Wednesday, December 12, 2007

Phi Delts Could Be Gone at Penn State

Frat's Status in Flux

By Patrick W. Connelly
, The Frat Boy News

Phi Delta Theta's chapter at Penn State University could be on its way out after losing its recognition at the college and a suspension imposed by its national organization.

The fraternity violated its national alcohol policies and now could also lose its house. Chapter President Dave Dunn said the chapter has steady support from its alumni base, which will likely help the brothers keep the house while working temporarily as a local chapter without national backing.

An official from the fraternity's headquarters in October stopped by Phi Delta Theta's house and found students drinking alcoholic beverages, reports said. The fraternity and its national organization are supposed to be free of alcohol.


Anonymous said...

What a hose job. The Phi Delt alumni made a heroic effort to successfully save their historic house from takeover by the university after the school wanted it for a parking lot. This is payback. "Drinking?!" at a fraternity house.

Anonymous said...

I am a current president of a fraternity at psu. The greek community supports the men of phi delt

Anonymous said...

Don't Drink in the House Moron! Those Dumbasses deserved to be shut-down.

Anonymous said...

other houses hate phi delt they are a bunch of assholes ask the rest of burrowes! Best on burrowes my ass! Hang the sign now bitches!!!

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