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Quinnipiac Greek life welcomes Zeta Beta Tau
The interest group Zeta Beta Tau, a traditionally Jewish fraternity, was recently given the green light to appear at the upcoming open house this spring for male students to consider as an option. In 2009 ZBT was a finalist in Quinnipiac’s expansion process, alongside fraternity Delta Tau Delta and Pi Kappa Phi, according to Assistant Director of the Student Center and Campus Life Courtney McKenna. At the time, the university decided to only move ahead with the two fraternities, but left ZBT as a future option for the expansion committee made up of faculty, students and staff. In the last year, there has been a steady number of students who have maintained interest in a potential ZBT chapter at Quinnipiac.