UPDATE (3/23/20): Online classes will begin today and last through the remainder of the spring semester, including finals, due to the threat of the COVID-19 virus. The fraternity house will remain open to a limited number of students who work while being students and those with a need to be on campus. The fraternity house will remain open – including food service for those who have communicated their desire to live in the house – until at least March 30.
We ask that students who wish to move out of the fraternity house to schedule such through president (aka archon) Erik Wilson, firstname.lastname@example.org, 440/318-5630. By Purdue university request, moving out of the house will be on a scheduled basis starting March 30.
UPDATE (3/16/20): Today, Purdue officials announced that the University will be subject to online learning only for the remainder of the spring semester (including finals). At this time, the University is set to remain open including residence halls (and the fraternity house).
You can read an email sent to all students late this afternoon here: