Staff editorial: If you want to disprove negative stereotypes, stop breaking the rules

The repeated pattern of suspensions—both temporary and permanent—amongst IFC organizations suggests that the existing sanctions are insufficient in rectifying issues related to alleged hazing or alcohol-related activities.

Modules are a waste of time

Modules are dumb, pointless and don’t actually promote any semblance of a legitimate education.

Tyler Sabloff | Senior Forum Editor

Staff editorial: AEPi must learn from the mistakes of others

Washington University’s investigation of fraternity Alpha Epsilon Pi, which was put on temporary suspension March 30 for violations of policies related to alcohol, has culminated in the fraternity being placed on a yearlong social probation and the members being required to take University-run training modules in the subjects of bystander intervention and alcohol awareness.

Alpha Epsilon Pi investigation concluded, fraternity placed on social probation for a year

Washington University placed Alpha Epsilon Pi on a yearlong social probation following an investigation into possible alcohol-related violations, of which they were found guilty April 5.

| Senior News Editor

Alpha Epsilon Pi temporarily suspended

Washington University placed Alpha Epsilon Pi on temporary suspension due to allegations of policy violations related to alcohol at social events at the chapter’s campus house between Feb. 17 and Feb. 23.

| News Editor

AEPi to launch Gateway Program for philanthropy week

In an effort to improve communication between St. Louis police officers and urban youth, Alpha Epsilon Pi fraternity has joined forces with Be In The Know About Bullying, Red Alert and the Washington University Athletic Department to develop the Gateway Program.

| Senior Sports Editor

Case of meningitis reported on campus

A student living in the Alpha Epsilon Pi fraternity chapter house who may have contracted meningococcal meningitis, a contagious condition, should be sent home healthy soon with no visible side effects, according to Jordan Roberts, the fraternity’s president.

| Student Life Staff

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