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More than a year after the Penn State chapter of Pi Lambda Phi fraternity lost recognition, its former home has hit the market with a price tag of $990,000.
"With this particular weekend being high risk in the past, we commend our chapters for thinking about their actions and how they affect the State College community."
The chapter's first Bid Day was quite different from your typical one, including a trip to Beaver Stadium.
Jim and Evelyn Piazza have filed a wrongful death lawsuit against 28 former Beta Theta Pi members and reached an undisclosed settlement with the university.
Panhel coordinated with the BJC to work around the Penn State Athletics schedule and make the organization's Bid Day vision a reality.
The chapter currently rents a floor and a suite in South Halls, like many other sororities on campus.
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