Chef Chad Weller describes stories of his upbringing, what it’s like to work for a fraternity opposed to a restaurant, and what he's enjoyed most about his time with Greek life at Penn State.
“Everything we do is for her. Every single cent we raised this year was for her. We know she knows that and we will never stop fighting for her.”
"I feel like I've been a brother my entire life because that's what they made me."
The fraternity will temporarily lose privileges including hosting socials, recruiting members, and new member activities while the Penn State Office of Student Conduct investigates several allegations of misconduct.
AEPi can still participate in Zone Days, but recruitment activities must be held on campus, with a representative from Penn State’s Office of Fraternity and Sorority Compliance present, and an educational consultant from the fraternity’s International Headquarters present. Social events with or without alcohol are still banned.
Police received an online submission Tuesday that four brothers had sexually assault a student sometime on January 15.
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