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4 Myths About Greek Life Explained, by a Pledge

As a rather impressionable individual who was raised on books and movies, I can say without a doubt that American pop culture certainly paints college greek life in a certain way that is pretty far from the truth. 760 more words

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Wesleyan orders residential fraternities to become coed

Wesleyan University in Connecticut on Monday ordered its residential fraternities to become coeducational within the next three years.

The move was announced in a letter to the university community… 315 more words


Taking Time

Americans never take their time.

Go, go, go! They always have somewhere to be, someone to see, or something to do. They have something going on every second of their day. 627 more words


Proving ourselves as Chi Psi Gentlemen

National Hazing Prevention Week (NHPW) is September 22-26, 2014! NHPW is an opportunity for campuses, schools, communities, organizations and individuals to raise awareness about the problem of hazing, education others about hazing, and promote the prevention of hazing. 392 more words

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Inaugural Post: Getting to the Greek

Eastern Kentucky University hosted its first annual Greek 101 on September 20th, 2014. The event invited new members of Panhellenic, Interfraternity and National Pan-Hellenic sororities and fraternities to learn what it takes to be an effective leader within their organization. 110 more words

Why my sisters are still my sisters

A week ago today, I resigned my membership to my sorority permanently. This means I can never be reinstalled, I am not allowed to rush another sorority, I am not an alumni, and my family members will not be considered legacy. 260 more words

Someone Else's Turn

I’m not heading back to Bloomington this weekend. That fact has brought me close to tears multiple times today. I wouldn’t be at Sweet’n’Low, I don’t get to help target how to reach freshman this fall, I wouldn’t be gathering and following up contacts, and I wouldn’t get to watch as God grabs the hearts of students at IU. 484 more words