One of my favorite quotes is from Thomas Jefferson: “I am a great believer in luck. And I find the harder I work, the more I have of it.” Growing…

Class, study, work, chapter, meeting, event, study, repeat. In between those activities, I have to eat, sleep, shower, exercise, and spend time with people I care about. Sometimes called “the…

The term “multicultural Greek” is sometimes used by campus-based professionals as an all-inclusive phrase for anyone who is not a member of a predominately white fraternity or sorority. This loose…

1. Speak your mind with confidence and own your ideas. You are awesome and the world needs you.   2. Ask “Will this matter in a year?” The color of…

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…

These are the months of goal setting, decision making, and promise breaking. College students are getting settled after a lengthy break from school and are embracing their independent lifestyle, sans…

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…

January and February always bring with them the start of a new semester, the excitement of seeing friends, professors, chapter and council members again, and the opportunity to set yourself…

Congratulations. You are now an officer in your chapter. It’s an exciting time as you begin to plot the next year. I can remember my first officer role as Guide…

It’s difficult to watch a newly elected leader barreling into their position, excited about all the great things they want to accomplish, not realizing they are skipping critical steps that…

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