Fraternity house


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Fraternity house

A building used for social and residential purposes by an association of male students called a fraternity.

fraternity house

A building used for social and residential purposes by an association of male students called a “fraternity.”
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Beta sought an educational use property tax exemption for a fraternity house near the university that contained 12 bedrooms, a kitchen, a library, and computer facilities.
For example, in the research scenario, the fraternity house either won the award (present, yes, or true) or they did not (absent, no or false).
Three students were also charged with drug-related offenses after a search of the fraternity house.
The Herald reported that a 17-year-old female freshman was taken by ambulance from ASU to a local hospital after a night of drinking at the Sigma Chi fraternity house.
Daniel Reardon, a freshman at the University of Maryland, attended a pledge party known as "Bid Night" at the Phi Sigma Kappa fraternity house in 2002.
I remember exactly where I was on that Sunday--the University of Kansas in our fraternity house.
So they buy a house close to a university campus, transform the property into an unofficial fraternity house and encourage students to become members.
Myron Roderick, president of the National Wrestling Hall of Fame, says Lewis' tree was planted at his Sigma Chi fraternity house after it outgrew Oklahoma State University's greenhouse.
These elaborately finished basements owe their popularity to the generation of guys who grew up drinking beer in the basement rumpus room, then went on to college to chase the beer with scotch and shoot pool in the shadows of the "secret" wood-paneled world beneath the fraternity house.
At a headquarters that could pass for a fraternity house, his shirtless subordinates watch soap operas and play cards.
The ghosts that walk the halls of this fraternity house are spirits from St.
How did Dodson and his partners transfer the concept from a fraternity house to a multimillion dollar business?