SAE house officially opens near UT Martin main campus

MARTIN, Tenn. – A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held Sept. 28 to dedicate the new Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity house located at 308 Hannings Lane next to the University of Tennessee at Martin main campus. The house features a social gathering room named for the late Jamie Duncan, a past SAE member, and the chapter hall is named for the late Dr. Ted James, a UT Martin biological sciences faculty member and the chapter’s first advisor. Approximately 700 members have been initiated since the chapter was chartered in 1972. Phase two of the project has been approved by the SAE House Corporation board and will add living quarters to the property. Pictured (l-r) are Sid McMillan, of Memphis, past house corporation president; Dr. Keith Carver, UT Martin chancellor; Jake Scott, a senior engineering major from Camden, chapter president; Chris Gunlefinger, assistant director for student life; and Rachel Stephens, assistant director for student life.


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