Some fraternities just aren’t lucky enough to live in a real chapter house. Rather than being blessed with cracked windows and mismatching, piss-stained Craigslist furniture, they have to struggle during their undergrad years inside the pillars of multi-million dollar mansions. It’s downright tragic.
KA at the University of Arkansas is the latest to fall victim to countless graduate donations as well as proper funding and designs. Their plans for a 16,000-square-foot monstrosity that will house forty brothers and a house director have been approved. It’s scheduled to be completely finished by fall 2016.
We have a house on the way! We are very proud to announce our progress on re-establishing our place on campus. The house is on the corner of Maple and Storer just off campus. More details will be announced as more progress as made. We'd like to thank everyone who has been a part of this, especially Brother Scott McLain.
Posted by Kappa Alpha Order at University of Arkansas on Friday, July 24, 2015
Even throwing “Free Bird” onto the video can’t help distract anyone from the hardship that’s in-store for current and future KA brothers. #PrayForKA.
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