Lambda Phi Epsilon Letters

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The world's largest Asian-interest Fraternity

Leaders Among Men


ABOUT

  • Authenticity

    Demonstration of one’s true self to the world, despite external expectations.

  • Courageous Leadership

    Integrity through action towards a more humane world, especially in times of adversity.

  • Cultural Heritage

    Ideas and experiences of a people, transcending the world through generations.

  • Love

    Care and respect for oneself, the brotherhood, and the world.

  • Wisdom

    Pursuit of understanding and its positive application towards one’s life and the world.

Lambda Phi Epsilon was founded on February 25, 1981, by principal founder Master Craig Ishigo and a group of eighteen other dedicated men on the campus of the University of California of Los Angeles. Noting that Asian fraternities and sororities at the UC campuses were recognized only as service organizations due to their memberships focus on specific Asian groups and to the exclusion of other ethnic groups, the goal of the founders was to transcend this limitation. The founders hoped to set new and higher standards of excellence for all Asian-interest organizations to follow, while feeling a need to offer a fraternity that would be recognized by the IFC and the Greek system.

While the original charter focused on Asian Pacific Americans, people from all ethnic backgrounds were welcome to join and support the brotherhood of Lambda Phi Epsilon. Their vision was that the members would eventually become the leaders of their respective communities and bridge the gaps that divided the Asian American community through an affiliation with a common organization. Master Craig Ishigo and Darryl L. Mu signed the charter as president and vice president, respectively. Unknowingly, their efforts had set the stage for the emergence of the largest organization of its kind. To this very day, Lambda Phi Epsilon exists as the only international Asian American interest fraternity to be recognized by both the North-American Interfraternity Conference and the National Asian Pacific Islander Desi American Panhellenic Association.

In early fall of 2014, a group of ambitious, bold, and entrepreneurial men from varied backgrounds assembled to form an interest group for the world’s largest Asian interest fraternity at Syracuse University. They went about choosing to name their interest group “Prestige” to illustrate the type of reputation they want their values and outcomes to reflect. Although most of them started out as complete strangers, they quickly forged a bond of brotherhood that strengthened over time as their lofty ideas transformed into tangible feats. Through hosting meaningful service events, facilitating cultural exchanges, and engaging in activist dialogue over the past four months, the interest group enriched the lives of their fellow students and community members. On the morning of March 28, 2015, seven crusading charters established the Charter Class of Syracuse University Lambda Phi Epsilon. A probate show was held on campus on April 4, 2015 to formally introduce the new charters to their multicultural Greek system.

Lambda Phi Epsilon is an organization that will challenge every aspect of your college life. The road to becoming a brother of Lambda Phi Epsilon is not easy as it requires drive and dedication towards achieving the organization’s various goals, but the rewards are well worth it. New members enter into a brotherhood that is rich in tradition and strong in its bonds while learning how to become a leader in their schools, their communities, and the real world. It takes a certain type of man to become a Lambda—someone who wants to become a leader among men.

Perhaps that’s you.

Many brothers have said that the reason they joined Lambda Phi Epsilon was because they could see and feel a sense of brotherhood among the existing members that they could not find elsewhere. However, the brotherhood extends far beyond the reach of a single school. With chapters across the country, brothers have a chance to network with others from all over, bringing with it many new opportunities and friendships. Membership does not end with the undergraduate years. Numerous alumni associations exist all across the country, bringing both newly graduated brothers and those with more experience in the real world to continue their contribution to society.

Lambda Phi Epsilon not only seeks to bring together a diverse group of men who share common interests, concerns, backgrounds, and cultures, but those who show the confidence of a leader. This leadership is pivotal in achieving the goals of the fraternity, which include servicing the community through various philanthropies, increasing Asian awareness, promoting academic scholarship, and strengthening the Asian American voice in the community. Each brother has a vital role in making these goals attainable, and the principles that they learn are passed down to new members in hopes that they will become the next generation of leaders among men.

BROTHERS

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Tyler Zhang

Name: Tyler Zhang
Nickname: Halt
Birthday: January 8, 1996
Ethnicity: Chinese
Hometown: Brooklyn, NY
Major: Finance
Membership: Alumnus (Cornell)
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What I Learned: My new member education process helped me learn that through hard work, my line brothers and I would be able to achieve a greater goal together than by ourselves. We learned to share responsibilities and to work as a group to be efficient. Doing group projects with my classmates was a totally different experience than building brotherhood with my line brothers. Through moments of adversity, I learned how important teamwork was because it made us communicate with one another to form a stronger bond. Overall, this process has made me learn to become a more compassionate and caring person.

