1. The Chapter House project is finally beginning the first stages of design review with the ever-stringent (or picky, pending your view) Ithaca Landmarks Preservation Council. 1,297 more words
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Aug. 31, 2015
When I was an undergraduate at Emory University in Atlanta, the fraternities had a little Sunday morning ritual called the “Walk of Shame.” After all the big Saturday night parties, brothers would drag lawn chairs into the front yards of their campus frat houses and berate women who were walking down Frat Row, heading home the following morning. 2,333 more words
I’m ten days into my whirlwind gypsy tour of LA, and I’m finally riding the waves of uncertainty better than I was at the beginning. (Just in case you didn’t read… 638 more words
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That tree is so perfect for lynching,” one note read.
You can never trust a n***** as far as you can throw them,” scribbled another.
Frat Boy Admits Singing a Racist Song about Lynching Ni**ers Was a “Horrible Mistake"--But Was the Incident Indicative of More Widespread Racism in the Greek System...and the Country?
By Elaine Magliaro
In his article titled The Ugly, Racist, Deadly History of Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Jake New provides a brief history of the college fraternity. 1,356 more words