Frat Boys to Return Home
The higher-ups gave them the boot for drinking violations. Then their house burned down. But the Tau Tau chapter of the Tau Delta Phi fraternity can finally thrive.
Fraternity lawyers continue to battle university lawyers over property rights, but let’s skip over that legal jargon. For now at least, the Tau Tau boys can be content in moving back to their ole frat house, cozily nested adjacent to the IST building. Nothing like public noontime beer pong on a Wednesday, eh?
Beer pong or no beer pong, this group of young men did work hard to reconstruct their home with the help of family, friends, and alumni. Once a handyman completes work on the telephone line, the frat house will welcome visitors and residents once again.
If all goes well, the fire alarms should actually work this time. And let’s hope that a fire won’t start in the first place. And let’s hope our Penn State fraternities don’t violate any more drinking policies. And let’s hope that Penn State becomes a dry campus. Right.
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The lawsuit cites a 1928 deed, which transferred the property to Beta Theta Pi, that gives the university the right buy back the property if it was no longer used as a fraternity house.
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