Adrian Leung

Name: Adrian Leung
Nickname: Cloak
Birthday: July 3, 1996
Ethnicity: Chinese
Hometown: New York, NY
Major: Computer Science
Membership: Alumnus
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What I Learned: I have grown the most through my new member education process through my ability to speak more freely about what I am thinking. I am not as afraid to be wrong. The majority of the values instilled within my new member education process centralized on how to be a better leader and a more confident man. With the help of my brothers, I was able to find ways where I could develop myself as a leader. Speaking out and sharing opinions with my brothers have allowed me to gain confidence in myself in speaking out to other people.

Hugh Yang

Name: Hugh Yang
Nickname: Forge
Birthday: December 11, 1994
Ethnicity: Chinese
Hometown: New York, NY
Major: Systems Info Science
Membership: Alumnus
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What I Learned: I learned about the power of vulnerability and why it is important to stay humble and know how to progress with life based on who you are. It is extremely important that we accept ourselves and make sure that we use that to our advantage to become better people. The intake process constantly motivates me to become a better person by giving back to my community and becoming the change I want to see. As active members of the fraternity, my line brothers and I will inherit larger responsibilities to make sure that our chapter accomplishes the goals that we wish to achieve.

Kevin Yeung

Name: Kevin Yeung
Nickname: Cannon
Birthday: August 29, 1995
Ethnicity: Chinese
Hometown: Boston, MA
Major: Economics
Membership: Alumnus
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What I Learned: I grew up without the opportunity to experience what it is like to have a blood brother or a sister. The Lambda Phi Epsilon new member education process not only enlightened me of the true meaning of brotherhood, but also developed me intensively as a man. Through my intake process, I met an incredible group of guys to share and build experiences. Although we began as complete strangers, going through this process enabled me to realize that we have become such a tightly knit unit. I’m glad to finally find my group—my brothers—whom I have been longing for my whole life.

Ricky Diep

Name: Ricky Diep
Nickname: Spike
Birthday: July 15, 1996
Ethnicity: Chinese
Hometown: Boston, MA
Major: Systems Info Science
Membership: Alumnus
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What I Learned: My fraternity drives me to be the best individual I can be. It transformed me into a leader ready to lead others by example. Learning about leadership, authenticity, and the bystander effect have been helpful tools guiding me to success. Without my brothers, I would not have as much success as I have today. They’ve been with me through thick and thin, watched me at my lowest point, and raised me to my fullest potential. I have never been able to establish trust so quickly among a group of people, and without them, this experience would have never been the same.

John Huang

Name: John Huang
Nickname: Motor
Birthday: August 3, 1994
Ethnicity: Chinese
Hometown: New York, NY
Major: Mechanical Engineering
Membership: Alumnus
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What I Learned: Lambda Phi Epsilon challenges me to embrace new perspectives and makes me think about my career and future as early as my college year. Starting the new education process as late as my junior year of my undergraduate career and getting myself involved in many extracurricular activities on campus—serving as a resident advisor and leading as president of an engineering organization among a number of other roles—I was still able to learn how to be an effective leader and team player. Increased maturity and improved networking with professionals in my field allows me to fulfill my life’s noble purpose.

Calvin Guo

Name: Calvin Guo
Nickname: Blitzkrieg
Birthday: February 14, 1996
Ethnicity: Chinese
Hometown: Brooklyn, NY
Major: Information Technology
Membership: Alumnus
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What I Learned: Brotherhood is not something concretely defined. It encompasses everything from my actions to my beliefs and my thoughts. True brotherhood is eternal, and it requires the utmost dedication from within me and my brothers. With challenging tasks that involve chartering a new organization, every single brother utilized his individual talents. I wasn’t sure how I’d fit in, but I realized that even something small can contribute to the bigger picture. Where one person lacked skill, another person was able to make up for it. Lambda Phi Epsilon has given me the opportunity to find brothers I will have for life.

