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Greek Life Today is on a mission to elevate the fraternity and sorority community by sharing inspiring stories from chapters across North America. Join host Jon Moore as he learns what high-performing fraternities and sororities are doing in the areas of philanthropy & community service, social life, alumni relations, recruitment, risk management and more, and learn how you can bring these best practices to your college or university. It’s time for a new generation of Greek Life leaders to s ...
 
"Being sundry explorations, made while afoot and penniless in Florida, Georgia, North Carolina, Tennessee, Kentucky, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania. These adventures convey and illustrate the rules of beggary for poets and some others." Published in 1919, this is poet Vachel Lindsay's description of his travels "afoot and penniless" across the southern and eastern United States, staying with strangers, reciting or trading poetry for dinner, and along the way, describing in stories and poetry, ...
 
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What are the characteristics of a great fraternity and sorority experience? Does it require having a house? Are huge parties a must? What about big-dollar philanthropies or epic tailgates? Greek Life at small colleges might not have any of these things, but it does shine in one aspect: Community. And, after all, community might be ... Read more Gre…
 
In theory, America is a shining light to the rest of the world. In practice, our country and its leaders falls short of that billing. But where do our leaders learn to break their promises? According to photographer Andrew Moisey, this behavior is learned inside the American fraternity. Between 1999 and 2006, Andrew had unprecedented ... Read more …
 
References to Greek Life run rampant on college campuses, and the immediate connotation is almost always related to fraternities and sororities. But how often do we stop to think about why our organizations are identified by Greek letters, or what ancient Greece has to do with how we operate today? Here’s where the Tragos Quest ... Read more Tragos…
 
Over the last few months, I’ve seen instances of fraternities and sororities getting in trouble for things related to free speech on college campuses. While I certainly would never encourage some of the behavior that has been called into question, I have continued to wonder about what kind of protections the first amendment provides these ... Read …
 
At age 6, Amber Mariano knew what she wanted to do with her life: Become president of the United States. In November of 2016, just days after her 21st birthday, she took a great step in that direction when she became the youngest person EVER elected to the Florida House of Representatives. As a sister ... Read more How Amber Mariano of Gamma Phi Be…
 
The fall of 2014 changed everything for two University of Michigan sorority women. One was sexually assaulted and the other had a dear friend disclose their sexual assault to her. Although they didn’t know it at the time, their paths would eventually intersect as they searched for a way to make things better for themselves ... Read more Michigan so…
 
In 2003, Michael Lewis published the book Moneyball: The Art of Winning an Unfair Game, which detailed the efforts of the Oakland Athletics to quantify the game of baseball and eradicate unsubstantiated narratives. In the 15 years since its release, baseball and the world of sports have been revolutionized. Which begs the question: is it ... Read m…
 
The Tale of Mr. Giver is a story I shared at a recent leadership conference. It’s about a family that leaves the busy city in search of a better life. Along the way, Mr. Giver encounters a few people who help shape his worldview. This episode isn’t exactly about Greek Life, but I think it ... Read more The Tale of Mr. Giver The post The Tale of Mr.…
 
On May 6th, 2016, Harvard President Drew Faust announced a controversial policy restricting the opportunities available to members of single-gender organizations. In response, hundreds of undergraduate women took to Harvard Yard to express their concern, unified by the rallying cry of Hear Her Harvard. And with that, a movement was born. To underst…
 
In 2014, US News and World Report estimated that only 13 percent of all undergraduate degrees earned by women were in science, technology, engineering and math. Looking at Greek Life, sorority women in STEM are even less common. With this as a backdrop, you can hopefully understand why this tweet caught my attention. “Together we ... Read more Meet…
 
In May of 2007, things came to a head for Chi Psi at Ole Miss. “It wasn’t one thing, or one event… it was a long, gradual decline in being a fraternity.” The alumni, in partnership with the university and the fraternity’s central office, decided it was time to close. This episode covers a decade ... Read more Inside a fraternity recolonization: Chi…
 
Every day, an estimated 6,200 children around the world die from hunger-related illnesses. In a country like the United States, where we have so much food, it’s hard to imagine how this is possible. Since 2016, Alpha Tau Omega Fraternity at the University of Illinois has been doing their part to address this crisis through their ... Read more Feedi…
 
For more than a decade, Pi Kappa Alpha at the University of Cincinnati has conducted an international mission trip. Through this program, brothers have visited places like Peru and Nepal while performing manual labor for local communities in need. In this episode, we learn about why the trip is so important to the chapter, and we relive the ... Rea…
 
Danni Messina wanted to find an alternative way to join her Tri Delta sisters in supporting St. Jude. Because of some extenuating family circumstances, she wasn’t going to participate in her chapter’s fall philanthropy. Instead, she decided to send out a tweet that would alter the course of her life. this time of year is ... Read more Tri Delta sis…
 
