Some members of Delta Lambda Phi, a national fraternity for gay and bisexual men, moved into a house on fraternity row in late August. The university chapter of the fraternity is the first in the nation to get a house of its own. Rusty Robertson, the fraternity's president, said having a house helps Delta Lambda Phi provide social opportunities and stability to gay, bisexual and les University of Minnesota opens fraternity row to gay community bian students. The building is to house seven fraternity members and pledges, as well as three straight men, two straight women and two lesbians who are boarders. Buckmeier said he doesn't believe they could have had a house on fraternity row 10 years ago.
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Twenty other students and a house mother escaped the blaze at the two-story, brick- and wood-frame Alpha Tau Omega house, school spokesman Mitchell Diggs said. There were no reports of injuries. The fire broke out before dawn, and firefighters needed about two hours to bring it under control, chapter adviser Al Bell said. Hours later, smoke billowed out of where the roof had been, and much of the upper floor was in ruins. Fred Cummings, 19, a member of the Ole Miss cross country team who was out running at 6 a.
Two weeks ago at Alpha Tau Omega's bachelor and bachelorette action a disturbing event that took place. I have gone through two meetings with representatives of ATO requesting a public apology for what happened. We agreed that ATO will print a public apology and I would present my viewpoint as well. At this point, I am unsure whether their apology will address my grievances presented at the meetings. It is my hope that this column will present my case and establish a precedent of rebutting discrimination of all types.