Justin Lim

Name: Justin Lim
Nickname: Everest
Birthday: October 1, 1995
Ethnicity: Korean
Hometown: Northvale, NJ
Major: Information Technology
Membership: Alumnus
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What I Learned: It’s an impossible task to try and define brotherhood through a static definition—the reason being that the very idea of what brotherhood means is constantly changing. Since brotherhood is such a multi-faceted phenomenon that grows and takes on new life each and every day, the way I define brotherhood grows and changes as well. Brotherly ties are not solely characterized through relationships bound by blood. My brothers and I are connected to one another as a result of shared experiences; strong kin-like relationships involve sacrifice and vulnerability. Brotherhood is a bond that is forged out of respect and love.

Victor Wong

Name: Victor Wong
Nickname: Tremble
Birthday: May 8, 1996
Ethnicity: Chinese
Hometown: Queens, NY
Major: Information Technology
Membership: Alumnus
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What I Learned: Brotherhood is the sense of belonging, that there are people around you that will support you no matter the situation. Brotherhood enables you to find the individual skills you possess and use it to the fullest potential, and this enables you and the brothers to work at their fullest potential. Doing so gives us the ability to work much more collectively as a group to accomplish common goals. In my new member education process, I valued how brotherhood was interwoven into our self-discovery. Learning about our individuality enables us to become more authentic and share our true identity with others.

Phillip Nguyen

Name: Phillip Nguyen
Nickname: SCAR
Birthday: April 15, 1996
Ethnicity: Vietnamese
Hometown: Syracuse, NY
Major: Information Technology
Membership: Active
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What I Learned: To me, brotherhood is a bond that you have with people who you hold dearly in your heart. They are the people who will always look out for you, who will always have your back, who will make sacrifices for you even if the cost is great. It’s not something that a person can acquire overnight. A foundation needs to be set first and then it takes time and effort to build the brotherhood to its fullest potential. To me, brothers are eternal and will always love you unconditionally no matter what happens. I’m grateful to have a brotherhood where I know that there will always be someone there to chill with and create new experiences.

Hein San

Name: Hein San
Nickname: Stealth
Birthday: April 25, 1997
Ethnicity: Burmese
Hometown: Syracuse, NY
Major: Chemical Engineering
Membership: Active
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What I Learned: Brotherhood means being able to support the people you care about through thick and thin. It means sacrificing for the betterment of a brother in need. It doesn’t matter if there is class the next morning; it doesn’t matter if there are other obligations you have to fulfill because when a brother is really in need you go there and help him even if it is just being there. Being able to form a brotherhood is a privilege because there is a give and take. I trust and I know that my brothers will do the same for me. Brotherhood is a never-ending cycle of trust, and once built, cannot be broken.

Tim Wong

Name: Tim Wong
Nickname: Shockwave
Birthday: March 4, 1996
Ethnicity: Chinese
Hometown: Hong Kong
Major: Systems Info Science
Membership: Active
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What I Learned: Growing up, I’ve always wanted a brother who can play video games, engage in sports, and guide me to push through in tough situations. I think my fundamental definition of brotherhood has been shaped by that. I feel that brotherhood is about supporting one another, lifelong mentorship, and sacrifice. In an ideal brotherhood, no one is isolated and alone. Brothers may not see each other every day or hang out with each other frequently, but they will unconditionally be there for each other in times of need. Brotherhood is also an eternal mentorship—you grow up with other people and you constantly develop over time.

Richard Yang

Name: Richard Yang
Nickname: Tesla
Birthday: August 12, 1997
Ethnicity: Chinese
Hometown: Dublin, CA
Major: Finance
Membership: Active
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What I Learned: Brotherhood to me is the intangible bond that people experience with each other through the memories they have shared. It is where those who have gone through thick and thin will continue lend support. Brothers will act towards your best interest regardless of how far apart you may drift. Every time I come home from holidays, I was actually more excited to see the rest of the bros than any friend group. From that point forward, I knew that these people have grown past acquaintances but have, in my eyes, grown into brothers that are willing to sacrifice and look out for me.

Ivan Huang

Name: Ivan Huang
Nickname: Bravo
Birthday: July 2, 1997
Ethnicity: Chinese
Hometown: Brooklyn, NY
Major: Information Technology
Membership: Active
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What I Learned: Growing up in a community where people around you speak different language is very difficult when it comes to socializing. I didn’t have many friends growing up, so I always looked up to my brother and family. Therefore, brotherhood means a great deal to me because brotherhood is what made me who I am today. Brotherhood is trust, unconditional love, and unyielding support. In my opinion, trust is the most important part brotherhood because if one does not trust his brother, one can never truly be authentic. What unconditional love means in a brotherhood to me is knowing that someone is always there to help and support in any way they can.

