We would like to congratulate our brothers at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln on revealing their Beta Class and to thank our brothers for their gracious hospitality over the weekend. Welcome to the eternal brotherhood Betas! We look forward to working with you more in the future.
Congratulations to the Audaciously Original Charters (@iupui_syz) on their installation into Sigma Psi Zeta as the Alpha Omicron Charter! Our brother, Ray "Recon" Luc had a splendid time meeting everybody and appreciated your hospitality. We are enthusiastic to not only watch you influence and impact your local community and University, but to watch your Charter grow in the following years!
Some of our brothers had the opportunity to attend the annual Jayhawk Choice Awards to simultaneously represent our organization and the Multicultural Greek Council. We were ecstatic when our council, along with the National Pan-Hellenic Council, were awarded the "Outstanding New Student/Program Series" award for our collobarative program: "Pi(e) 4 Your Rights!" We enjoyed our collective efforts on this program and look forward to future collaborations!
Happy Birthday to our Tau Class brother, Tracy "M.J." Tran! Ever since you've crossed into this brotherhood, you've continuously exhibited the qualities and characteristics of a Jayhawk Lambda. Your passion for this brotherhood is inspiring and has positively impacted the lives of countless brothers. Although you'll be graduating this semester and leaving us soon, we hope your Lambda Phire never dies out and wish you the best with your aspirations in LiFE!
Congratulations to the Alpha Mu Charter of Sigma Psi Zeta (@kusigmapsizeta) with their new class: The Gucci Gammas! Welcome to the Greek community and we can’t wait to watch you all leave your legacy on our campus.
Recently, some of our brothers had the opportunity to attend the annual Vietnamese Interacting as One (VIA-1) Conference at the University of Cincinnati. This conference brings together hundreds of individuals from VSA communities not only from the Midwest region, but also from other areas of the country. Consequently, we were able to link up with brothers from other chapters and reunite with SOULL!
We would like to thank the USVA-Midwest not for only hosting a phenomenal event, but for all the great experiences, lessons and connections we developed during our visit. As leaders in our local communities, we look forward to applying our newfound wisdom and skills and leaving a positive impact.
We would like to wish a Happy Birthday to one of our Charters, Jeremy "Irrelevant" Kuo! With the other Charters, you forged the foundations for an unbreakable brotherhood. Despite your active life ending years ago, you are the furthest thing from Irrelevant to us. You are the embodiment of a Jayhawk Lambda and we are proud to have you as a Charter!
We would like to wish a Happy Birthday to our Upsilon Class brother Luan “L.I.T.” Duong! Upon joining this brotherhood, you’ve contributed to our chapter immensely with your heart-felt passion and burning Lambda fire. Although you might be a little quirky at times, we definitely enjoy your company and can’t imagine life without ya. Enjoy your day and get LIT tonight!
Congratulations to our new brothers, the Ronin Charter Class at Rochester Institute of Technology, on joining our eternal brotherhood as the 64th Chapter of Lambda Phi Epsilon! We look forward to your future endeavors and we hope to see you at Convention!
We are thrilled to charter the newest chapter of Lambda Phi Epsilon at Rochester Institute of Technology!
RIT Ronin Charter Class
#1. Mr. Isaac “Grimm” Hammer
#...2. Mr. Zadrian “Obsidian” Huang
#3. Mr. Christopher “Literati” Savan
#4. Mr. Mark “Capoeira” Hightower
#5. Mr. Saad “Paragon” Khan
#6. Mr. Benny “Monolith” Tan
#7. Mr. Jacky “Sternritter” Ren
#8. Mr. Pheng “Cantilever” Lee
#9. Mr. Vincent “Qilin” Yu
#10. Mr. Jazib “Djinn” Rao
#11. Mr. Jiang “Glyph” Hao
#12. Mr. Brandon “Connoisseur” Wu
#13. Mr. Daniil “Brinicle” Vasin
#14. Mr. Victor “Talaria” Moy
#15. Mr. Eric “Rorschach” Ren
#16. Mr. Kazi “Occam” Rahman
New Member Educators: Dr. Gregory Mak (PD), Mr. Bryan Dosono (APD), Mr. Adrian Leung (APD)
Host Chapter: Syracuse Lambda Phi Epsilon
Crossing Date: April 7, 2018, 5:55 pm.
We would like to congratulate the Xi Chapter of Sigma Psi Zeta (@unlsyz) on their new Tau class! They had a stellar probate and we look forward to their contributions to the Greek community.
We, the Alpha Psi Chapter of Lambda Phi Epsilon, were granted the honor and privilege of hosting this year's annual Spring Brotherhood Rally. Through this rally, brothers from across the nation were given the opportunity to reunite and connect with fellow brothers and alumni.
This rally also happened to coincide with our chapter's upcoming 15-year anniversary of being chartered on the University of Kansas. With the help of our alumni, we were able to host a monumental event to showcase what our chapter has to offer. We had a great time and look forward to seeing everybody again!
Within Lambda Phi Epsilon, our mission is to lead men on a lifelong discovery of authenticity and personal growth. Many people believe that the values and lessons we instill within our members cease upon graduation. This, however, isn't the case with our fraternity.
An alumni from Fall ’08, Jaehun "S.O.A.P." Kim, is a prime example. During his collegiate career, he was heavily encouraged by his parents to become a doctor by pursuing a degree in the health sciences. Unfortuna...tely, Jaehun realized that this field wasn’t his true calling. After a period of self-reflection, Jaehun finally gained the courage and motivation to strive for his dreams and follow his true passion of becoming a music producer. Thus, beginning a new and exciting chapter in his life; Welcome to the era of “Seoul Real.”
To learn more about Jaehun's inspirational story, read this outstanding article written by KU Odyssey’s very own, Angel Tran!
Although our chapter is located within the Midwest region for Lambda Phi Epsilon, this doesn't exclude us from interacting with brothers from other regions. This past weekend, a few brothers traveled to our Southwest region for their annual Governers' Cup.
Our brothers teamed up with the brothers of Baylor University and participated in a variety of contests against the other chapters in this region. Although we failed to help Baylor bring home the trophy, we definitely enjoyed our time and look forward to the next Governor's Cup!