As elite men of Lambda Upsilon Lambda Fraternity, Inc., Hermanos (Brothers) are expected to hold themselves to the highest standards on campus, academically, socially, and professionally. It is the responsibility of the Hermano to always represent the foundation and principles on which LUL was built.
Jose Angeles (Josie Angels) is a 5/5 Electrical Engineering Co-op student from Dover, New Jersey and is currently serving as the president of this chapter. A man that loves to keep himself busy, he has been involved and is currently involved in many organizations on campus which is the reason you will likely hear him say “I have a meeting” on many occasions. To offer some insight, Jose is the current sub-regional representative for the New Jersey chapters of the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers (SHPE), currently the Sub Committee Head for Professional Societies in the SGA, a member of the Student Faculty (SFA), an Orientation Leader and member of three honor societies. Jose likes to be involved on campus and if he’s not on co-op, you will most likely see him working hard at his laptop. He enjoys meeting new people so next time you see him, get to know him!
Xavier Rosario is currently a fifth year Co-op Student, STEP student and Electrical Engineer and Computer Science Masters major! On campus he has been/is involved in various organizations and clubs. He has been part of the Student Government, Office of Residence Life as a Resident Assistant and participated in many clubs such as SHPE, IEEE, MESA and others. A new hermano and treasurer of La Unidad Latina, Lambda Upsilon Lambda Fraternity Inc. You'll probably seeing him whiz by you on his longboard on campus while onto his next activity. He enjoys being involved on campus and becomes very passionate about the things he pursues. A laid back person that is always open to new experiences and meeting people. His passions lie in Technology where he is often learning new skills, playing videogames or building new widgets. He is on watch for the next opportunity that will cross his path and is always looking to meet new people!
Milton (Milt, Milly) Zarzuela is a junior, Quantitative Finance student from Paterson/Clifton, New Jersey and recently crossed in Spring 2017. Being a fan of sports since the youth, Milton was a three sport athlete in high school, playing football, cheerleading, and baseball. He actively participates in fantasy football and will rank in the top 3 of any league. Milton is also involved in several clubs on campus including the Society of Professional Engineers, Phi Beta Lambda (Future Business Leaders of America), and is treasurer of the Commuter Student Union. You might catch him listening to hip hop music or having an animated conversation with a friend when he's not doing homework in the library. Milton loves meeting new people so don't be afraid to walk up and start a conversation with him!
Kevin Largacha (on the right) is a 3/5 Computer Engineering 4+1 Master's Program student from Randolph, New Jersey. Always one to be down to chill and relax, he likes to just to talk and learn about people. He is currently serving as the Secretary of the chapter, as well as the ESC rep for LAA, Secretary for oSTEM, and and RA for The Office of Residential Education. He’s always riding his longboard with his headphones to class or just relaxing reading a book. He always loves talking about History, Computers, and Video Games. Feel free to go up to him anytime and strike up a conversation about anything!
Matthew Steven Colacino (yes he was named after the school) is a Senior Mechanical Engineering student and is the current Public Relations Chair in LUL. He is a fun and outgoing personality and an easy man to start a conversation with. You can find him almost anywhere on campus: walking back from class, visiting faculty in Howe, or even chilling outside the LUL house. You can even catch him at the soccer field by the Hudson River just shooting around or playing a quick game of pickup. He loves soccer, Hip-Hop, Anime, comics, and culture, and is always open to learning something new. He cares for everyone he meets, so don’t be shy and take the time to say hi to this Hermano.
Currently in his fourth year at Stevens, this is Julian’s third year as a Music and Technology major. Originally a Mechanical Engineering major, he decided to follow his heart and transfer into the Music & Technology program here at Stevens and minor in Management. He has been playing drums for over half of his life, and has been singing for a year now. He exhibits his love for music through the music he creates as an aspiring artist & producer, as a member of the Audio Engineering Club, a DJ with a weekly show on WCPR. However, his passion for music doesn’t stop at performing. He also loves listening to music and learning more about the music industry every day. On campus he is also the Editor in Chief of RedShift, the creative publication on campus. His interests besides music include basketball, running, watching TV shows and movies, having meaningful and intellectual conversations, and sharing new experiences with new people.