Vincent Grimaldi

Name: Vincent Grimaldi
Nickname: D.R.I.F.T.
Birthday: March 2, 1997
Ethnicity: Venezuelan
Hometown: Amherst, MA
Major: Business Economics
Membership: Transfer (Suffolk University)
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What I Learned: Brotherhood is the sense of belonging, that there are people around you that will support you no matter the situation. Brotherhood enables you to find the individual skills you possess and use it to the fullest potential, and this enables you and the brothers to work at their fullest potential. Doing so gives us the ability to work much more collectively as a group to accomplish common goals. In my new member education process, I valued how brotherhood was interwoven into our self-discovery. Learning about our individuality enables us to become more authentic and share our true identity with others.

Tristan Lee

Name: Tristan Lee
Nickname: Mirai
Birthday: August 18, 1996
Ethnicity: Chinese
Hometown: Long Island, NY
Major: Landscape Architecture
Membership: Inactive
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What I Learned: I’ve learned that the lack of confidence holds me back in more ways than one. In order for me to achieve a task, I must first believe that I can do it before anyone else does. I also learned that by pushing myself to the limit, I have the potential to achieve so much more than I ever thought I could, which has helped me grow as a person. The new member education process gave me the clarity to make sound decisions and the confidence to defend them. Embracing challenges is a fundamental part of personal growth, which is key to living an authentic, fulfilling life.

Willy Joseph Paguyo

Name: Willy Joseph Paguyo
Nickname: Sol
Birthday: January 9, 1997
Ethnicity: Filipino
Hometown: Captain Cook, HI
Major: Psychology
Membership: Active
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What I Learned: I’ve come to learn it’s not about what I don’t have—it’s about learning how to utilize my unique skills and abilities to my fullest potential. Obstacles and problems are unavoidable, but having an attitude to continue moving forward and to stay resilient is critical to growth. We should spend our lives as a continuous journey of improving ourselves and knowing who we are as an individual. Throughout the remainder of my life, I will take more risks and stop playing it so safe. And in doing so, I uphold the bonds of brotherhood by living my noble purpose.

Mitchell Liang

Name: Mitchell Liang
Nickname: K.I.T.H.
Birthday: May 29, 1998
Ethnicity: Chinese
Hometown: Queens, NY
Major: Systems Info Science
Membership: Active
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What I Learned: When I had arrived to Syracuse University, I suddenly felt out of place. For the first time, the magnitude of being a minority had hit me, along with the ignorance. With this brotherhood, I had found my place again. Again I found myself on the same page with others, but now with such deeper significance and on a much larger spectrum. Few places are you able to find a group that is willing to sacrifice for the progress of others. To achieve personal growth, it is impossible single handedly. In this brotherhood, hands reach out in all directions. They extend from places you would have never imagined, but they all intend the same.

Nagwang Gyamtso

Name: Nagwang Gyamtso
Nickname: X-Over
Birthday: December 3, 1994
Ethnicity: Tibetian
Hometown: Brooklyn, NY
Major: Information Technology
Membership: Active
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What I Learned: When you constantly push yourself, there is no longer a sense of what a limit is. I learned to not set limits to myself because whatever is on my mind, I can achieve it and even go further. Having this mentality makes everything much easier to achieve because I don’t constrain myself to anything. What one can achieve is infinite if they don’t set a limit to themselves.

Vincent Tu

Name: Vincent Tu
Nickname: Collision
Birthday: November 12, 1997
Ethnicity: Chinese
Hometown: West Hartford, CT
Major: Information Technology
Membership: Active
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What I Learned: Brotherhood, to me, is not something defined in a dictionary. Brotherhood is as simple as picking your brother up across town at 4 a.m. because you know he would do the same for you. Brotherhood is many things. Brotherhood is the bond between men, that through ups and downs, is everlasting. Brotherhood is when a fellow brother is in need of something he can always count on you. One thing that I have learned from pledgeship is brotherhood. I have learned to sacrifice for others and always have a family that I can always count on.

Tyler Yong

Name: Tyler Yong
Nickname: The K.I.D.
Birthday: August 7, 1998
Ethnicity: Chinese
Hometown: Brookyln, NY
Major: Interior Design
Membership: Transfer (CUNY Baruch)
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What I Learned: What is brotherhood? Brotherhood is about sacrifice—giving all that you have to the brother next to you knowing that they would do the same. It is about helping each other up at their lowest points. And it entails being next to these brothers when they reach success. No matter where I am in life, I know that I will forever have brothers there for me helping me any way they can in order for me to reach my fullest potential. Joining this family was one of the best decisions I have made and I know that this brotherhood is for life. Nothing can break the bond we have for each other and nothing can stop us from reaching our fullest potential.

