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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…

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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…

I have a nine-year-old son. He is everything to me. He is a great kid. A Cub Scout, goes to church, received Student of Month last year in the second…

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Facilitation 411

“The purpose of life is to contribute, in some way, to making things better.” – Robert F. Kennedy How can we expect to make a positive difference in the lives of…

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Values Needed

In the early years of America, there was a book called “The New England Primer”. This book was what taught young children not only their grammar, spelling, and vocabulary but…

In our own journey of becoming lifelong members of our organizations, we often forget that we are not the only ones on this trek. Our friends, significant others, and family…

Ask any business owner, and he or she will tell you. The most difficult part of running any business is the people. Employees bring their issues to work, and some…

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