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FSL Feature: Phi Kappa Psi

United by friendship:

Since being charted at Virginia Commonwealth University in 2012, the brothers of Phi Kappa Psi, part of the Interfraternity Council, have made a distinct impression as both committed scholars and leaders. 501 more words


USC&A Presents FSL Features: Sigma Gamma Rho

At Virginia Commonwealth University, we are home to 40 international fraternities and sororities hosted through USC&A’s Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life. These chapters, which represent memberships in four national councils, including Interfraternity Council, Multicultural Greek Council, National Pan-Hellenic Council and Panhellenic Association, each pride themselves on individuality, while recognizing common values and principles within the campus community. 765 more words


A look at UM Greek life

Brian Romski

Greek life at the University of Mississippi plays an important role in many students’ college experience. It can help them grow as individuals and create life long relationships. 73 more words


The Singing Fraternity

Sigma Alpha Epsilon’s problems aren’t limited to the University of Oklahoma. And they stretch back decades.
March 10, 2015
by Jake New
Inside Higher Ed…
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Racist incidents raise questions about SAE culture

Correction: An earlier version of this story stated that SAE was the country’s oldest fraternity.

Sigma Alpha Epsilon, one of  the country’s oldest fraternities, is under fire for an issue rippling across campuses nationwide: racism. 1,334 more words


UM fraternity houses are enforcing new rules for upcoming fall semester

Emily Schrimsher

Fraternities on the University of Mississippi campus may have new rules to follow next year. The university is taking precautions by creating new rules to keep students safe during fraternity events. 329 more words


Yale SAE Fraternity Accused of Admitting 'White Girls Only' At Halloween Party

A Yale fraternity is facing investigation from national advisors after allegations that they turned students of color away from the door at a Halloween party. 203 more words