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Spring brings revamp to Beta Theta Pi fraternity

From the 1/13/10 issue of The Daily Collegian

Sixty men have accepted bids so far to join Beta Theta Pi

fraternity's re-establishment pledge class, gearing up to begin recruitment for the spring.

The former Beta Theta Pi brothers were asked to leave the house by alumni last March when the fraternity was confronted with allegations of hazing and party violations.

By this fall, the 220 N. Burrowes Road property should be full with new members. Currently, only re-establishment director Jeff Rundle and a few caretakers live in the house, which is expected to become the home of 46 brothers in fall of 2010.

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