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IFC Addresses Alpha Epsilon Pi Charges

IFC LogoOn October 27th, the IFC placed the new member education program of Alpha Epsilon Pi on suspension due to allegations of hazing. Then, AEPi’s national organization suspended the Penn State chapter entirely.

On November 8th, the IFC received written notice from the AEPi national organization that the Penn State chapter is now “back to full 100% operations.”

There is something strange about all of this though; according to the press release:

“The Interfraternity Council finds it unusual for a national organization to complete its investigation without contacting any IFC Executive,” said IFC Vice President for Standards, Chris Smith (senior-political science).  “We will continue with our investigation and take any necessary action to properly adjudicate this case.”

The IFC still has the Penn State chapter of Alpha Epsilon Pi suspended due to violations of their new member education program.

Check out the full press release here.

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Dennis is a rising junior majoring in IST with a minor in Supply Chain. Outside the classroom, Dennis is an ITS Lab Consultant, a member of the Penn State Blue Band Drumline, and the current President of Phi Kappa Theta Fraternity. Check out his website at


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