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Jewish fraternity at ASU works to right past wrongs

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Posted: Wednesday, March 21, 2018 8:34 am

Many college students enjoy joining fraternities and doing everything that it entails — volunteer work, fundraising, even a fair bit of partying. But there are limits, which the Alpha Sigma chapter of the Jewish Alpha Epsilon Pi fraternity at Arizona State University (ASU) learned the hard way.

In 2010, the chapter was suspended from campus activities for one year over hazing allegations. Then, in 2013, the Arizona Board of Regents Student Code of Conduct cited hazing again when revoking the Alpha Epsilon Pi chapter’s recognition. ASU officials informed the fraternity that the earliest it could request reinstatement would be fall 2017.

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