Originally built for the Beta Theta Pi fraternity, the classic Tudor-style building houses students. The fraternity holds meetings in the basement.
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Established 1927
An architecturally unique campus hall, Beta House was the residence of Denison Trustee and former U.S. Senator Richard Lugar ’54 of Indiana, now deceased. Throughout his life Lugar remained involved with Denison’s Beta chapter.

More about Beta Theta Pi

Beta Theta Pi was the first fraternity to build on Denison’s campus, following the 1925 plan for the new Fraternity Row.

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