Thomas Shen

Name: Thomas Shen
Nickname: $hift
Birthday: November 11, 1996
Ethnicity: Chinese
Hometown: Shanghai, China
Major: Information Technology
Membership: Active
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What I Learned: My new member education process has taught me that no matter the circumstances or problems, we have each other’s backs. Circumstances may change, but brotherhood will always remain. When my line brothers and I first started our involvement with the fraternity, I thought that our intake process would not make much of a difference in our fraternal experience. After all, I am who I am, and I’ve been living a certain way for more than 19 years. What I could not predict was how my outlook on life drastically changed I had completed the process. It perfected my way of conducting personal and professional business and I became a better person than I was before. More importantly, we built a brotherhood with our own hands.

Bryan Lee

Name: Bryan Lee
Nickname: Hijack
Birthday: August 9, 1997
Ethnicity: Korean
Hometown: Albany, NY
Major: Sports Management
Membership: Active
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What I Learned: Brotherhood is bond—a bond so strong that nothing can ever break it. Unlike friendship, being a brother means being part of a family. Built off of nothing but love and respect for one another, brotherhood means doing whatever necessary to have each other’s back. When a brother is hungry, you feed them until they are full. When a brother is thirsty, you give them water. Being willing to give up anything, even a liver truly defines brotherhood. Brotherhood means you’ll do anything for each other and won’t think twice about a decision if it means helping a brother out of a difficult circumstance.

Evan Yang

Name: Evan Yang
Nickname: VØID
Birthday: July 14, 1997
Ethnicity: Chinese
Hometown: Shanghai, China
Major: Information Technology
Membership: Active
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What I Learned: To me, brotherhood is a relationship beyond blood. Brotherhood is the bonding of men of different cultural backgrounds—beliefs centered around a lifelong commitment. A brotherhood is categorized as either weak or strong based on how the commitment is maintained. Strong brotherhood is maintained constantly. Brotherhood is also a unique experience for me since I am the only child in my family. I have always wanted to have a big brother figure in my life who can share his worldview with me and also guide me on the right path.

Tenzin Losel

Name: Tenzin Losel
Nickname: Luffy
Birthday: March 21, 1997
Ethnicity: Tibetian
Hometown: Queens, NY
Major: Computer Science
Membership: Active
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What I Learned: The fraternity vision is what the Lambda men live by each day. They always stay true to themselves and never forget their lineage and their true identity. The mission statement is what the organization hopes to plant in the minds Lambda Phi Epsilon men. The chapter's executive board wants Lambda Men to keep bettering themselves and their brothers while pursuing their vision and goals.

Kamran Shaikh

Name: Kamran Shaikh
Nickname: Diesel
Birthday: November 16, 1997
Ethnicity: Pakistani
Hometown: New Hartford, NY
Major: Computer Science
Membership: Active
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What I Learned:

Quoc Phan

Name: Quoc Phan
Nickname: AUX
Birthday: January 27, 1998
Ethnicity: Vietnamese
Hometown: Syracuse, NY
Major: Physical Threapy
Membership: Active
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What I Learned:

Dimetrieus Anderson

Name: Dimetrieus Anderson
Nickname: Killmonger
Birthday: June 17, 1994
Ethnicity: Mulatto
Hometown: Temecula, CA
Major: Linguistics
Membership: Active
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What I Learned:

Sam Kim

Name: Sam Kim
Nickname: Tempo
Birthday: November 5, 19978
Ethnicity: Korean
Hometown: Nyack, NY
Major: Mechanical Engineering
Membership: Active
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What I Learned:

Maison Gladue

Name: Maison Gladue
Nickname: Guerrilla
Birthday: December 12, 1997
Ethnicity: Native American
Hometown: Edmonton, Alberta
Major: Pre-Law
Membership: Active
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What I Learned:

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LEADERSHIP

2019 Cabinet

2019 Executive Board
President: Mitchell Liang
VP Internal: Kam Sha
VP External: Dimetrius Anderson
VP Finance: Bryan Yong Hong Lee
VP Communications: Samuel Kim

