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Frathouse
10/23/2017
 
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We don't sell booze and do not charge the guests. That's what the fraternity members are saying at Penn State are saying. It comes in response in attempts to shut down the house on football weekends. A previous court filing say beer and wine were illegally being sold at the house, because it doesn't have a liquor license, but the house owners denied but say the alumni who stay there make a voluntary donation. The fraternity was shut down by Penn State after police say a hazing event led to the death of fraternity pledge Timothy Piazza.
  
 
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