Phi Chapter, UCLA
Alpha, Epsilon, and Phi are more than just letters on a sweatshirt; they represent one of the closest, warm-hearted, kind, independent groups of young women at UCLA.
Alpha Epsilon Phi was founded by seven Jewish women on October 24, 1909 at Barnard College in New York City who were unable to join the existing sororities on their campus because of their religion. Their shared heritage was the foundation for AEPhi and their vision was to form a sorority where Jewish women would always be welcome and comfortable. Today, we welcome exemplary women of all backgrounds who honor, respect and appreciate our Jewish identity, understand the vision of our founders and are comfortable in a culturally Jewish environment. The mission of Alpha Epsilon Phi Sorority is to inspire and support exemplary women dedicated to friendship and a lifelong commitment to Alpha Epsilon Phi while building on the vision of our Jewish founders. We celebrated AEPhi's centennial on October 24, 2009.
Phi Chapter was founded at UCLA on December 27, 1924 and has enjoyed a long history at UCLA. We are excited to announce the reorganization of Phi Chapter this fall! Members are actively involved in the campus and Jewish communities. They foster friendships and a sense of belonging that last a lifetime. This terrific group of women will ensure Alpha Epsilon Phi continues to uphold the foundations of sisterhood, personal growth, service, and high academic standards for the next 100 years!
- Standards of Excellence- Silver Laurel
- Panhellenic’s 2010 Presidents Leadership Award: Allie McMorrow
- 3rd place Greek Week Team
- 1st place at the Panhellenic Bowling Competition in 2009
- Panhellenic’s 2008 New Member of the Year: Robyn Chazen
- AEPhi was founded on October 24, 1909 at Barnard College
- Motto: “Multa Corda Una Causa” ~ Many Hearts One Purpose
- Flower: Lily of the Valley
- Colors: Green and White
- Mascot: Giraffe
- Our Gem: the Pearl
- Notable Phis: Kelli Kirkland Powers, Elizabeth Glaser, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, & Lauren Weisberger
- Nickname: “A E Phi”
- Phi Chapter was founded at UCLA on December 27, 1924
- Mission Statement: To inspire and support exemplary women dedicated to friendship and a lifelong commitment to Alpha Epsilon Phi while building and surpassing the vision of our founders.
- Philanthropy Event: Save Second Base - a friendly whiffleball tournament to benefit The Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric Aids Foundation and Sharsharet.
632 Hilgard Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90024
- Chapter website: http://www.aephibruins.com/
- Inter/National website: http://www.aephi.org/
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