Values

In the fall of 2008, I was an undergraduate student at Florida State University, and I had just been elected as the president of my chapter. The first piece of…

There is a pop-up museum in Los Angeles called the Museum of Failure. Wall to wall, floor to ceiling failures, filled with testaments of attempted successes and abysmal failures. As…

What if we told you there is a key (or cycle) to failure? And what if we told you there was a way to unlock your potential and see failure…

Jack is junior planning on graduating at the end of the next year. He is an engineering major, and he feels a lot of pressure to find a summer internship…

Timothy and Rachel are juniors who have been best friends since they met the first week of freshman year. Timothy had been an art major, but he has decided that…

Two freshman roommates are about to have a conflict of epic proportions. Accusations are flying. The Roommate Agreement has been ripped to shreds, and the previous comfortable coexistence has been…

When I was growing up, my mother would say that a couple should go canoeing together before deciding to get married. This advice would come up in equal amounts on…

On December 4th , 2017, an article from U.S. News and World Report titled, “Is Greek Life Worth Saving?” highlighted events such as Timothy Piazza’s death at Penn State, a…

While my time of serving as Panhellenic President at Washington State University comes to an end, I find myself reflecting on the lessons I learned, experiences I have had, and…

Values

Every Day Greek

For the past two decades, I have been a supporter of the fraternal experience. I’m a true believer. I’m the type of true believer who can sit for hours and…

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