Alpha Epsilon Pi

Mu Tau Chapter

Alpha Epsilon Pi

Mu Tau Chapter

We are MIT’s Jewish Fraternity.

We Are Accomplished

Our brownstone is home to a close group of accomplished Jewish men. Our brothers are talented athletes, musicians, engineers and leaders of various campus political, technical, artistic and religious groups.

We Are Social and Studious

We have an active social calendar including parties, sorority mixers, and weekly study breaks with delicious home-baked treats, but we still have had enough time to consistently rank first among fraternity GPAs.

We Are a Brotherhood

It’s the late-night discussions, foosball tournaments, jam sessions, and the individual characters that make this fraternity great and something to be proud of. Come take a look: you’ll like what you see.

Summer Housing

Live at AEPi over the summer!

Our house is located nearby Kenmore square and the Green Line subway stop. You would have access to a fully equipped commercial kitchen and large common spaces with DirectTV, couches, tables and gaming systems. Rooms with river view available, less than one minute walk to the Esplanade park.

Dates:

Move in date: June 8th
Move out date: August 17th

Room Prices:

Singles:   $2300
Doubles: $1800
Triples:   $1500
Quads:    $1300
(Note: price does not include security deposit)

Contact us for more Information:

Fill out this Form for a Housing Request

If you have any questions or concerns, contact aepi-summerhousing@mit.edu. We will get back to you shortly.

 

Our House

155 Bay State Road

Our House

155 Bay State Road

About Our House – 155 Bay State Road

We live in a beautiful four-story brownstone house in Boston’s historic Back Bay. Accomodations include many big-screen TVs, ping-pong and foosball tables, a piano, a large kitchen, and much more. We have a kosher chef who prepares meals most days of the week.

Brothers remain extraordinarily active inside and outside the house. When not running fraternity affairs, brothers in recent years have held such positions as IFC vice president; Hillel president, vice president, secretary, and treasurer; and even UA president. Our intramural sports teams have enjoyed great success lately in billiards and bowling, with other active teams in hockey, softball, frisbee, water polo, badminton, unihoc, and more; while the varsity crew, volleyball, sailing, skiing, and swim teams have all benefitted from our athletic prowess. We also show great diversity academically, with brothers studying in more than a dozen different departments and excelling in each.

But we also know how to have a good time. We have frequent social events such as our weekly Cider Night, home of our legendary banana bread; large events such as 007 parties, pirate parties, and highlighter parties; private date events such as Halloween parties and semiannual formals; mixers with local sororities; brothers-only retreats; and spontaneous trips and study breaks whenever we need a break from the rigors of MIT. We even have a hot tub!

Alpha Epsilon Pi is the only remaining national Jewish fraternity. The brothers of the Mu Tau (MIT) chapter are all proud of our heritage and practice to varying degrees, but we are a secular chapter. We have many close ties with Hillel and host occasional events for the MIT community like a Passover seder and the breaking of the fast after Yom Kippur. AEPi, in both the MIT chapter and the international fraternity, does not discriminate by religion or in any other way.

Saferide Shuttle Schedule

Boston East – 84 Mass Ave -> 155 Baystate

Boston Daytime – Commonwealth/Silber -> Campus

Brothers

Current Brothers and Recent Alumni

Brothers

Current Brothers and Recent Alumni

Executive Board

Master Ben Niewood (aepi-master AT mit.edu)
Lt. Master Ariel Schvartzman (aepi-lt AT mit.edu)
Scribe Evan Crane (aepi-scribe AT mit.edu)
Exchequer Noam Buckman (aepi-exchequer AT mit.edu)
Sentinel Alex Grinman (aepi-sentinel AT mit.edu)
Member at Large Micha Ben-Naim (aepi-mal AT mit.edu)
Pledgemaster Jesse Kirkpatrick (aepi-pledgemaster AT mit.edu)
Judicial Board Chair Ziv Scully (aepi-jboardchair AT mit.edu)

Current Brothers

Course 18 Course 6 Course 18C Course 8
Course 2 Course 9 Course 8; AEPi RA Courses 8 and 18 Course 8

Rush

Fall 2013 Schedule

Rush

Fall 2013 Schedule

Saturday 8/31
12:30 PM – Barbecue with Miracle Fruit
2:00 PM – Ultimate Frisbee on the Esplanade
3:30 PM – Learn MMA with a Professional UFC Fighter
6:00 PM – Feast like a Beast
7:30 PM – Indoor Laser Tag at the AEPi Arena

Sunday 9/1
9:00 AM – Hot Breakfast Banquet
10:00 AM – Adrenaline Junky Combo: Indoor Skydiving & Trampoline Dodgeball
6:00 PM – Gourmet Steak Dinner with Our Chef
8:00 PM – Casino Night (Win an iPad!)

