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Todd Shelton promoted to Chief Communication Officer

Indianapolis, January 17, 2019— The North American Interfraternity Conference (NIC) announces the promotion of Todd Shelton to the role of Chief Communication Officer...

Fraternities unanimously adopt Health and Safety Guidelines

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEJan. 10, 2019Heather Kirk, Chief Communication Officer317.872.1112; Heather.kirk@nicfraternity.org INDIANAPOLIS—In a historic decision, the 66 fraternities of the...

Ashlee Canty takes on Campus VP role in the Northeast

Indianapolis, October 31, 2018—Known throughout the higher education community for her commitment to leadership development and interfraternalism, Ashlee Louise Canty will bring...

On Greeks and academic performance, national data tells a different story

We read with interest the Chronicle of Higher Education’s interview with William E. Even about the recent study he and Austin Smith published about...

Parents who lost sons to hazing join fraternities and sororities to form Anti-Hazing Coalition

New York—In an unprecedented partnership, four families who have lost their sons to hazing are coming together with fraternities and sororities to...

NIC fraternities ban hard alcohol in decisive action

Indianapolis—In an important, decisive action to enhance health and safety in fraternity communities, the North American Interfraternity Conference (NIC) recently adopted a...

Clark J. Brown joins NIC team as General Counsel

Indianapolis, May 29, 2018—Clark J. Brown will join the North American Interfraternity Conference (NIC) team as General Counsel beginning Aug. 31. In...

Todd Shelton joins NIC team as Senior Director of Communication

Indianapolis, March 7, 2018—Fraternity Communications Association (FCA) President Todd Shelton will bring nearly two decades of strategic communication experience to the North-American...

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Booking the parents for speaking engagements

Through the Love, Mom & Dad program, parents share their very personal stories of how hazing has impacted their families and lives,...

Statement on racially offensive photos

The North American Interfraternity Conference is deeply disappointed by offensive photos that have recently resurfaced involving fraternity men from decades ago.

Statement on previously dismissed claims against Yale and fraternities

Three female students filed suit today against Yale University and nine fraternities seeking to make fraternity membership co-ed among other issues.

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