Chapter Spotlight

The Northeast and Mid-Atlantic Chapters of Lambda Phi Epsilon assembled in Binghamton, New York for the Northeast Brotherhood Rally (NEBR)—formally known as the East Coast Brotherhood Rally. The weekend retreat of programming was hosted by Alpha Alpha Chapter at the State University of New York...

Every year, Lambda Phi Epsilon members across the world proudly celebrate the founding date of the fraternity, February 25. Lambda Phi Epsilon was founded 38 years ago at the University of California at Los Angeles by 19 men seeking to transcend the limitations traditionally faced...

Lambda Phi Epsilon annually partners with the Be The Match Foundation to register new donors committed to saving the lives of patients diagnosed with life-threatening blood cancer. Each chapter of Lambda Phi Epsilon coordinates a bone marrow registration drive on their local campus to diversify...

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...

"They See Me Rollin’" By Cole Hermida When summertime hits New York City, certain routines persist. The tall skyscrapers will reflect the hot sun, causing sweat to gather at the forehead. The streets will be crowded with a mixture of disgruntled CEOs, eccentric street performers, and confused...

Last month, Lambda Phi Epsilon members at the University of Houston (Pi Chapter) organized a philanthropy event that raised much more money than they initially anticipated. Aptly named "Jugs for Hugs," active members deposited loose and spare change into water jugs between February 1st to...

Memorializing a fallen brother In 1996, Evan Chen, a brother of Theta Chapter at Stanford University passed away to leukemia. In Evan’s memory, Lambda Phi Epsilon established its fraternal philanthropy with the goal matching bone marrow donors for those in need and spreading awareness on the...

By Andy Yang Reviving a chapter is no simple task. It takes a brotherhood forged of unity over a shared belief in values to rise from adversity and inspire a new era. Many chapters face this challenge during their lifetime, and those who succeed leverage the...

By Justin Lau On August 16th, the fraternity's Mid-Atlantic and Northeast regions hosted a summer field day event at Queens Corona Park, NY. The summer activities, collectively known as "Lambda Olympics," aimed to unite active and alumni members over athletic and social interaction. The day consisted...

Brothers of Lambda Phi Epsilon at Baruch College storm the stage after winning the first place trophy at Triple S, an annual campus-wide showcase of step, stroll, and salute. Lambda Upsilon Lambda Fraternity and Lambda Pi Upsilon Sorority organized the campus-wide event to raise proceeds...

Lambda Phi Epsilon at the University of Oklahoma presented a dynamic performance for their university’s annual homecoming rally. Partnering up with local chapters of Kappa Kappa Gamma, Lambda Chi Alpha, and Phi Kappa Psi, the all-star team won the dance competition’s first place victory and...

The brothers of Tau Chapter at the Pennsylvania State University actively contribute to a school-wide fight against pediatric cancer. The Penn State IFC/Panhellenic Dance Marathon, commonly abbreviated as “THON,” encapsulates an annual three-day dance marathon. This year, THON raised over $13,343,517.33! Beginning in 1973, dancers from student organizations...

Lambda Phi Epsilon at the University of Virginia was personally selected by UVa's head football coach, Mike London, to be the recipient of a financial donation of $500 as recognition for their demonstrated commitment towards the Be the Match Foundation. Lambda Phi Epsilon was one...

Congratulations to our brothers of Alpha Zeta Chapter at the University of Washington for taking home not only the Chapter of the Year award at Convention, but also the National Philanthropy Award. These gentlemen are also recognized locally for their outstanding work to their community...