Why We Should Emphatically Support Local Fraternities & Sororities, The Small Businesses of Greek Life

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Economists and politicians alike often suggest that small businesses are “the engine of the American economy.” They are not wrong.  Small businesses and entrepreneurship drive economic growth. Businesses with fewer than 500 employees make up more than 99% of all … Continued

Fraternity Leaders & Professionals Unwittingly Teach Students To Cover Their Tracks Rather Than Own Failure

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Our students and alumni learn to cover their tracks and call it leadership by watching us – the leaders of the fraternity/sorority world. They see how we act and act in the same way and we lecture them for it.

A “Higher Standard” Is A Personal Commitment. (Why Fraternities Are Leaving WVU)

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The issue is not that fraternity members wish to be regressive heathens who kill their own members. The issue is that some students are held to different standards than others, that many are aware of it, that they are pushing against those policies, and that we are responding by disparaging people as if they were simply regressive heathens determined to kill their own members.

4 Questions For The North American Inter-Fraternity Conference (NIC)

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The NIC is our compass and our captain (their words). Unfortunately, the crew (the students) may never come to learn how to operate the ship, let alone where it is going until it has already gotten there. It is impossible to speak on behalf of people to which you refuse to listen.

3 Ways The NIC & Piazza Family Can Improve Their Coalition To Prevent Dangerous Hazing

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The coalition is great in its concept, but it relies too heavily on others to act for anything to change. We can change how we are insured, we can change how we report statistics, and we can influence what qualifies for “standards” and why generic, catch-all checklists impede the progress of the fraternity experience.

I Love My People – I Wear My Letters | #MyFraternity

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The friendships I built due in part to the activities of our national organization are what I cherish most, and so on this day when we are asked to tweet “#myFraternity” I will say that My Fraternity – the friendships – will survive well beyond the 501(c)(7) organization of the same name.

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