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Using Crises to Refine Strategy | Supporting Your Fraternity-Sorority Councils

Moments of crisis can provide an opportunity to reflect on the strategy behind your work and evaluate...

Why Coronavirus Will Change Higher Education More Than the Great Recession

Was presented Mar 26, 2020, 2:00 PM ET The first installment of The Chronicle’s four-part virtual forum series....

Connecting through Closures and Chaos

Connecting through Closures and Chaos: How Fraternities and Sororities can Bring us Back to Normal

Covid-19, the Economy, and the Nonprofit World

Was held Mar 26, 2020, 3:30 PM ET Hosted by The Chronicle of Philanthropy.As the outbreak of the...

Crisis on Campus: College Students and Mental Health

Nearly 40% of U.S. college students report being unable to function due to depression1. With an average...

PhiredUpFridays – On-Line Fraternity/Sorority Growth Education

During this Coronavirus/COVID-19 “social distancing” period, Phired Up knows that fraternity/sorority members will continue to desire engaging...

Staying in Touch and Navigating Remote Community Operations

As campuses have moved to remote classes and guidance related to COVID-19 continues to evolve, let’s come...

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Students Win! Harvard drops social group sanctions policy

Monday, plaintiffs in the federal case challenging Harvard’s sanctions policy that punishes students for joining single-sex social organizations filed a motion for...

NIC takes further actions to support diversity, equity and inclusion

Today, America continues to face the issue of racism and as fraternity men we must acknowledge and denounce all forms of hate and intolerance. We...

Statement regarding the announced deferred recruitment at Slippery Rock University

Without seeking input or discussion with impacted students, Slippery Rock University has announced that beginning in fall 2020 it will restrict access to one...

Living our Fraternal Values.

Today, America continues to face the issue of racism which reminds us as fraternity men we must acknowledge and denounce all forms...