The Pink Panther, The Plex, Hotel California, Gains Palace, The Fortress, Frat Castle, The Frateau, The Gent, The Empire, The Igloo. These are the names given to the houses that now hold the proud members of Arizona State University’s Fraternities. They reside in places like master-leased apartment complexes, a former motel, and multiple houses that border the Tempe campus, housing anywhere from four to forty-five members. These thirteen brotherhoods that hold approximately 100 members each is testing the steadfast persistency of groups of men living an infamously crazy lifestyle. I have come to notice that there is a certain side of this lifestyle most do not witness. Specifically, the party aftermath the men wake up to, also known as the ‘Greek ruins’, the complexity of college men and their path of transition into manhood, and a ruthless adaptive quality the men obtain in order to make their college experience one to remember. I find that in the more quiet and mundane moments are when the human aspect of these places really come to light. The way the figures lay in the arms of the interiors challenge my question of whether these places have been defined as a kind of home to these men, or if these places have just been subdued to another ruin along the path of the fraternity man’s existence. I think it’s safe to say the fraternities of Arizona State are showing these residences a type of living their developers never thought they would endure.