The saying is, “Knowledge is power,” but it should really be, “Knowledge is potential,” because what a leader does with what they have learned is far more relevant than the trivial knowledge that they’ve acquired.
I remember watching a television series detailing the rise and fall (or sustainability) of gangs throughout America. After learning more about gangs I came to a realization: “Gangs are fraternities.” A recent article in the Atlantic made a similar point, … Continued
Almost every alumnus will be called upon to give their time or to give financially to their fraternity or sorority – bound by an oath many made before they were able to drink (legally). We regularly plug said oaths and … Continued