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We were originally founded in 1903 as a local fraternity at Dartmouth College named Chi Tau Kappa
and in 1908 we affiliated ourselves with the national fraternity
and became the New Hampshire Alpha Chapter of Sigma Alpha Epsilon.
The national Sigma Alpha Epsilon Fraternity was founded in 1856 and boasts the largest membership
of any fraternity in the world with more than 225 chapters in 47 states and Canada and more than
8,200 undergraduate brothers affiliated.
The Physical Plant
We are one of the few greek organizations on campus that still own our own physical plant.
Not only that, we also own some of the land under the library's Novack café for which
the college does our lawn services as part of the lease agreement.
Our current house was built in 1933 and rests on the eastern side of the Baker/Berry library (see for our address). To this day it is the only greek house on campus that was built specifically for the purpose of being a fraternity's physical plant. It has three floors that include two singles, two doubles, and four triples and houses a total of 18 brothers at any given time. All the rooms are equipped with large TVs, Queen sized beds, refrigerators, desks, chairs, and ethernet access among other things. Our brothers-only library and study space on the third floor has three desktop computers, large mahogany tables and chairs, and an expansive and diverse collection of books, textbooks, encyclopedias, and other references. Our house also has its own washer, dryer, kitchen, a cinema screen projector with surround sound in our living room, and our own wireless internet connection separate from Dartmouth's wireless network.
Copyright © 2012 by Sigma Alpha Epsilon, New Hampshire Alpha Chapter.