Being from a small liberal arts university and being a part of an even smaller fraternity/sorority community than most universities, I have gotten many great opportunities serving as a fraternal…

Leadership has been the buzzword of my undergraduate career. Whether it is Sunday night chapter meeting or a speaker at Greek Week, hearing leadership advice is very common. One of…

Recently, I attended a weekend of events that helped transition our undergraduate students to alumni at my alma mater. The room was filled with students bursting with passion, drive and…

So many people will tell you that college is the best time of your life. While I agree, I also know there are valuable lessons that you will learn. Some…

  As a leader, undergraduate or professional, it’s easy to get lost in your titles. We are so confined to our professional identities that sometimes people fail to see the…

Joining the IFC executive board as the Vice-President of Inclusion and Brotherhood for my fraternity/sorority community at Mizzou was a harrowing and absolutely horrifying task for me. Not only did…

It is hard to believe that I will be graduating from college! I have gained an abundance of knowledge and insight in my undergraduate years at Valparaiso University. However, even…

Values

Act As If…

“To be a great champion, you must believe you are the best. If you’re not, pretend you are.” -Muhammad Ali, Boxer and Activist I started my job knowing nothing about…

I am a failure. Yes, it is true. I have failed and will fail at many things in my life. There is one thing that makes all my failures different….

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…

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