2019 Advisors
Alumni Adviser: Bryan Dosono
Faculty Adviser: Huey Hsaio
Organizational Consultant: Jason Nova
Regional Governor: Calvin Guo

2018 Cabinet
Academic Chair: Tenzin Lama, Phillip Nguyen
Alumni Chair: Nagwang Gyamtso, Thomas Shen
Athletic Chair: Maison Gladue, Tenzin Lama, Kamran Shaikh

2019 Cabinet
Brotherhood Chair: Evan Yang, Thomas Shen
Cultural Chair: Raymond Wu, Joe Paguyo
Community Service Chair: Mitchell Liang
Convention Chair: Hein San, Jason Chen
Formals Chair: Phillip Nguyen, Hein San, Nagwang Gyamtso
Fundraising Chair: Sam Kim, Raymond Wu
Graphic Design: Tenzin Lama, Sam Kim
Historian: Dimetrius Anderson, Sam Kim
House Chair: Dimetrius Anderson, Bryan Lee
Parliamentarian: Nagwang Gyamtso, Thomas Shen
Philanthropy Chair: Mitchell Liang, Maison Gladue
Public Relations: Dimetrius Anderson, Kam Shaikh, Tenzin Losel
Rush Chair: Jason Chen, Tenzin Losel, Nagwang Gyamtso
Social Chair: Dimetrius Anderson, Nagwang Gyamtso
Step Master: Tenzin Lama, Vincent Tu
Web Developer: Austin Ho, Chris Huang

2018 Cabinet

2018 Executive Board
President: Phillip Nguyen
VP Internal: Nagwang Gyamtso
VP External: Joseph Paguyo
VP Finance: Richard Yang
VP Communications: Yirui Shen

2018 Advisors
Alumni Adviser: Bryan Dosono
Faculty Adviser: Huey Hsaio
Organizational Consultant: Jason Nova
Regional Governor: Calvin Guo

2018 Cabinet
Academic Chair: Mitchell Liang
Alumni Chair: Ricky Diep
Athletic Chair: Vincent Tu

2018 Cabinet
Brotherhood Chair: Bryan Lee
Cultural Chair: Joseph Paguyo
Community Service Chair: Mitchell Laing
Convention Chair: Calvin Guo
Formals Chair: Hein San
Fundraising Chair: Adrian Leung
Graphic Design: Tristan Lee
Historian: Tim Wong
House Chair: Vincent Tu
Parliamentarian: Nagwang Gyamtso
Philanthropy Chair: Mitchell Liang
Public Relations: Kevin Yeung
Rush Chair:Nagwang Gyamtso
Social Chair: Tristan Lee
Step Master: Tenzin Losel
Web Developer: Tim Wong

2017 Cabinet

2017 Executive Board
President: Richard Yang
VP Internal: Phillip Nguyen
VP External: Tim Wong
VP Finance: Hein San
VP Communications: Ivan Huang

2017 Advisors
Alumni Adviser: Bryan Dosono
Faculty Adviser: Huey Hsaio
Organizational Consultant: Jason Nova
Regional Governor: Peter Chung

2017 Cabinet
Academic Chair: Ivan Huang
Alumni Chair: Phillip Nguyen
Athletic Chair: Justin Lim

2017 Cabinet
Brotherhood Chair: Ivan Huang
Cultural Chair: Vincent Grimaldi
Community Service Chair: Adrian Leung
Convention Chair: Richard Yang
Formals Chair: Hein San
Fundraising Chair: Tim Wong
Graphic Design: Tristan Lee
Historian: Adrian Leung
House Chair: Richard Yang
Parliamentarian: Vincent Grimaldi
Philanthropy Chair: Victor Wong
Public Relations Chair: Vincent Grimaldi
Rush Chair: Calvin Guo
Social Chair: Calvin Guo
Step Master: Phillip Nguyen
Web Developer: Tim Wong

2016 Cabinet

2016 Executive Board
President: Ricky Diep
VP Internal: Adrian Leung
VP External: Calvin Guo
VP Finance: Justin Lim
VP Communications: Kevin Yeung

2016 Advisors
Alumni Adviser: Bryan Dosono
Faculty Adviser: Huey Hsaio
Organizational Consultant: Jason Nova
Regional Governor: Jacky Man

