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Davis Wiki Profile of UC Davis’s Alpha Epsilon Pi — Including Data on Case of Ryan Clifford v. UC Davis [TLR Note: 1- Greek System Jewish Fraternity — akin to Kosher Ham Sandwich;Hellenistic Judaism 2- Universal rule of nature per the Talmud — when Jerusalem (peace, spirituality, justice, morality) is up, Caesarea (vanity, selfishness,injustices, materialism) is down, and vice versa — both in your own personal life and the world around you 3- Any of Mark Friedman’s family involved? 3- Notice two serious allegations of judicial misconduct — judges?]

The UC Davis chapter of AEPi had a cumulative GPA of 3.2 (number 1 for all fraternities), 76 active brothers (number 1 for all fraternities), placed first in Arrowjam and raised over $7000 for Shaare Zedek children’s hospital. Somehow we still found time to throw the sickest parties…and this was just last year.

Alpha Epsilon Pi or ΑΕΠ was founded at New York University in 1913 and remains the largest social fraternity in California and New York and the largest Jewish fraternity in the world. Ever since our foundation, we have been dedicated to developing college men who portray our ideals in leadership, honesty, loyalty, and brotherhood. AEPi is the only remaining Jewish fraternity in the United States.

At UC Davis, ΑΕΠ has become the largest force in the Greek system. With over 70 active brothers, the most on campus, ΑΕΠ has an extremely extensive and creative social calendar with events every week and a professional house chef who cooks home-style meals. We go on weekend retreats and overnight formals as well as summer trips to Israel and across the country. We have the strongest fraternal alumni network and a large fraternity house downtown located across from Toomey Field.

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Ryan Clifford, a former pledge and student, sued AEPi for hazing and the University for civil rights violations stemming from events in 2008. The lawsuit was dismissed in April 2012 due to an odd procedural quirk, in which Clifford was ordered to pay for an AEPi witness’s travel expenses when the trial in the case was delayed at the last moment. Clifford failed to pay the $2,500, and the case was dismissed three days before trial. Clifford contends that the judge was bribed by campaign donors associated with AEPi, and the dismissal is currently being appealed.

Clifford also sued the University in 2011 for negligence and civil rights violations, but the lawsuit was dismissed in April 2012. Clifford is appealing, alleging judicial misconduct because of the judge’s history of involvement with King Hall.



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