What if much of what we consider to be hazing were accepted, legal, and regulated? Which practices, policies, and behaviors would be used to thwart danger? Was Aldo Cimino right to suggest that we would be better off embracing and reforming hazing?
Here is a situation: It’s the summer of 2020. The death of George Floyd, Brianna Taylor, and others at the hands of law enforcement are fresh on our minds. Public figures and corporations are doing everything they possibly can to … Continued
Inter/national fraternity organizations are often part of a fraternity umbrella association. I have shared many thoughts on how these associations help and hurt our organizations. (…with a greater emphasis on the “hurt”) One post suggests that the NIC go “co-ed.” … Continued
It seems as if the primary responsibility of most fraternity advisers, advisors, and consultants is to enforce rules. Call it another side effect of ED Delegation Syndrome. Let’s make sense of those terms. Technically, “advisor” and “adviser” mean the same … Continued