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Continued: Many sorority members at U of Minnesota move into frats when their houses close in summer

  • Article by: BLAIR EMERSON , Associated Press
  • Last update: June 2, 2014 - 12:32 AM

"If I had been picky about those more minuscule details, I think I would have chosen to live somewhere else," Mosimann said.

Only one sorority, Lambda Delta Phi, an associate chapter of the PHC, stays open at the University during the summer. Lambda Delta Phi President Karyn Olsen said the sorority house stays open all year because alumnae own their house and it's easier to maintain because it's smaller.

"We open our house to anyone who wants to live here for the summer," she said.

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