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

What Gets Measured Gets Managed: Those Years I Managed Teen Lifeguards

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It was my third or fourth day as a lifeguard, my tan was hitting its stride, and I came to the final stop in my rotation around the pool before I could take a break out of the sun. I … Continued

3 Things to Track Instead of Service Hours

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  I’ve tracked some 500 hours across the spectrum of high school and college – and I don’t feel like much of a better person for doing it. I feel more like someone trying to have my sense of entitlement … 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

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

Fraternities Should Invest In Parent/Guardian Relationships & Sunset Marriage to Higher Education

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The Dear Colleague Letter sent out under Barack Obama’s Department of Education can be credited with inspiring thousands of conference programs along with an equal number of defamation lawsuits against universities. 

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