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Next semester, Kappa Sigma will move into Alpha Epsilon Pi’s (AEPi) former house at 17 Eagle Row and Media, Literature and Arts Outreach (MLAO) members will move into Kappa Sigma’s current house at 20 Eagle Row, according to Assistant Director ...

The national headquarters of Alpha Epsilon Pi (AEPi) has shut down Emory’s chapter for at least two years for violating the anti-hazing policy, according to a Tuesday University statement to the Wheel. The fraternity will be removed from its home ...

The Office of Student Conduct placed Emory’s chapter of Alpha Epsilon Pi (AEPi) on interim suspension after an incident involving alcohol and possible hazing, according to a Feb. 18 University statement. Residence Life staff responded to the incident at 17 ...

Alpha Epsilon Pi (AEPi) is under an Office of Student Conduct investigation after its chapter president, Joel Sharpe (20B), was arrested and charged with possession of cocaine last week. Emory placed AEPi on social sanction, according to a Jan. 22 ...

Hurston-Wright Legacy Award Winner to Join Emory Faculty Fall 2018 Author Tayari Jones will join Emory’s Creative Writing Program this fall, according to an April 16 University press release. An Atlanta native, Jones has authored four novels, with the most ...

Emory’s chapter of Alpha Epsilon Pi (AEPi) is under investigation by the Office of Student Conduct due to allegations of hazing, Director of Student Conduct Julia Thompson wrote in a Feb. 8 email to the Wheel. Thompson declined to provide ...

On Oct. 30 at 9:10 p.m., Emory Police Department (EPD) responded to a call regarding a theft at Hamilton Holmes Hall. Officers arrived on scene and met with two Emory students who said that someone had ransacked their room and ...

Emory has guaranteed the brothers of Alpha Epsilon Pi (AEPi) an on-campus house for one more academic year, according to Eric Bymaster, the Campus Life Associate Vice President of Finance, Administration and Operations. “AEPi has been granted another year to ...

The AEPi house at 17 Eagle Row will be torn down in summer 2016, according to Emory’s Division of Campus Life. The process may leave AEPi without a house for a couple of years, but AEPi members may be able ...