COLUMBIA – The University of Missouri chapter of the Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity is closing, which will leave its house, a registered historic landmark, empty for at least four years.SAE is closing at MU after its national chapter determined it had violated multiple health and safety violations and failed to follow the national guidelines. National SAE doesn't clarify what those violations were, but it was the one that decided to close the fraternity.Director of the MU News Bureau Chrisian Basi said the information that led to SAE's closing went through the national branch. The university had no part in it, but it thinks the closure is necessary."The university supports the decision," Basi said.The reason why the fraternity will be closed for at...
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As MU fraternity house closes, fate of historical site is unclear