Alpha Epsilon Pi | Mu Chapter
At the University of Virginia
My name is Andrew Gaines, and I am entering the third month of my term as Brother Master. As we move into the summer, there is a lot to look back on and be excited about moving forward with the Mu chapter. Another year removed from the struggles of the COVID pandemic, the chapter has successfully initiated a new class of sixteen outstanding young men who have already started contributing to this great fraternity. The new and exisiting brothers of this fraternity continue to embody what it means to be in Alpha Epsilon Pi, contributing their time to community service and philanthopy, raising upwards of $4,000 this past semester. Semester after semester, our fraternity also continues to excel academically, with our GPA ranking the second highest among greek life this past semester. Brothers continue to play an active role in the local Jewish community, and some even hold leadership positions at the Brody Jewish Center here at UVA. The end of this semester also marks the end to the succesful term of the first ever AEPI Mu Sentinel. The future of AEPi Mu is bright, and I could not be more excited to see what it brings.
Brother Master, Alpha Epsilon Pi Mu Chapter