“To love life is to live it seeing the potential in everything.”
Johnathan Aviles is a 4/5 Computer Engineering Co-op student born and raised in Hoboken. He became a part of this wonderful fraternity in Spring 2017. He is a man that lives by the saying "If the sky was the limit, there wouldn't be footprints on the moon". He is the eldest of three children. He is of Puerto Rican, Dominican, Italian, and African-American ethnicity. He takes pride in all of his cultures. If he is not at school studying or working on projects he is working on trying to improve himself. Johnathan loves comic books and drawing. He is a huge fan of art and appreciates all of its forms. He is always open to new relationships with people, no matter the environment. If you see him on campus, don't be afraid to say hi!
Alexander Vergara is a fourth year, Business and Technology student at Stevens. He enjoys watching anime and playing PC games such as Total War and Crusader Kings 2. Some may go so far and say he creates his own world when he watches his favorite anime. This in turn makes him look very indifferent to the the world around him but if someone where to go ask him for help directly then most likely he would respond with a yes. He volunteered in CPAC 2016, his Fraternity's gala, cleaning Liberty State Park among other things. He was born in Paterson but grew up in Haledon. You could also find Alex attending Anime Club on Fridays if there is nothing going on with his fraternity. He is a part of STEP Summer 2015.
Anthony (Tony) D’Aiuto is a 4/4 Mechanical Engineering Student from Jersey City, New Jersey. He is an individual with a very outgoing personality so if you ever see him around be sure to try and talk to him about any of his interests including Magic the Gathering, Fencing, Movies, and Music. He currently has been developing his own album with the help of some of his friends, and is always looking for more people to jam with. Anthony is also a member of Alpha Phi Omega so if you see him wearing other letters don’t be confused, he just can never get his fill of service. Anthony is also a lover of animals he is a member of the Stevens Equestrian Team, and is planning on going to veterinary school after he graduates as he hopes to pair his engineering degree with a veterinary degree to aid in advancing the technology used in taking care of different animals. If he is not jamming on his guitar, helping around campus, or riding for the Equestrian team, you can probably find him at the house playing Smash Bros to relax.
Ivan Arias is a 2/5 Biomedical Engineer and a member of the Stevens Technical Enrichment Program. He is extremely prideful of his home country, the Dominican Republic, and you will see his flag somewhere on campus. He lived in Santiago for 12 years before moving to Elmwood Park, NJ. His goal is to graduate, work and develop a method, procedure or product that will help the human body at an affordable cost for everyone. On his free time, you will find Ivan on his phone playing PokemonGo, but his hobbies go beyond a little screen. You can also find him playing ball at the court or doing laps in the pool. If you don’t find him doing any of those things, you will find Ivan dancing to pretty much anything and everything. He is a really friendly person, so if you see him around campus, don’t be afraid to stop him for a little bit and talk about anything. If you can’t recognize him, he’s the loud kid with the pizza backpack. He is also a hugger, so come at him with open arms, he will be very happy to give you one.
Sebastian (Sebas) Cano is a 3/5 Computer Engineering student from Elizabeth, New Jersey. He is a member of the Stevens Technical Enrichment Program, Social Media Chair of the Latin American Association, and the Social Media Coordinator for LUL. Coming from a full Colombian background, he is very proud of his culture. If there is ever salsa music playing on campus, catch him dancing there! He is very passionate about latin dancing (salsa, bachata, merengue, etc.), played the violin for the Greater Newark Youth Orchestra for 5+ years, and is a huge audio head. From the experimental beats of his favorite artist Flying Lotus, to the somber sounds of jazz, Sebastian listens to it all (except country). His hobbies include reading, listening to new music, playing JRPGs, and manga. He is also super passionate about cars and motorcycles. His dream car is a Mitsubishi Lancer Evo X and his dream bike is a Honda CBR 1000RR Repsol Edition. If you ever want to talk about cars and bikes, he is more than happy to listen. He is a very approachable person and loves learning new things about people. If he is ever on campus and not in his super busy Co-op schedule, feel free to say ‘What’s up?’
