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Fraternal “umbrella” organizations unanimously support new anti-hazing legislation

REP. PATRICK MEEHAN (R-PA.) AND REP. MARCIA FUDGE (D-OHIO) INTRODUCE THE REPORT AND EDUCATE ABOUT CAMPUS HAZING (REACH) ACT

NIC back anti-hazing legislation

Indianapolis, June 19, 2017—The North American Interfraternity Conference strongly supports the Report and Educate About Campus Hazing (REACH) Act of 2017, bipartisan...

Dominic Green joins NIC Campus Support Team as VP for Mid-Atlantic and Northeast

Indianapolis, April 19, 2017—Known throughout the higher education community for his commitment to interfraternalism and leadership development, Dominic Greene will soon bring...

NIC condemns Harvard policy shift

STATEMENT FROM JUDSON HORRAS, NIC PRESIDENT & CEO CONTACT:Heather Kirk, Chief Communication Officerheather.kirk@nicfraternity.org Indianapolis, March...

Letter from NIC President on blanket, community-wide actions

March 1, 2017 Good afternoon, A lot of you, our campus partners, have asked for “the...

‘Change leader’ Blaine Ayers to join NIC team

Indianapolis, Jan. 10, 2017—After five years as Sigma Alpha Epsilon Executive Director—during which he led the fraternity’s evolution in critical areas—Blaine Ayers...

Veronica Moore to join NIC team as Director of Emerging & Culturally-based Fraternal Initiatives

Indianapolis, Dec. 12, 2016—Exhibiting strong commitment to emerging and culturally-based fraternities, the North American Interfraternity Conference (NIC) welcomes Veronica Moore to its...

Collaborative effort brings College Panhellenic and IFC officer training to regional conferences

Indianapolis, Oct. 5, 2016—The National Panhellenic Conference (NPC), North American Interfraternity Conference (NIC) and four regional interfraternal leadership programs are partnering to...

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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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