Fraternities suffer from too many rules, too many standards, and the lack of a coherent vision. It’s time for change.
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
It is fascinating how various quests for utopia can bring out the worst in people or groups. As many as 60 million people died in the Soviet Union’s experiment. The Chinese Cultural Revolution, in which dictator Mao Zedong endorsed violence … Continued
In 2018 Kappa Sigma cemented their position as the bad boys among Greek Life professionals (henceforth “FSL”) with the Champion Quest 2018 video. Fraternity thought leaders lambasted the organization on social media. Why would a fraternity create a video which … Continued
Over the course of five minutes I went from business hopeful to business applicant. Then, within 36 hours of filing, I was approved by the state of Indiana to do business. Compare that to my time working for a fraternity: … Continued
While President of my chapter at Stetson University I was called in to a meeting to help determine the winners of the annual awards doled out by our Student Affairs professionals. Stetson staff from a variety of offices, perhaps even … Continued