Gay men on campus.
This letter is in response to your Gen Q article about Arizona State University's gay fraternity being the first national collegiate-based fraternity of its kind ["Gay and Greek at ASU ASU Arizona State University (Tempe, AZ)
ASU Appalachian State University
ASU Arkansas State University
ASU Angelo State University
ASU Alabama State University
ASU Australian Services Union ," August 30]. In fact, I, along with 10 other men, founded Alpha Lambda Tau fraternity in June 1999 at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas “UNLV” redirects here. For other uses, see UNLV (disambiguation).
The University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV) is a public, coeducational university located in Las Vegas, Nevada, USA, known for its programs in History, Engineering, Environmental Studies, Hotel . This was actually the first college fraternity founded for gay, bisexual, and transgender transgender or transgendered
Transsexual. male college students, thus making it "the first of its kind." The founding chapter was recognized by UNLV UNLV University of Nevada, Las Vegas in the fall of 2000.
The group you chronicled in your article, Sigma Phi The Sigma Phi Society, founded on 4 March, 1827 on the campus of Union College as a part of the Union Triad in Schenectady, New York is the second oldest Greek social fraternal organization in the United States. Beta, was actually a recognized chapter of Alpha Lambda Tau starting in 2001 until it was suspended for violation of our zero-tolerance drug policy in 2003. This was documented by officials at ASU who chose to ignore the national suspension of this chapter in the misguided attempt to promote their university as being "tolerant." This group, upon being expelled from Alpha Lambda Tau, re-formed under a different name.
MICHAEL R. GENTILLE Indianapolis, Ind.