2016 Cabinet
Academic Chair: Hein San
Alumni Chair: Phillip Nguyen
Athletic Chair: Ivan Huang

2016 Cabinet
Brotherhood Chair: Kevin Yeung
Cultural Chair: Victor Wong
Community Service Chair: Victor Wong
Convention Chair: Richard Yang
Formals Chair: Kevin Yeung
Fundraising Chair: Justin Lim
Graphic Designer: Ricky Diep
Historian: Richard Yang
House Chair: Adrian Leung
Parliamentarian: Philip Nguyen
Philanthropy Chair: Tim Wong
Public Relations Chair: Vincent Grimaldi
Rush Chair: Calvin Guo
Social Chair:Calvin Guo
Step Master: Adrian Leung
Web Developer: Ricky Diep

2015 Cabinet

2015 Executive Board
President: Hugh Yang
VP Internal: Ricky Diep
VP External: John Huang
VP Finance: Adrian Leung
VP Communications: Calvin Guo

2015 Advisors
Alumni Adviser: Bryan Dosono
Faculty Adviser: Huey Hsaio
Organizational Consultant: Jason Nova
Regional Governor: Jacky Man

2015 Cabinet
Academic Chair: Ricky Diep
Alumni Chair: Calvin Guo
Athletic Chair: Kevin Yeung

2015 Cabinet
Brotherhood Chair: Kevin Yeung
Cultural Chair: John Huang
Convention Chair: Calvin Guo
Formals Chair: Calvin Guo
Fundraising Chair: Hugh Yang
Graphic Designer: Adrian Leung
Greek Relations: Calvin Guo
Historian: Adrian Leung
House Chair: Hugh Yang
Parliamentarian: Adrian Leung
Philanthropy Chair: John Huang
Public Relations Chair: John Huang
Rush Chair: Kevin Yeung
Social Chair: Calvin Guo
Step Master: Adrian Leung
Web Developer: Ricky Diep

2014 Cabinet

2014 Executive Board
President: John Huang
Vice President Internal: Hugh Yang
Vice President Finance: Calvin Guo
Vice President Communications: Ricky Diep

2014 Advisors
Alumni Adviser: Bryan Dosono, Vu Tran
Northeast Expansion Chair: Alvin Phun
Organizational Consultant: Eddie Banks-Crosson

2014 Cabinet
Academics Chair: Tyler Zhang
Brotherhood Chair: Kevin Yeung
Cultural Chair: Tyler Zhang
Fundraising Chair: Ricky Diep
Historian: Adrian Leung

2014 Cabinet
Philanthropy Chair: Ricky Diep
Social Chair: Calvin Guo
Step Master: Adrian Leung
Formals Chair: Calvin Guo
Fundraising Chair: Hugh Yang
Graphic Designer: Adrian Leung
Greek Relations: Calvin Guo
Historian: Adrian Leung
House Chair: Hugh Yang
Parliamentarian: Adrian Leung
Philanthropy Chair: John Huang
Public Relations Chair: John Huang
Rush Chair: Kevin Yeung
Social Chair: Calvin Guo
Step Master: Adrian Leung
Web Developer: Ricky Diep

RECOGNITION

Greek Awards Banquet

Honor Roll
Dean’s List (2013-2016): Hugh Yang
Dean’s List (2014-2018): Ricky Diep
Dean’s List (2014-2015): Tyler Zhang
Dean’s List (2015-2016): Justin Lim
Dean’s List (2015-2018): Victor Wong
Dean’s List (2015-2018): Ivan Huang
Dean’s List (2016-2018): Adrian Leung
Dean’s List (2016-2018): Calvin Guo

Competitive Scholarships
Remembrance Scholar (2015-2016): John Huang
Remembrance Scholar (2015-2016): Hugh Yang
Remembrance Scholar (2017-2018): Ricky Diep
Gilman Scholar (2017): Calvin Guo

Honorary Memberships
Order of Omega (2016): John Huang
Order of Omega (2016): Hugh Yang
Order of Omega (2017): Calvin Guo
Order of Omega (2017): Ricky Diep
Order of Omega (2017): Justin Lim
Assn. of Computer Machinery (2016): Hugh Yang
Assn. of Computer Machinery (2016): Ricky Diep

AAPI Heritage Month feat. Arden Cho

Asian Students in America
Freshman Representative (2014-2015): Ricky Diep
Political Education (2015-2016): Victor Wong
Public Relations (2015-2016): Kevin Yeung
Social (2016-2017): Vincent Grimaldi
Political Education (2016-2017): Ivan Huang
Social (2017-2018): Mitchell Liang
Political Education (2017-2018): Nagwang Gyamtso
President (2018-2019): Mitchell Liang

