Fraternity education is highly centralized and generally wasteful. Focusing funds and learning decisions at the chapter level may increase fundraising and program efficacy.
Podcasts are an accepted form of media today. More than 100 millions Americans listened to a podcast within the last month. Neilson reported in 2017 that 50% of U.S. homes are “podcast fans.” That reach has attracted fraternity and sorority … Continued
What a guy right? Simon Sinek may have led one of the most insightful and impactful TED Talks. It certainly struck a chord within Greek Life, and has been a part of almost every leadership conference I’ve attended.(somewhere near 100) … Continued
Leaders and professionals who deal with Greek Life have a relatively predictable response pattern to crises. Take our responses to hazing and substance misuse as an example. Several fraternity organizations adopted alcohol-free housing policies after a string of hazing deaths … Continued
I never drank “Nile Juice” from the penis of a statue of a Sphinx. It was never on my bucket list, but the way alumni describe the expired tradition is weirdly enchanting. We would hear about the juice at Homecoming … Continued
Students run fraternities. They recruit the members, put the work into our good statistics, and ultimately own our future. That ownership is not represented in fraternity leadership. Most fraternity governing boards consist of men several generations removed from the college … Continued