The New Brunswick based Construction Management Association completed construction of a new fraternity house and cut the ribbon in celebration of the Zeta Beta Tau (ZBT) home.
Mayor Cahill, Executive Director of ZBT – Laurence Bolotin, Dean of the Rutgers Office of Fraternity and Sorority Affairs – Joanne Arnholt, President of local undergraduate chapter – Jeremy Pollack and Presidents of Construction Management Association – Les Salamon and Mitch Broder took part in the Ribbon Cutting Ceremony on Monday, April 21st.
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“Zeta Beta Tau is thrilled to take this important step at Rutgers University by moving into this beautiful new home. Being the world’s first Jewish fraternity, with a 116 year history, we look forward to our rich tradition being an asset to the community. With this move, we look to play our part in the exciting growth of Rutgers and the revitalization of the City of New Brunswick,” said Executive Director Bolotin.