Two Jewish Fraternities Merge; Have 22,000 Members in 50 Colleges

Two Jewish college fraternities, Phi Epsilon Pi and Kappa Nu, announced here today that they have merged into one organization, to be called Phi Epsilon Pi.

The merged fraternity will have a combined undergraduate and alumni membership of 22,000, with 500 active chapters on college campuses throughout the United States and Canada. Phi Epsilon Pi was founded at City College of New York in 1904, while Kappa Nu was established in 1911 at the University of Rochester.

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