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Date Posted: 05:21:49 09/23/06 Sat
Author: MaeveRigan
Subject: Re: Riley fraternity
In reply to: LittleBit 's message, "Re: Riley fraternity" on 10:28:20 09/21/06 Thu

Lowell House could be a "residential house" for upperclass students, like Harvard has:
They're not fraternities, but smaller than dorms and put more emphasis on developing in-house community life than dorms.

It may be stretching things to suppose that a state university would have such a system, but not impossible.

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  • Re: Riley fraternity -- Rich, 09:24:01 09/23/06 Sat
  • Re: Riley fraternity -- Kerstin, 04:12:08 09/24/06 Sun

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