A prominent part of Epsilon Tau history and the history of the Greek system at Murray State is that in 1969 Epsilon Tau purchased the first off-campus fraternity house at MSU. The old Butterworth house located at 103 N. 14th Street became Epsilon Tau’s home for the next 25 years, housing many brothers over that time but creating memories that will last a lifetime.
In 1994 a new house was built that stands today at 103 N. 14th Street where the old Butterworth home was located. During the demolition, the original door and 60 bricks were saved from destruction by Scott Bridges and David Snellen. The original door has been fully restored and is now the grand entrance to the Alumni Library.
To help continue the extensive renovations at the house, you can now have a piece of our history with an original brick from the first chapter house with your name and pledge class engraved on a brass plate. This would make a great addition to your office, den or man cave.
FOR A DONATION OF $250 TO THE HOUSING CORP. we will get a brick and engraved plate shipped to you. ALL PROCEEDS GO TO THE REMODELING PROJECTS.
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Once you have submitted the information you want engraved on your brick PLEASE HIT THE DONATE BUTTON BELOW TO PROCESS YOUR DONATION.