Spotlight Brother: Brother Mohit Dhande

Our Spotlight Brother this week is Brother Mohit Dhande. Mohit became a brother in the Fall semester of 2013 with Mu class. Mohit is now a Pledge Educator for Tau class. 

What is your favorite AKPsi memory?

My favorite memory would have to be the brotherhood weekends. It’s always nice to see

everyone active, competitive, and in a great mood. It feels like it’s one of those events that

brothers and pledges look forward to, which makes those kind of events the most

memorable.

What is the best piece of advice you have ever received?

The best piece of advice I’ve received was to be respectful. Not that I was being

disrespectful, but an alumni once told me that to go out of your way to do something for

someone else or to be polite speaks volumes.

Since you are not a business major, how do you feel AKPsi has prepared you for your career.

I’ve told pledges and now current brothers this many times; professionalism encompasses

every field. If you excel in a certain field, but do not know how to be professional it’s a huge

drawback. AKPsi has taught me how to be professional, and develop bonds whether they

were social or professional.

What will you miss most about Eta Rho?

The thing I will miss most about Eta Rho would have to be the people. A cliché answer, but

it really is the people in this chapter who have helped shape the type of individual I am

today.

If you were to be a color what color would you be and why?

I would be the color Purple. All colors come in different shades. Purple is one of those

colors that has its own strength in a light shade of lavender or a dark shade of violet.

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