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Fraternity members find amount of time new member spends with girlfriend "pretty gay"

DALLAS – SMU first-year and fraternity New Member Chad Michaels has been accused by his fraternity brothers of spending way too much time with his girlfriend, a habit that all members agree is “pretty gay.” 287 more words

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An "Indepedent" Perspective: experiences of exclusion and stratification as a freshman on campus

According to a recent U.S. News & World Report’s ranking, Washington and Lee University ranked #1 as the university with the highest number of sorority and fraternity participation in the nation. 1,550 more words

A page out of Amirah's photo diary: U of I excursion

Photos by Amirah Zaveri

The constant consumption of java and the various iced teas at Espresso.

The exuberant amounts of late night drunken foods on campus. 108 more words

University Of Illinois

Student Government at the University of Alabama Votes Not to Integrate Greek System

University of Alabama’s Student Government Association (SGA) Senate voted down a resolution that supported the full integration of the school’s Greek system.

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UA Student Government Association Senate Votes Down Resolution to Press for Racial Integration of Greek System Today

The following resolution was put forward today in the University of Alabama Student Government Association Senate to press for the complete racial integration of all University of Alabama Greek letter organizations.   276 more words

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Paladin Justice reblogged this on saboteur365 and commented:

The University of Alabama Student Government has more sense than the Cultural Marxist, politically correct administration.

ATO and Campus Living Are Awkward Partners

When this blog started, I think Alpha Tau Omega (henceforth ATO) was the first renovation in progress that I had ever taken note of, in mid-summer 2008. 680 more words

Cornell

The Greek System Hiding in Plain Site

 

    

 

There is a Fraternity/Sorority system that we see and interact with everyday, but never realize it. They don’t wear Greek letters, don’t have traditional rush events, and their hazing is not the stuff of collegiate legends. 1,618 more words