When I joined Kappa Alpha Theta at the University of Louisville, I honestly didn’t mind that we didn’t have a house or a suite like the other Greek organizations. Zeta Tau Alpha had been established on campus a few years earlier and already had a meeting location. Granted, it wasn’t anywhere near Greek row, but at least it was a place to get together in between classes. When I joined I thought we’d have a meeting location within the year, or at least 2. I got especially excited when I heard rumors about Uofl tearing down the old dorms right next to Greek row and expanding for the organizations that didn’t have houses or suites. As you can see, that never happened.
University of Louisville Suites
Instead of expanding Greek row and providing houses for many Greek organizations, Uofl decided to build an apartment complex (because the 6 that we…
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