Students, Greek chapters push back against sexual assault in Athens

Anxiety has pervaded Athens and the Ohio University campus in recent weeks in the wake of six sexual assaults reported to Athens and OU...

Kappa Delta Rho supporting suicide awareness

In memory of Peyton Rumachik ’18, a brother of the Kappa Delta Rho (KDR) fraternity at the University who lost his life to suicide...

High Point’s Sigma Nu donates $13,000 to American Heart Association

HIGH POINT, N.C. – A High Point University fraternity has given back to a local nonprofit after a personal experience. HPU’s Sigma Nu raised $13,000 through...

Wayne State Pikes run for a reason

MEMPHIS, TN — Pi Kappa Alpha International Fraternity recently highlighted Delta Nu Chapter (Wayne State). President Gareth Martin ’17 shares the history...

CSU-San Marcos chapter raises $20K for memorial

Sigma Alpha Epsilon's most recent John O. Moseley Award for Fraternity Zeal winning chapter continues to build on its young, rich history....
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ATO Walks Hard 2018: Grand Valley State

ATO Walks Hard is a one hundred and sixty mile, eight day walk from Traverse City, Michigan, to the Allendale Campus of Grand Valley...

Movember Makes a Return to Phi Kappa Psi

Men are simply dying too young from prostate cancer, testicular cancer, and suicide. Though these issues are critical, they are not often discussed among...

AGR Brothers Raise $16,000 for Disabled Farmers

Farming is a tough occupation both mentally and physically. Heavy lifting, repetitive motion, dangerous tasks, and long hours of physical labor take a toll...

USU fraternity to host weekend holiday concert to benefit orphan

A Utah State University fraternity is putting on a holiday concert with proceeds going to help an orphan with Down syndrome. The Starry Night Concert,...

Life coach teaches how to live ‘A Life of Love’

In a competition and consumption-based society, it can be easy to lose sight of what makes someone human. Kennesaw...

Brothers embark on 3,600-mile cross country ride for Alzheimer’s

Tucker and Parker Phelps do a lot together. The Frankfort brothers, who were homeschooled, are both majoring in nursing at Western Kentucky...

Football? Engineering? Wil Young chose both … and made history

CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. — Wil Young didn’t go to college to make history. He just wanted to play football and earn a degree.
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