As college students deal with more anxiety, depression and feelings of social isolation, a new study found fraternity affiliated students report higher levels of positive mental health along with lower rates of depression and anxiety.

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RESOLUTION: By September 1, 2018, each NIC member fraternity will adopt and implement a medical Good Samaritan Policy.WHY?: Nothing should stand in the way of students...

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Fraternity members report higher levels of positive mental health and support

As college students deal with more anxiety, depression and feelings of social isolation, a new report from the Postsecondary Education Research Center (PERC) at...

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