10 questions with new IFC President Nate Brodsky

Penn State’s Interfraternity Council elected its next president next month. And although Acacia’s Nate Brodsky doesn’t begin his term until next semester, he has a...
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Minnesota football’s 4-time cancer survivor

Sigma Phi Epsilon Casey O'Brien has defeated cancer four times, and that doesn't stop him from being around the game he loves as a member...

Ben LeSage, Sigma Chi

Where are you from? Calgary, Alberta What year and field of study are you in? I’m in the 5th and final year of the Mechatronics Engineering program, and have also...

Phi Mu Delta most impactful aspect of student’s life

Pharmacy major Avery Meadows’ college experience at Ohio Northern University never would’ve been complete without his involvement in Greek life through Phi Mu Delta fraternity....

Turning action into art

Graphic design whiz Andrew Cho has interesting conflict on tap as Washington State hosts UCLA PULLMAN – He won’t be the...

Leadership profile: Julius Wibisono, Lehigh University

In an effort to highlight the young leaders who are leading undergraduate chapters across the nation, we at Watch The Yard reached out to the...

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.

Once a homeless teen dad, fraternity founder graduates

SAN MARCOS, Calif. - When Alpha Sigma Phi member Stephen "Vee" Vandereb steps up to the microphone to deliver the commencement speech to his fellow...

In Profile: Dakota Weinman

Dakota Weinman, a member of Sigma Alpha Epsilon, is a second-year student and swimmer on the Case Western Reserve University men’s swimming and diving team....

ECU grad didn’t let cancer keep him out of the classroom

GREENVILLE, N.C. — Delta Sigma Phi brother Evan Newsome is celebrating entering the next phase of his life in more ways than one. Following May...

Philly Faces: Adam Fishbein

Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity brother Adam Fishbein wants to advocate for people with disabilities and influence disability policy in the public or nonprofit sector.

PIKE brother gains experience in endowed scholarship

Benjamin Jacobs is a senior medical biology major at the University of South Dakota and a Pi Kappa Alpha brother. Last summer, he was selected...
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