The last time we checked in with Theta Chi at the University of Central Florida, the campus police department called the hazmat team to investigate a foreign white substance known as vanilla whey protein powder. As much of an inconvenience as that may have been, I’m sure they would still much rather go through full body cavity searches and get fisted by Biohazard Billy every morning than be in the current predicament they now find themselves in. Brothers will now have to find new housing arrangements for the spring semester after school administration terminated the fraternity’s leasing contract after a party two weeks ago violated the chapter’s agreement with the university.
From Knight News:
“The UCF Police Department responded to a fire alarm at Theta Chi around 8:45 p.m. Nov. 19. Officers found a bicycle lock placed around the front door, preventing people from entering or leaving that way. They also found multiple people passed out and intoxicated – one was treated and released at an area emergency room — and no apparent measures to prevent underage people from drinking,” according to [UCF Spokesperson Chad] Binette.
The lease agreement the fraternity had with UCF Housing and Residence Life said it would be breached if “any major violation, or three (3) or more minor violations within any lease year, committed by chapter members, of the terms and conditions of this lease agreement, ‘The Golden Rule,’ the ‘Community Living Guide’ and/or the Housing Rules and Regulations, which in landlord’s sole discretion demonstrates a ‘lack of institutional control by nationals, housecorp and/or chapter.” The fraternity was notified of the termination during a meeting on Friday with the Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life. The 35 men currently living there must be out of the house by the end of the semester.
Filthy. Theta Chi drops six figs in parlor fee to have the right to live on campus and they get boned at the snap of a finger — no questions asked — because a few brothers locked themselves in from the outside world to drink away the misery of the tail end of the Knights getting housed by forty-one by East Carolina on ESPN Thursday night football. Sure, a kid went to the hospital, but that’s on Justin Holman completing one more pass than the number of times Caleb Houston punted the damn ball throughout the game.
Hopefully other fraternities can learn from Theta Chi’s mistake: renting instead of owning your home. If it floats, fucks, or flies doesn’t really apply here..
[via Knight News]