Harvard has reversed it’s policy, fearing courts would consider it discriminatory. Unfortunately, its women’s clubs have already suffered at a disproportionate rate.
I paid to hang out with 40-60 people in college. It was a wise, long-term investment. Those who scoff at the idea of “paying for friends” (joining a fraternity) don’t connect the dots. “Time is money,” so any time you … Continued
Which schools are friendliest to fraternities? How can we support the fair treatment of students who wish to join a fraternity? Introducing “Fraternity Friendliness” scores, from FraternityMan.com Each month, we’ll take a look at the policies and costs associated with … Continued
It’s been almost nine years since I started blogging about the structure and politics of Fraternity/Sorority Life. Many things have changed in the years since I launched “BondFraternal.org” in 2011. I think I am better at naming websites, for example. … Continued
Some of us consider our fraternity experience to be the defining moment of our time in college. We are lucky – lucky to have attended college – lucky to receive an invitation to a fraternity (sort of) – lucky to … Continued
The United States of America was my mother’s first true home. She grew up as an Assyrian, Christian woman in Iraq, a region in which her people had lived for thousands of years. Assyrians have been targeted throughout history, perhaps … Continued