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Alpha Sig eviction effective yesterday

Students forced to find new homes

The members of Alpha Sigma Phi fraternity moved out of their house Tuesday. A week ago, they had received an unexpected eviction notice from their national headquarters. The fraternity was in the reinstatement process when they received the eviction notice. Alpha Sigma Phi will be going through reorganization, and the current members will be given alumni status.\nIU administrators told the men they can move into university housing if they so chose. But senior Aaron Del Mar, a fraternity member said majority of the men moved in with older fraternity brothers who were live-outs from the previous year.\n"When you are a junior or senior, you do not want to live at the dorms. It's just like having a baby-sitter," Del Mar said.\nDean of Students Richard McKaig said he was under the impression all the men had relocated because no one approached him about housing problems.\n"Right now, we do not have room in the dorms, but if the men wanted university housing, we could have moved them into university apartments that are reserved for upper classmen," he said.\nTeresa Price, manager of assignments for Residential Programming Services, said they do not know if any of the members opted for university housing.

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