Chi Gamma Epsilon

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Chi Gamma Epsilon

Chi Gamma Epsilon is a fraternity at Dartmouth College. "Chi Gam," as it is commonly known, was formerly part of the Kappa Sigma fraternity, before breaking off for political reasons. On campus, Chi Gam is known for its dance parties, its house pong game known as ship [1] and its commitment to community service[citation needed]. In past years Chi Gam gained a reputation as the "Baseball Frat," although now the house is populated by a wide variety of different people, including members of the Dartmouth Lightweight Crew team, Dartmouth Swim team, and writers for The Dartmouth. Alumni brothers include a number of professional baseball players, such as Brad Ausmus '91 (now a major league manager)[2] and Mike Remlinger '87.[citation needed]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Knight, Crispus (August 3, 2013). Three For Ship. Brooklyn: Fuzzy Plum Press. p. 79. ISBN 9780615848884. 
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