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Steven. CSUN. ΑΚΨ.
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Even though I don’t have a great voice, I sing to express myself. It keeps me sane.

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A year ago, these guys who are called my Pledge Bros, were nothing more than just strangers. After 9 long weeks, we have grown and become much more than just friends. The bond we’ve built and shared still lives on with us now and continues to grow. Today is our one year anniversary and I am happy to know that I have such great brothers within my life. Chi Class!

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So here is my speech, tell me what you guys think about it. Give me some feedbacks. Please and thank you!

 Good evening Brothers of Alpha Kappa Psi. My name is Steven Hoang and I currently running for the position of VP of Alumni. First and foremost, I would like to thank everyone for showing up tonight. I would like to first start off with a story of my own. I remember about 6 months ago, I started finally looking into the LSAT. I got really excited about how fun logic games were and decided to post my thoughts about it on Facebook. Couple minutes later, Daniel Kitzes messaged me and asked if I was interested in taking the LSAT and going to law school. We talked for about 30 mins to an hour. And after talking to him, I was really surprised. Someone, whom I only talked to a few times throughout my time in Alpha Kappa Psi, took his time and effort to message me and give me pointers and guidance to what I want to do with my life. And with this experience, I knew that I have made lifelong friends within Alpha Kappa Psi. And that brings me to the topic of relationships. Relationships. That is the cornerstone of my platform for running for VP of Alumni. Building upon that, I feel like I have an opportunity to promote more social interactions to engage with the alumni’s in an effective way such as having a bbq at the park, having breakfast/lunch/dinner on a daily basis, or going to amusement parks because a lot of brothers have annual passes as well as some alumni’s. I know that it is hard for alumni’s to show up because of their own schedules, but I will try to plan as many events as possible. My goal is to have active brothers stay in touch with alumni’s and the other way around. Second, I want to really give back. Without alumni’s we wouldn’t have been the brotherhood that we are today. I want to these plan events that really show the alumni’s how much we appreciate them for what they have done for this Fraternity. Lastly, I want to say that brothers of today are the alumni’s of tomorrow and the bond that we have built and shared with each other in this fraternity is simply something we cannot forget.

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