Tess McGrinder, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
While schools are struggling to open with on-campus instruction, social pressures fostered by fraternities and sororities are increasing the threat of COVID-19.
Aubrey Doerr, Chapman University
Supposedly, as of September 1, 2019, chapters across the country associated with the Conference will need to comply with new alcohol regulations.
Fall is Coming: Freshmen, get ready!
Brandon Sasserson, University of New Hampshire
The Ivy League school has phased out all single-sex organizations, but students are fighting back.
Lily Harrington, University of Georgia
As quickly as possible.
Gabriella Evans, Northern Arizona University
After comparing the weights of the women they’ve slept with, members of Zeta Beta Tau who participated in the ‘Pig Roast’ will undergo counseling and more.
Giselle Krachenfels, USC
Meet McKenna Carrigan, the Drake senior and Delta Gamma sister fighting sexual assault, one pair of jeans at a time.
Alyssa Cook, Ball State University
I spoke with two student-athletes—one in Greek life and one not—about how their decisions affected their athletics, academics and social lives.
Jenna Comins-Addis, Indiana University’s first transgender sorority sister, is redefining what it means to go Greek.
Jack Brandon, University of Michigan
The usual m.o. for negative press—pass a self-imposed ban, promise things will be different and then, when the smoke blows over, return to business as usual—might not work this time.
Karen Guan, Southern Methodist University
The emergence of multicultural Greek life has proved to be a haven for students of color.
Bows-N-Ties recently unveiled their Greek tie collection, a line of over eighty ties and bow ties perfect for representing your fraternity and looking sharp at the same time.
Eliana DuBosar, Florida State University
It may have taken me by surprise, but joining Phi Sigma Pi was the best decision I’ve made in college so far.
Christine Ascher, USC
As the founder or co-founder of three separate activist organizations, the UConn student takes social justice to a new level.
Abby Wolfe, Colgate University
Waiting to rush later on in your college career can prove to be easier and more fun.
Don’t let FOMO decide your fate.
Lauren Clohessy, Northern Illinois University
It might be time to adjust the recruitment process.
Alicia Drier, Roosevelt University
The Greek system may still be known more for its extravagant parties than its academic rapport, but students still flock to pledge every fall for one important reason.
Elizabeth Rourk, University of New Haven
When I told my mom I went out with my big, she said it was rude to refer to heavyset people that way.
What to expect when you’re rushing.
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