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Fraternity in the Civil Rights Movement

So I have once more been reading about issues with Greek Life across the country. I have been viewing and reviewing Greek Life positions and taking time to try and discover what the future is for these once grand organizations … Continue reading

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The Pain of Anonymity

Reading several posts about the goings on at the University of Missouri and other institutions around the US has reminded me of the terror which anonymity can strike with. That terror is why many consider the Ku Klux Klang a … Continue reading

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My Attempt to Explain Privilege

*edited* Ok, hopefully at this point you have heard a bit about what has been going on either at Missouri or Yale (preferably both). I would love to explain the issue with a number of comments attempting to nullify or … Continue reading

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Student Affairs Isn’t For You

Originally posted on Higher Education Student Association:
*Disclaimer: This post is based off of the wildly popular blog post Marriage Isn’t For You by Seth Smith. While working in student affairs is not as concrete as marriage, many who work…

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NPHC

So this week is homecoming. We are also celebrating National Pan-Hellenic Council Week. In honor of that I would like to share with my readers, particularly those that may not have spent time learning Fraternity & Sorority Life history, a … Continue reading

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The Challenges of Student Conduct

So in honor of an ongoing Careers in Student Affairs Month, this piece is to relate some of what I have learned during my experience interning with the Office of Student Conduct. Here are some things to consider. Students (and … Continue reading

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Words to inspire in Student Affairs.

I have certain words that have come to represent and inspire me. You have probably heard of a few in my Tattoo Philosophy post. However, I have recently gotten a new phone which has of course led me to rethink … Continue reading

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Dear Fraternities (and Sororities)…

No one should EVER be afraid of reporting us for failing to meet our own standards. See, this happens to include some keep points such as hazing, drinking, drugs, and sexual assault. It is a problem that people actually fear … Continue reading

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Why I cheer

So I am taking a step outside of my usual topics today to discuss something near and dear to my heart: Liverpool Football Club. With the exception of last year, recent campaigns have been a bit of a disappointment for … Continue reading

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Challenge and Support…

So perhaps you have heard about the rather rough start to the year for Texas Tech University Fraternity Life. I recently wrote a post for our local Higher Education Student Association (HESA) about Sexual Assault in Greek Life. If you … Continue reading

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