Walk Hard, the philanthropic journey from Alpha Tau Omega, started in the spring of 2009 with a simple idea: “Let’s walk until we can’t walk anymore.” It’s been eight years since three young men set out to walk the 128.3 miles from Troy, Alabama to Panama City Beach, Florida. In that time, the chapter has ... Read more Alpha Tau Omega at Troy walks…
 
“You are braver than you know!” That’s what Kelly Gerken, founder of Sufficient Grace Ministries, often tells the young men of Alpha Sigma Phi at Bowling Green State University. Since 2013, the odd couple — a fraternity and a ministry — have paired up every December to raise money and awareness for families suffering perinatal loss. ... Read more A…
 
In the fall of 2012, Ali Mahmoud received some disappointing news from his friend, Omar. Omar was going to join a fraternity, which Ali thought would compromise his Muslim values. But what other choice did he have? It’s not like there was a Muslim-interest fraternity he could join. And just like that, the idea for Alpha ... Read more Alpha Lambda M…
 
In 1996, a Pi Beta Phi sister at the University of Toledo was killed in a drunk driving accident. Her name was Katie Hoben, and the drunk driver was a fellow UT student. In her honor, and with the goal of preventing more fatal accidents, the sisters created Mocktails / Mock Trial. The program is a ... Read more Pi Beta Phi at Toledo aims to curb dr…
 
In the spring of 2014, long-time Sigma Alpha Epsilon advisor Bob Dax was diagnosed with ALS. Devastated by the news, the Brothers dedicated their 2014 philanthropy, Donut Dash, to Bob and set their sights on raising $100,000 for ALS research that year. This is the story of how they reached that goal and, ultimately, raised ... Read more Sigma Alpha…
 
The Greek Life Today podcast is officially ready for launch! In this introductory episode, I share the mission of this project and my journey to launching it. In short, I believe that fraternities and sororities have massive potential to transform college students into leaders, and solve problems in our communities. That said, I think they ... Read…
 
In this season finale of the FSL Podcast, trainer and curriculum designer extraordinaire Erin Fischer joins the show to provide straightforward ideas on curriculum design and implementation. Erin Fischer is the owner and CEO of The Leadership and Training Studio, an Indy-based training, development, and curriculum designing organization. A lover of…
 
In this episode, part of a three-part series highlighting advisor thoughts on the fraternity experience, I interview Robert Braswell, advisor to the Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Inc. and Gamma Phi Omega International Sorority Inc. chapters at Illinois State University.
 
In this episode, Brittany Barnes and Erin McHale join for a conversation about toxic belongingness, what it is, how it affects individuals and organizations, and what we might do about it. Erin McHale serves as Coordinator for Fraternity and Sorority Life Programs at the University of Iowa. She advises multiple councils, with focuses on recruitment…
 
In this Pi Day episode, the members of Nerd City get together to explore questions around engagement, advice to professionals and members, and the nature of calling in FSL. The Nerd City members are: Donald Abels - Coordinator, Fraternity/Sorority Life, University of Mississippi James Crawford - Assistant Director, Greek Life, Vanderbilt University…
 
This week, on the FSL Podcast, Ashlee Canty joins us for a conversation about the importance of diversity within chapters, the role that advisors can play in emphasizing diversity and inclusion, and some practical suggestions for increasing the focus on diversity and inclusion within a chapter and community. Ashlee Canty serves as the Director of D…
 
This week, Jess Pettitt and Stevie Tran join the show to discuss gender identity and some items to consider and improve for professionals, students, and organizations. Stevie Tran is a practicing attorney based in New York City who pursued the issue of trans membership as a result of her membership at Arizona State and continued alumna involvement …
 
In this episode, Veronica Moore, the Association of Fraternity/Sorority Advisor's most recent past president joins the show to reflect on her time on the Association board and to offer some challenges and encouragement for the future of fraternity and sorority life. Veronica has served as the AFA President for the past two years, with her term endi…
 
In this episode, Ben Pendry and Cassie Gerhardt, both members of the AFA Foundation, join to discuss the importance of connecting donors with values and to provide an inside look at the work and wins of the AFA Foundation. Note: you can give to the AFA Foundation by going to afa1976.org/donate
 
Chris Medrano joins the podcast to provide a primer on multicultural Greek-letter organizations, some of the struggles they face, and how fraternity/sorority professionals can better support them. Chris Medrano serves as the Associate Director for Fraternity and Sorority Life at Florida International University. She is a proud member of Gamma Eta S…
 
Steve Whitby joins us for a conversation about our role as FSL educators and the importance of fostering good stories. Steve Whitby is a storyteller who puts his twenty years of on-the-ground leadership development work into action by challenging people to make real changes by better understanding their own role in the story. He has a passion for c…
 
On this episode, Wendi Kinney joins us for a conservation about long term service in FSL, her experiences working with local fraternities and sororities, and the need for continued volunteering in the FSL field. Wendi Kinney has worked at SUNY Geneseo since 2001, currently as the Assistant Dean of Students for Fraternal Life and Off Campus Services…
 
