The three-month, self-imposed ban on social activities for fraternities at IU ended Thursday and North Jordan Avenue was bustling despite cold temperatures.
IU Police Department Lt. Nick Lewis said police and fraternity tensions were higher than usual during the early hours of Friday, especially at Alpha Epsilon Pi.
A member of AEPi, who identified himself as the fraternity president, told police they could not be in the fraternity parking lot without a warrant.
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