3 Things I Learned About Progress From The Discomforting Parts Of My Fraternity History.

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Today is my Fraternity’s “Founders’ Day,” and so I and many others have enjoyed watching friends and unknown brothers from across the world share what Delta Sigma Phi means to them. Like all fraternities, our national organization is also hard … Continued

Why We Should Emphatically Support Local Fraternities & Sororities, The Small Businesses of Greek Life

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Economists and politicians alike often suggest that small businesses are “the engine of the American economy.” They are not wrong.  Small businesses and entrepreneurship drive economic growth. Businesses with fewer than 500 employees make up more than 99% of all … Continued

Fraternity Leaders & Professionals Unwittingly Teach Students To Cover Their Tracks Rather Than Own Failure

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Our students and alumni learn to cover their tracks and call it leadership by watching us – the leaders of the fraternity/sorority world. They see how we act and act in the same way and we lecture them for it.

My Fraternity Was Racist; Yours Probably Was Too. Students Need Us To Accept That & Move Forward.

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I enjoy digging through fraternity and sorority archives to learn more about our past, and I can no longer accept how readily we ignore the shame we feel beneath the glowing reviews of our histories. As I mentioned in my … Continued

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