Filipino Student Association
President (2018-2019): Joseph Paguyo

Korean American Student Association
Social Chair (2018-2019): Sam Kim

Society of Asian Scientists and Engineers
President (2014-2015): John Huang
Secretary (2016-2017): Hein San

Office of Residence Life
Resident Advisor (2013-15): John Huang
Resident Advisor (2015-16): Ricky Diep

Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Month
Planning Committee (2016-17): Tim Wong
Planning Committee (2016-17): Richard Yang

Multicultural Greek Council
Treasurer (2015-2016): Calvin Guo
Treasurer (2016-2017): Ivan Huang
Vice President (2016-2017): Justin Lim
Public Relations (2016-2017): Kevin Yeung
Community Service (2016-2017): Calvin Guo
President (2018-2019): Hein San

WellsLink Leadership Program
Wellslink Peer Leader (2014-2016): Hugh Yang
WellsLink Peer Leader (2016-2017): Hein San

John Huang and Hugh Yang Graduation

Full-Time Employment
Ernst & Young (2016): Hugh Yang
Ernst & Young (2016): John Huang
Ernst & Young (2018): Calvin Guo
Microsoft (2018): Ricky Diep

University Employment
ITS (2012-2016): John Huang
Columbia University Medical Center REU Program (2013-2014): John Huang
SU’s Mechanical Engineering Department Research Assistant (2014-2015): John Huang
MIT/Wellesley Upward Bound (2015): Kevin Yeung
ITS (2015-2018): Ricky Diep
ITS (2018): Mitchell Liang

Internships
JP Morgan Chase (2013-2015): Hugh Yang
JP Morgan Chase (2014-2015): John Huang
GE (2015): Hugh Yang
Exelon Nuclear (2016): Justin Lim
GE Aviation (2016): Ricky Diep
PGI (2016): Richard Yang
Achievable(2017): Richard Yang
BTI Group (2017): Richard Yang
Toys R' Us (2017): Justin Lim
Raymour & Flanigan (2017): Hein San
Ernst & Young (2017): Ricky Diep
Ernst & Young (2017): Calvin Guo
JP Morgan Chase (2018): Ivan Huang

Greek Awards Banquet

Syracuse University Associate Chapter
Unsung Hero (2015): John Huang
Academic All-Star (2015): Tyler Zhang
Lambda of the Year (2015): Kevin Yeung
Unsung Hero (2016): Victor Wong
Academic All-Star (2016): Ricky Diep
Lambda of the Year (2016): Hugh Yang
Unsung Hero (2017): Hein San
Academic All-Star (2017): Ivan Huang
Lambda of the Year (2017): Calvin Guo
Unsung Hero (2018): Mitchell Liang
Academic All-Star (2018): Calvin Guo
Lambda of the Year (2018): Hein San

Lambda Phi Epsilon International Fraternity
Rising Leaders Among Men Scholarship (2015): John Huang
Undergraduate Interfraternity Institute Scholarship (2015): John Huang
Chapter of the Year (2018): Syracuse Lambda Phi Epsilon

2018 44 Stars Gala Banquet

44 Stars of Excellence Awards
Outstanding Philanthropy Programming Award (2016)
Macy’s Rising Star Award (2016)
International Services’ Award for Cultural Diversity (2016): Calvin Guo
Award for Excellence by an Organizational Advisor (2016): Huey Hsiao
Vice President’s Award for Outstanding Senior Leadership (2016): Hugh Yang
Award for Cultural Diversity (2017): Kevin Yeung
One University Award (2018): Richard Yang
Award for Public and Community Service (2018): Victor Wong
The Associate Vice President’s Award for Positive Advocacy (2018): Kevin Yeung
Macy’s Rising Star Award (2018): Mitchell Liang
Award for Excellence by an Organization Advisor (2018): Huey Hsiao
The Office of Multicultural Affairs’ Irma Almirall-Padamsee La Fuerza Community Enhancement Award (2018): Ricky Diep
The Senior Vice President’s Award for Outstanding Senior Leadership (2018): Calvin Guo

Fraternity and Sorority Affairs: Greek Awards
Gold Star Accreditation (2017)
2nd Place at Greek Week (2016)
3rd Place at Greek Week (2015)

Mr. ASIA Gentleman’s Pageant
Mr. ASIA 2017: Nagwang Gyamtso