Gallup: Fraternity Men Are More Likely To Suffer From Alcoholism. What Have We Done Since That Survey?

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“We must utilize the most powerful force for positive change – student leadership, but we will need to take strong action to provide guidance and an effective framework for that leadership and governance.” – Judson Horras, NIC President & CEO 

Study: ‘Rise In Student Perfectionism Since 1990’s’ & How Greek Life Can Help Course Correct

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  I was never paid to get a “C,” nor an “A” or “B.” If I wasn’t working as my parents had when they were children, I was at least expected to excel at my childhood work: school work. 

Why Have 84% of Deaths Due To Hazing Occurred At Public Institutions & Should We Ban Them?

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Ohio State University recently placed a moratorium on fraternity activities due to the sheer number of investigations taking place. It joins a list of exclusively public, flagship institutions in 2017 to take such action, though unlike Louisiana State and Florida … Continued

Student Choice: A New Era of Fraternity Accreditation. Think “Cultural Credits”

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While a student at Stetson University I was expected to complete a certain number of “Cultural Credits” to graduate. These credits were awarded for attending any number of programs or events within a week, including speakers or visiting a local … Continued

Shrink To Grow – My Experience Running Greenfeather at Stetson

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I often suggest, on this website and elsewhere, that fraternities and sororities are operationally bloated and that our attention often turns to how much more our governing headquarters or campus offices can do or charge or spend.

Do Sororities “Do Things The Right Way”?

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You may hear it as a student fraternity member. You’re more likely to hear it if you are a student fraternity leader. You are destined to hear it if you work within Fraternity & Sorority Life on a campus, at … Continued

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