The Chi Phi fraternity house was vandalized in the middle of the night between Sunday and Monday when an unknown passerby threw a brick through the front door side window of the chapter house.
We sat down with new IFC president Nate Brodsky to ask him a couple of questions about his new position, his goals for next year, and what it's like to be Acacia's frat hound.
The State College Police Department confirmed that there was no criminal conduct surrounding the case.
The Interfraternity Council elected Nate Brodsky as the new IFC President in a vote among all active chapter presidents last week.
The Sigma Alpha Mu International Fraternity will revoke the Penn State chapter following an investigation into health and safety concerns.
The tailgates, which were planned with the help of the university, are intended to "provide a safer, more positive regulated experience for our community."
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