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Beta Alum Makes Website About Beta Wrongs

BETAAlum Don Abbey is pissed. He sank good money into Beta, and the brothers repaid him by generally vandalizing and trashing the place.

Abbey’s site, 220northburrowes.com, has hundreds of pictures of Beta indiscretions.

Documented on the site is the fraternity’s conduct file, dating back to 2007, and police record, dating back to 2006, as well as accounts and photos of excessive trash and vandalism dating back to 2005.

Abbey made the website because he felt that some alumni were unclear as to the events that lead to the Beta disbandment.

In any event, go through the website and let us know your favorite pictures, be they the trashiest, the funniest, or the most disgusting.

Update Wednesday 12:15 pm: It appears that Abbey has restricted access to the site.

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