Yet, despite these positive aspects of Greek life, sororities and fraternities can't ...
these 15 frightening facts prove there's more to fraternities and sororities than ...
and those living in a sorority or fraternity house experience the most negative ...
Mar 26, 2015 ... That's because fraternities and sororities, on balance, make life worse on ... But
you can get all those things from college without joining a frat or sorority. ... of
Oklahoma or Dartmouth, but the frats still struck me as bad places ...
Dec 3, 2011 ... If sororities (or fraternities) encourage things like anorexia and binge .... Before
quibbling about what good or bad Greek societies do, I'd like to ...
Mar 10, 2015 ... SAE's fraternity at the University of Oklahoma is closing after a racist chant was
caught on camera, ... Greek Life: 5 things parents should know.
Apr 17, 2015 ... Fraternity brother: Bad headlines about Greek life are good for us ... and
combined together, we can accomplish great things for our universities ...
Feb 21, 2014 ... I have friends now who were in fraternities and sororities back in the day, ... that
fraternities often seem to concentrate and bring out the worst in the ... Tellingly,
the material facts of these complaints are rarely in dispute; what is ...
It takes a certain kind of personal-injury lawyer to look at the facts of this glittering
night .... the vexing question “why don't colleges just get rid of their bad
fraternities? ..... "With a social scene dominated by fraternities and sororities (a
way of life ...
Apr 15, 2015 ... Or, in its less generous form: one bad apple spoils the entire barrel. ... About 44
percent of fraternity and sorority members who work full time are .... provide
indicate that Greek organizations do fantastic things for its members.
Sep 30, 2014 ... "The problems that fraternities and sororities are facing exist outside of the Greek
system as ... "The really negative things are really so awful.
You've heard the good, the bad and the ugly. It's time to ... You'll meet people
during the rush process and at “Greek” activities, both in sororities and fraternities