Monday 9/2
9:00 AM – Bagels, Cream Cheese, and Lox Breakfast
10:00 AM – Outdoor Paintball
2:00 PM – Zorbing (Roll Down a Hill in a Giant Inflatable Ball!)
6:30 PM – Sumo and Sushi

Tuesday 9/3
6:00 PM – PF Chang’s Chinese Dinner
8:00 PM – Liquid Nitrogen Fondue and Hot Fudge Sundaes
8:30 PM – Extreme Spud Guns: Potato Cannon Shoot– Off

Wednesday 9/4
7:00 PM – Max Brenner’s Chocolate for Dinner
9:00 PM – Halo / Super Smash Brothers Tournament

Thursday 9/5
6:00 PM – Burger Time at Boston Burger Co
8:00 PM – Cider and Banana Bread Study Break

Friday 9/6
6:30 PM – Banquet Dinner

Saturday 9/7
12:00 PM – BBQ at the House

Philanthropy

We Give Back to the Community

Philanthropy

We Give Back to the Community

Welcome to MIT AEPi’s campaign to support Save a Child’s Heart!

 Our Goal

Our goal is to raise $5,000 for Save a Child’s Heart (www.saveachildsheart.org), a humanitarian project that pays for sick children from developing countries to receive life-saving heart surgeries in Israel. The project also provides training programs for medical personnel in developing countries. All doctors and personnel work as volunteers.

If we achieve our goal of raising $5,000, our local alumni will donate an additional $5,000 to Save a Child’s Heart, doubling the impact of your tax-deductible donation. $10,000 is enough to cover all the expenses associated with a child’s heart surgery.

PIE

We at MIT AEPi are very committed to reaching our goal. For months, we’ve been planning an awesome fundraising event. On May 9th our efforts will culminate in PIE, an event in which student leaders (ourselves included!) will get pied in the face to raise money for and awareness of Save a Child’s Heart.

PIE will take place in front of the Student Center on May 9. Look out for us in the Student Center and Lobby 10 in the weeks leading up to our fundraiser!

To Make a Donation

Please visit our donation page at tinyurl.com/PIEDonation.

Any donation is hugely appreciated and will get us closer to saving a child’s life.

Contact Us

If you have any questions about our campaign or Save a Child’s Heart, we would love to hear from you! Feel free to contact us at aepi-philanthropy@mit.edu.

Thank you for helping save a child’s heart!

Recent Donations

4/11 – $100
4/11 – Howard and Pamela Eagle, $50
4/11 – Stuart Sherman, $36
4/11 – $36
4/11 – $200
4/10 – Betsy Superfon, $500
4/9 – $18
4/8 – Cathy Haubenstock, $150
4/8 – Jill and Michael Rose, $100
4/8 – $100
4/8 – $200
4/8 – $100
4/7 – $50
4/7 – Leslie and Alan Crane, $50
4/7 – Noam Buckman (in honor of Yair Mendelson’s first birthday and first March Madness Tournament), $12
4/6 – $100
4/6 – Patti Lieberman, $18
4/5 – $36
3/31 – $18
3/31 – $100
3/31 – $36
3/27 – Melody and David Wilensky, $36
3/27 – $50
3/26 – Benjamin Samuels, $18
3/26 – Joanne and Eli Niewood, $100
3/26 – Daniel Jackson, $36
3/26 – $100
3/25 – Marsha Dauer, $50
3/25 – Robert and Myrna Kirkpatrick, $200

Our House

Alpha Epsilon Pi
155 Bay State Road
Boston, MA 02215

Our Master

Ben Niewood
aepi-master@mit.edu