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How Did Zeta Beta Tau Make You the Man You Are Today?

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

Let us know how Zeta Beta Tau helped make you the man you are today. Click here to share your stories.

Recently, we were made aware of allegations against members of two ZBT chapters that involved disrespect against wounded veterans and their families at the Warrior Beach Retreat in Panama City Beach, Fla. The International Fraternity is investigating the matter and will issue sanctions against those involved. Of course, this type of behavior runs counter to our ideals. Xi Chapter has a rich history of brothers in military service, from World War II and Korea, to Gulf War I and Afghanistan. There are brothers in active military service today. We honor their service and sacrifices. Any concerns about this situation should be referred to the ZBT International.

College days … here and gone. Kids … babies one day, teenagers asking to borrow the car the next day. Before you know it, your honeymoon has turned into your 20th (or 30th or 40th) wedding anniversary. Funny how the time flies. But at certain points, we stop the clock. We do something to make sure we remember the people, times and places that made our lives special. As we close in on the final four months of our 2014-15 annual fund giving year, we are asking you to do just that. So, CARPE DIEM! Stop for a moment and make a gift that commemorates your ZBT/Phi Ep days at Georgia Tech. Click below to make your gift today.

Ernie Scheller and Lew Levenson graduated from Georgia Tech in 1951. Marv Gechman entered Tech in 1950. They were all active members of the Xi Chapter of Phi Epsilon Pi and, even though Marv was a co-op student, they got to know each other in the short time of their overlap. After graduation, they did not keep in touch. Jump ahead 63 years to the summer of 2014 when Marv submitted an "Alumni Update" article for the June 2014 issue of Xi Lights. Through that article, Lew became aware that he and Marv live about 70 miles apart in central Arizona. He contacted Marv, and they arranged to meet. These reunions help to prove that fraternal bonds are for a lifetime. Click below to read more.

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