Campus Times
April 25, 1997


photo by Starr Carroll

At approximately 2 a.m. Tuesday, members of Phi Delta Theta received a phone call informing them that their letters were to be burned. Before this could happen, sophomore Jeremy Gonzales and freshman Chris Perez carried their fraternity's "Phi" to the dumpster. Phi Delta Theta member S. Baker Eatmon, a junior, said "It's not about ignorance, it's about pride."

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