The latest and largest class in our chapter's history, the Chi Class ('12) includes some of the most engaged members of the greater Stanford community, including writers, activists, musicians, dancers, comedians, and members of the Jewish Students Assocation board. Whether they spend their free time studying, socializing, serving as policy advisers in Mongolia, or rescuing Yiddish books, brothers always strive to conduct themselves in keeping with the values AEPi espouses. Brothers have even been involved in organizing new student organizations on campus, including the Stanford Flipside, the Stanford Klezmer Band, and the Objectivists of Stanford. Academically, the Chi Class represents a wide range of interests--techies and fuzzies and everything in between. The new class of AEPi looks forward to working with other brothers to make our community a better place.

Also, check out the Phi ('11), Upsilon ('10), and the Tau ('09) classes!