Alfredo Batistini is a 4/4 Mechanical Engineer. He was originally born in Venezuela but moved to New Jersey in 2011. He was a varsity swimmer in high school, and a big fan of mixed martial arts. He crossed this chapter in spring of 2016. His interests are hiking, programming and meeting new people. He is active in the Society of Professional Hispanic Engineers (SHPE), Latin American Association(LAA), and the Archery team. He loves meeting new people and hanging so be more than welcome to slide into his DMs in his social media.
Johnny Aza is a 3/5 Mechanical Engineering Co-op student currently living in Parsippany, New Jersey, and recently crossed into the fraternity in Spring 2017. New to the chapter and still taking in everything the fraternity and Stevens has to offer, you can see him all around campus either getting involved wherever he can or goofing around with friends. Notoriously good at video games, Johnny spends a lot of his free time playing smash brothers on campus as the current ranked #1 Super Smash Brothers Melee player at Stevens and loves to spend time at tournaments or messing around with new techniques. Although he may seem like the type who only spends his time napping and playing games, but Johnny’s campus involvement spreads from Secretary for the Society of Hispanic Engineers (SHPE) Chapter at Stevens, STEP class representative for XAE honor society and being double-greek. Whenever you see him running around campus or blasting music through his headphones, be sure to stop him for a hi-five and drop a few memes his way!
Xavier (Javi) Robles-Giron is a 3/4 Mechanical Engineering student. He was born and raised in Long Branch, NJ but currently resides in Spring Lake Heights, NJ. He joined this fraternity in Spring of 2017. Javi played rugby for all 4 years of High School for his local Rugby Club, even though he does not play for a team anymore, he loves any opportunity to discuss or toss a ball around. Javi is generally a very family oriented guy, so if he is not on campus socializing with friends or studying, he will most likely be home spending time with his family. He may not be very talkative at first encounter, but if you see him around don't be afraid to say "Hi".
Eric DeVico is a 2/5 Chemical Engineering student from Brick, New Jersey. A man of many interests, it is hard to find Eric in one place for too long, unless you catch him reading a book, whipping up something in the kitchen, or studying in one of Hoboken’s various coffee shops. From fashion and nutrition to psychology and linguistics, Eric is more than happy to strike up a conversation with you about pretty much anything. Always keeping himself busy, Eric is quite involved on and off campus; he is double greek, Corporate Relations Chair for the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers, Co-founder and Vice-President of the Stevens’ chapter of Out in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics Inc., a member of Stevens Technical Enrichment Program, a first year Resident Assistant, and an after-school teacher at the HoLa Dual Language Charter School in inner Hoboken. When class is not in session, don’t be surprised to see that Eric is at the airport going on his next spontaneous vacation. As the son of a pilot, he grew up on planes, and he tries to take full advantage of his flight benefits whenever he has a couple days to himself. Despite all of that, he won’t hesitate to drop everything to help someone in need. The next time you see Eric on campus make sure to call out his name and give him a big “Hey! How’s it going?”
Gurpreet Singh is a 2/5 Mechanical Engineer from Carteret, NJ. He is a part of the Stevens Technical Enrichment Program and academic chair for SHPE. He is always down to have a conversation with anyone on any topic, but he is mostly interested in cars, specifically electric cars. Matter of fact, he has a company called Bauen that will provide infrastructure for electric vehicles in the coming years. Gurpreet is also interested in trading stocks and learning anything there is about the business world. He is also passionate about reading, so if you ever have any suggestions, make sure to throw them his way! If you ever need anyone to talk to, Gurpreet’s your guy.
Ruben Martins is a 3/4 Computer Engineering student from Newark, New Jersey who became a brother of this fraternity in Spring 2017. He is of full Portuguese descent and takes full pride in his culture. Ruben currently serves as the External Relations chair for the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers and a player for the Men's Club Volleyball Team. He usually spends his time in the library because he commutes and does not like doing any work at home. Ruben enjoys being surrounded by his peers in order to complete his assignments or study for the next exam. When his face is not in a book or staring at a laptop, he is usually looking to see when the next Champions League game is or who FC Porto is playing against that weekend. If you see him on campus just give him a shout and he would be more than happy to keep a conversation up longer than you can!