campus

30 Mar, 2020

by Andrew S. Borans, CEO of the Alpha Epsilon Pi Foundation I began working for AEPi in 1980 so I can tell you with some perspective: it has never been harder to be a Jewish student on a college campus than it is right now. On college campuses throughout...

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13 Jun, 2019

Order of the Lion Winner Al Bloom Enters Chapter Eternal

13 Jun, 2019

No Brother of Alpha Epsilon Pi has ever been a stronger advocate for his chapter than Al Bloom (MIT, 1950) who recently entered chapter eternal. After returning from serving his country in World War II in 1946, he enrolled at M.I.T. Upon graduation in 1950, he worked for AEPi...

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12 Jun, 2019

OPP Spotlight: Gift of Life

12 Jun, 2019

While many gifts are given with unselfish intentions, only one gift can be commended for total altruism. Gift of Life Marrow Registry enables those who are able to give, connect with those who need. You might not have heard of them referred to as “general blood cancers” before, but...

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