The former Penn State Beta Theta Pi fraternity house is reportedly being used by fraternity alumni during home football games.
The former Penn State Beta Theta Pi fraternity house is reportedly being used by fraternity alumni during home football games. Abby Drey Centre Daily Times, file
The former Penn State Beta Theta Pi fraternity house is reportedly being used by fraternity alumni during home football games. Abby Drey Centre Daily Times, file

Can Beta Theta Pi collect on food, liquor, lodging? A judge may intervene.

October 11, 2017 12:59 PM

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