Fraternity Fights Sale of House at N.Y. University

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New York's Colgate University is buying campus fraternity houses in an effort to better control student behavior. Fraternities that won't sell will no longer be recognized on campus. Most of the fraternities have accepted the change, but one, Delta Kappa Epsilon, is fighting the sale in court. Matt Hackworth of member station WAER in Syracuse, N.Y., reports.



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