Scientists will tell you that social media is unhealthy for you; the Fraternity Man says your vices are your own and it’s not Facebook’s fault you have FOMO or needlessly gloat.
The boy could not quite grasp why his entry did not qualify. Had he not put in the proper effort? Did he misread the expectations? Was this a miscommunication or too direct a communication? For three months, the Fraternity Man … Continued
I attended my first Delta Sigma Phi Convention in 2011, just two weeks after starting a full-time position at the Fraternity’s headquarters. Here’s a photo from that time: I wore ill-fitted suits and ran around the smoldering, muggy heat … Continued
Some time ago, a group of young students met somewhere on campus to establish a code of friendship between them. To establish an everlasting bond, they utilized elements of secret societies and religious organizations, cementing their common bonds in … Continued
How are we enabling our students to be model citizens, to affect their city, state or nation, or to be stewards of what is right in society? We “encourage” them. We “educate” them. We “support” them. And yet our … Continued