Profiles

Vincent Palusci ’80 Reminisces about his Phi Phi Days

When Vincent Palusci ’80 joined Alpha Chi Rho in the spring of 1978, he found a place where his many interests would be nourished. The fraternity offered a unique experience that could not be found elsewhere. Below, he reflects on those glory days and how numerous brothers, including Greer Cheeseman '77, Brian Mudge '79, Dave Beik '81, and more, have impacted his life.

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Eduardo Briceño ’98 and His Company, Mindset Work

Empowering Individuals to Achieve New Levels of Success

Spring 2017

Since he graduated, Eduardo Briceño ’98 has spent most of his time working alongside teachers, administrators, and other professionals who’ve sought him out for the way he thinks and the unique knowledge he possesses.

These educators and other professionals are looking to learn more about themselves. They want to harness new, innovative ways of thinking and pass them along to their students and colleagues to further develop young minds and foster improvement-oriented cultures.

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Veeral Rathod '01: “Appreciation for diversity helped me build my company.”

 Fall 2016

Fraternities can do amazing things—including setting members up for successful futures. Veeral Rathod ’01 says his Alpha Chi Rho experience had a critical impact on his career path.

Veeral is the Co-founder and CEO of J. Hilburn, a custom clothier (based in Dallas) for men that offers custom shirts, cashmere sweaters, performance outerwear jackets, and trousers. The company has 2,500+ personal stylists around the country that provide premium tailored clothing. Veeral says that the fraternity experience helped him realize the value of diversity and the importance of engaging different people.

Click HERE for a Q&A with Veeral about his time in the chapter and what he’s done since then.

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