This week, Adam McCready joins the show to discuss organizational socialization and its implications for our work with new member and officer education. He pulls from his research on joining to provide some insights into the important components of the socialization experience. Adam McCready is a doctoral student at Boston College. Prior to beginni…
 
This week, Ginny Carroll, founder and CEO of Circle of Sisterhood joins the FSL Podcast for a conversation about innovation, relationships, and the inspiring work sorority women are involved in in removing barriers to women's education across the globe. Ginny Carroll is the Founder of Circle of Sisterhood and served on the board of Trustees from 20…
 
John Shertzer, creator and writer for the Fraternal Thoughts blog, joins the FSL Podcast to talk about the powerful experience of fraternal membership, to provide some challenges for professionals around innovation, and to share his thoughts on the future of the fraternal movement. Find the Fraternal Thoughts blog at - fraternalthoughts.blogspot.co…
 
This week, Jeffrey Cufaude joins the FSL podcast for a conversation about intentionality in learning and development and finding your deep dive to master. Jeffrey Cufaude is an architect of ideas. He has served as the executive director of two national associations and as a student affairs staff member at two large public universities before beginn…
 
This week, on the FSL Podcast, we look ahead to the summer withDan Wrona sharing thoughts on intentional professional developmentand some important areas of focus. Dan Wrona serves as CEO and Project Leader for RISEPartnerships. Since co-founding the company in 2000, he has ledtraining and consulting projects on more than 200 campuses. Hespecialize…
 
This week, assessment mavens Annie Carlson Welch and Ari Stillman join the podcast to discuss the need for assessment in FSL, diverse ways to gather data, and what to do with all the data you've got. Annie Carlson Welch currently serves as Assistant Director for Assessment in Exploratory Studies at North Carolina State University. She served a FSL …
 
This week, Dr. Frank Shushok, Virginia Tech University, joins the podcast to discuss student learning and development in fraternity/sorority life and how we can embrace our roles as educators on a continual basis. Dr. Frank Shushok serves as senior associate vice president for student affairs and associate professor of higher education at Virginia …
 
Two of the gentlemen of the mastermind group Nerd City (James Crawford and Logan Davis) jump into the FSL Podcast to offer and answer deep questions about fraternity/sorority life and leadership. James Crawford serves as Coordinator of Greek Life at Vanderbilt University. Logan Davis serves as Assistant Director of Education and Development for Pre…
 
Byron Hughes joins the FSL Podcast to discuss his relational and direct approach to student advising, the need for intentionality in FSL, and the Legacy Report process for measuring chapter success. Byron Hughes serves as the Director of Fraternity/Sorority Life at Virginia Tech University. He has previous served in roles focusing on housing/reside…
 
At the largest gathering of fraternity/sorority leaders, three student leaders share their thoughts on challenges, opportunities, and relevance in fraternity/sorority life. Student voices include the Purdue University IFC VP of Risk Management, the Purdue University Panhellenic VP of Scholarship, and the University of Texas - Dallas IFC President.…
 
This week, Judson Horras joins the FSL Podcast to discuss the process behind the creation of the NIC 2.0 and how its priorities will impact the fraternal movement. Judson currently serves as the Executive Director of the NIC. Previously, he was the Administrative Secretary (Executive Director) for Beta Theta Pi…
 
This week, Ellen Barlow joins the FSL Podcast for a conversation about transitioning into that first role after graduate school, using brotherhood and sisterhood better, and tackling innovation challenges in our profession. Ellen Barlow currently serves as the Assistant Director of Education and Leadership for Kappa Alpha Theta. She is dedicated to…
 
This week, Dr. Ann Marie Klotz joins the podcast for a conversation about innovation and empowerment in higher education and fraternity/sorority life. Dr. Ann Marie Klotz serves as the Dean for Campus Life at New York Institute of Technology. She is a believer in the transformative power of higher education. Her work and research focus on empowerin…
 
This week, participants on the Association of Fraternity/Sorority Advisors and Delta Upsilon Global Service Immersion trip provide reflection and insights gained on our weeklong journey and service for a member of the Negril community. Participants explore global citizenship, their growth as individuals, and the impact of the trip on lives in the J…
 
This week, Todd Henry, AFA Annual Meeting keynote speaker joins us to discuss innovation and being our best selves. Todd Henry teaches leaders and organizations how to establish practices that lead to everyday brilliance. He is the author of three books (The Accidental Creative, Die Empty, and Louder Than Words) which have been translated into more…
 
In this episode, a conversation with Anne Arseneau about student and professional leadership development, using even the little things to help students grow, and exploring the #notitleneeded leadership concept. Anne Arseneau is the Director of Student Leadership Development at William and Mary. She was the 2014 recipient of the Association of Frate…
 
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