Monday, August 27, 2007

Florida Tri-Delt Girls Get New House

Tri-Delta Sisters Move Back to Sorority Row

By Patrick W. Connelly
, The Frat Boy News

More than 70 sisters of the University of Florida's chapter of Delta Delta Delta last week moved into a brand new 25,000 square foot house right in the heart of the campus' Sorority Row.

"We're just happy to be back on Sorority Row after being gone for two years," Tri-Delta president Christine Banier told a university newspaper. The chapter moved out of its old house about a year before construction began on its new one in May 2006.

The completed three-story house is ready for action, featuring laundry machines on every floor, a library, study rooms, a media room and a parlor.

The house even requires each sister to input their fingerprint to a sensor before entering for security purposes.

"This is going to be a great facility for girls now and for years to come," Bainer told the newspaper.

After fall recruitment, the president told the newspaper the sorority will likely have more than 200 undergraduate members.

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