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How Did Alpha Epsilon Pi Make You the Man You Are Today?

We all gained invaluable lifelong benefits from Alpha Epsilon Pi. Did you learn about leadership at Alpha Epsilon Pi? Do the fraternity's core values play a role in your life today? Did you make a romantic or career connection thanks to Alpha Epsilon Pi?

Let us know how Alpha Epsilon Pi helped make you the man you are today. Click here to share your stories.

The Nittany Lion Shrine is celebrating its 75th birthday. It's probably safe to bet you've got some great photos with the beloved mascot and if so, we want to see them! Send your submissions and captions to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. today to be featured in a future AEPi publication!

The Shrine was officially dedicated as part of Penn State’s Homecoming festivities on October 24, 1942. The shrine was the class gift from the Class of 1940. Sculptor Heinz Warneke built the now-iconic shrine from a 13-ton block of Indiana Limestone. To this day, it is the most photographed landmark on campus. Over the years, the Nittany Lion Shrine has been vandalized by rival fans on numerous occasions, including three incidents when it lost its right ear. The first of these incidents came when vandals broke the ear off, but Warneke quickly repaired it and had a new ear ready in 1979.

"Just an FYI that I was invited back to school last week from the College of Communications to give the annual Bronstein lecture on ethics in public relations. The focus was on the FTC/FCC's new rules affecting influencer marketing. For more details you can check out the video that was recorder on FB Live and is on the school's Website. Since graduating Penn State in 1993, I've spent the past 20+ years in public relations. Currently I oversee the NY office of SHIFT Communications, a fulls service public relations and marketing communications firm with offices in NY, SF, Boston and Austin. Would love to re-connect with other PSU/AEPi alums"

-Alan Marcus '93

“I was  Phi Sigma Delta, but I lived in the Metzger Building with Steve Meisel ’56, who was an AEPi. He was a lot of fun and between both houses, we were able to create the “original,” Saturday Night Live. I will never tell what we did. As a veteran, it was tough to mingle with much younger Brothers in both houses. We had our own parties at our apartment with good crowds. I choose to financially support AEPi because it is an important part of college life, especially at PSU. At age 86, life is good except for illness. I have six great grandchildren who are all doing well – only one graduated at PSU – Sam Kirshner.

Lost Lists

We're missing contact information of alumni brothers, and need your help to find them. Click below to download a copy of our current lost mailing list or email list. Send our alumni partner, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., your updates.

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Our Purpose

"our basic purpose is to provide the opportunity for a Jewish man to be able to join a Jewish organization whose purpose is not specifically religious, but rather social and cultural in nature. Alpha Epsilon Pi is a Jewish fraternity, though non-discriminatory and open to all who are willing to espouse its purpose and values."