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There are fraternity houses for some of the fraternities. Since you rush as a sophomore though, you can't live in the fraternities until you are at least a junior. Freshman live in dorms and sophomores live in dorms, minervas,off campus houses, or theme houses. The fraternity houses are either on frat row near the sororities, on campus houses (which i think only applies to AD), or some fraternities are in a part of the buildings attached to dorm buildings, but they have their own entrance and living space. Some fraternities only have off campus houses and a bunch of them have both on campus and off campus houses.
How competitive would you say rush is for the fraternities?
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Written by Cassandra Skoufalos
Union is in a major state of transition between the Minerva Houses and the fraternities. No longer are the days of huge frat parties in beautiful on-campus houses. Many of the frats have dorm housing (Alpha Beta, for example) and still manage to have great parties. Union's attitude towards parties has changed dramatically; however, after a review of insurance plans showed that fraternity brothers could personally be held liable if something happened during a party with alcohol.
Basically, no one knows how all this will pan out, but Greek organizations certainly won't die easy at Union, "The Mother of all Fraternities." Hopefully, the Greeks will join forces with the Minervas to make great parties for campus. Change is in the air.
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