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Fraternity Adopts Transgender-Inclusive Policy

During the 29th Convention of the Lambda Phi Epsilon International Fraternity, the House of Delegates, the Fraternity’s legislative body, ratified an amendment to the Constitution to define gender identity explicitly, and to allow all those who identify as male to be eligible for membership in...

Convention 2018: Reframe & Reclaim

“Convention is a time to celebrate the successes of the past year, and we have a great deal to celebrate this year. We’ve added three new chapters and returned to two campuses where we were previously dormant, we chartered our first graduate chapter in Florida,...

Tripartite Expansion

Lambda Phi Epsilon opens three new chapters this spring, marking a ten-percent growth in the roll of recognized chapters since Spring 2017. “This most recent growth is just the latest in a string of successful chartering projects across America in recent years. Add to this our...

Fraternity Welcomes First Graduate Chapter

The International Board of Lambda Phi Epsilon is pleased to announce the establishment of its first graduate chapter. “Chartering graduate chapters allow us to engage the entirety of our membership and continue to offer them the gifts of brotherhood. Additionally, we grow the fraternity’s reach and...

Founders Week 2018

Lambda Phi Epsilon History at a Glance Lambda Phi Epsilon was founded on February 25, 1981 at the University of California at Los Angeles. The 19 founding fathers sought to transcend the limitations traditionally faced by Asian American organizations on campus. LFE will celebrate its 37th...

Orientation 2018

Las Vegas, Nevada—Lambda Phi Epsilon chapter presidents convened during Martin Luther King Jr. Weekend to get equipped with the necessary skills to lead their chapters effectively. https://twitter.com/JimGaffneyGreek/status/951895991065694209 International President William Tan kicked off the two-day training with a “State of the Fraternity” address to undergraduate members, sharing...

Sacramento State, Washington State Reestablished

The International Board of Lambda Phi Epsilon is elated to announce the successful reestablishment of two chapters in the West Coast region this fall. “We’re pleased to be able to bring Lambda Phi Epsilon back to these two campuses,” said International President William Tan, “and we...

AFAAM 2017

Lambda Phi Epsilon International Fraternity sent a delegation of seven staff members to the Association of Fraternity and Sorority Advisors’ Annual Meeting (AFAAM) in Atlanta, Georgia. Read what they had to say about their experience! First Time Attendee Reflections [vc_row][vc_column width='3/4'] [icons size='fa-lg' custom_size='' icon='fa-quote-left' type='normal' position='' border='yes'...

Presidential Appointment

Dr. Ajay Nair to Become President of Arcadia University The International Board of The Lambda Phi Epsilon International Fraternity, Inc. takes great pleasure in offering congratulations to Brother Ajay Nair, PhD, on his recent appointment as the 22nd President of Arcadia University in Glenside, Pennsylvania. “Dr. Nair...

Insight into Diversity

Dr. Ajay Nair and Victoria L. Chan-Frazier explicate the assets and challenges of Greek life in higher education in the newest edition of INSIGHT Into Diversity. "While many Greek chapters nationwide embrace social change, some unfortunately still see it as an existential threat to their organizations....

Statement Condemning Violence in Charlottesville, VA

The Board of Directors, staff, and membership of Lambda Phi Epsilon International Fraternity, Inc. condemn the acts of violence, bigotry, and racism that took place yesterday in Charlottesville, Virginia. Racism, bigotry, and violence have no place in our discourse, on our college campuses, or in our...

Summit 2017

By Brian Van Convening at the Capital This past weekend, members of the Lambda Phi Epsilon International Board gathered in the history-rich city of Washington, D.C. to work towards advancing the state of the fraternity. This annual Leadership Summit consisted of both returning board members and an...

Leading Boldly, Not Blindly

By Justin Lo As Leaders Among Men, we must accept the idea that being a leader is not always easy. When you are elevated to serve in a leadership capacity, it’s like you are thrown into an ocean, expected to know how to swim. In reality,...

Convention 2017

By Cole Hermida In Eternal Brotherhood Convention marks a moment of celebration for everything accomplished the past year and everything that has yet to come. Convention ushers in new brothers who have joined over the past two semesters and welcomes in new chapters that have recently found...

Lambda, Legacy, Liberation

By Dr. Ajay Nair The following is a transcribed excerpt from Dr. Ajay Nair's keynote address at Lambda Phi Epsilon Convention 2017. Who are you created to be, and who has the world told you to be? I have a 15-year-old son, and he is already taller...

Retiring Colonies

San Diego, CA—Chapter Presidents convened in Orientation 2017 to discuss and vote on proposed amendments to the International Fraternity Constitution. By a unanimous vote of the House of Delegates, the International Fraternity has approved a resolution to retire the use of the term “colony” when...

Lambdas Come to Connecticut

Storrs, CT—The International Board of Lambda Phi Epsilon is pleased to announce the successful chartering of its 63rd chapter at the University of Connecticut. “The Chapter and University were both a pleasure to work with over the span of the chartering process. UConn is truly...

Be The Match for Andrew Parial

Chicago, IL—Lambda Phi Epsilon at DePaul University hosted a registration drive in February for Be the Match in hopes of finding a match for Andrew Parial a Filipino American leukemia patient. Parial, an attorney, is located in Chicago with his wife and two children. He...

A Hunger for More

By: Cole Hermida When Fred Chen first stepped out of college, there was an uncertainty of where he wanted to go next. Sure, he used the lessons he learned as an undergraduate to find a job that would pay the bills and put food on the...

NGLA 2017

By: Kevin Chou (Sophomore at Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania) As a board member of Penn’s Intercultural Greek Council (IGC), I attended the Northeast Greek Leadership Association (NGLA) Conference to represent my University’s Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life. Fellow IGC President Angie Wang, a member...