Theta Chi To Break Ground For New House
The Theta Chi fraternity will hold a groundbreaking ceremony on Saturday, Jan. 26 with plans to finish the house by May of this year.
However, there are no plans to move other fraternity houses there, creating a Greek Row.
"We haven't talked about moving," said Sigma Chi Matt Mathieson. "We've been in our house since '83 and we're not looking to move."
While there have never been concrete plans, Bearkat Boulevard has often been thought of as a future sight for all fraternity houses. "That was the original idea," said Theta Chi Jason Boldt. "But I don't think it will happen."
"We just bought a house," said a Sigma Nu member. "I don't think we are going to move anytime soon."
"We're not moving," said Kappa Alpha Gary Bergholtz.
The fraternity houses, like the sorority houses, were once grouped together on campus. Eventually, however, each frat house moved off campus.