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.
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
“In 1899 at the City College of New York,” is how I started about half of the gazillion public speeches I gave as a staff member for Delta Sigma Phi. Our story is heartwarming. Fraternities can be obsessive with their … Continued
Utility is one’s friend in the wild, whether hiking in a nearby park or just camping with friends. The Veital Lid, the first product from Veital Designs, can fit on any wide mouth water bottle and incorporates some vital … Continued
I am convinced that there is no line of work that can quite compare to that of working at a fraternity headquarters. I spent five-plus years with one. Add those five-plus years to my time as an undergraduate member … Continued
The fifth tenet of Chief Law is to follow the 10 Commandments of Ethical Leadership. At the core of three of the world’s most popular religions are The 10 Commandments: a series of laws passed down to man to create … Continued
Why is a 2018 dollar bill worth so little compared to a 1913 dollar bill? In short, our banks have created many more dollars, diminishing the demand for and value of “the dollar.” Inflation is not restricted to currency. A … Continued