Robert Lehmkuhl Research Paper

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Robert Lehmkuhl's life changed forever the day he walked up to the house at 4600 Norwich Road with the white cross in front of it and knocked on the door. "As an out-of-state student at the University of Maryland, there was no housing for me in the fall of 1970, so I had to find my own way," he said. Robert's sister, a Gamma Phi Beta, suggested he try the Sigma Chi fraternity, and that's how he ended up at the doorstep of the Sigma Chi house. "I knocked on the door but was told to come in through the front window," he said. "The brothers who were playing Risk on the living room floor told me to go down the hallway and see the Quaestor to put my name on the list as a boarder. I paid my bill in full and, just like that, I had a room for the
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