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Why Can’t We See Solutions in Plain Sight?

Our chapters and organizations do amazing work in our communities, but we also have our share of problems. Why can’t we see solutions in plain sight? Sometimes the problem is also the answer! When we look at issues on college campuses like alcohol abuse or sexual assaults, our Greek organizations are stacked with leaders on campus that can help to educate others on campus. Peer to peer education works! Let’s talk about educating our Greek members and giving them the tools they need to teach others. For more information, visit our presentations page at www.GreekUniversity.org/presentations or call us at 203-58-GREEK.  

Alpha Tau Omega at Grand Valley Walks 160 Miles for Multiple Sclerosis

Congratulations to the men of ATO at Grand Valley State University! According to this article, over the past four years, they’ve raised over $100,000 for the National Multiple Sclerosis Society. This year the brotherhood pulled in $38,000. While it’s a painful journey and not all the brothers complete all 160 miles, it’s a reminder of what those affected by the disease deal with every day, and this event finds others on campus that want to get involved. Nicely done! Alpha Tau Omega at Grand Valley walks 160 miles for multiple sclerosis: #ATO: https://t.co/Oz59VkLAeh — Michael Ayalon (@GreekUniversity) March 12, 2016

The Leadership Dilemma for all Fraternities and Sororities

SigEp just posted an excellent video yesterday called The Leadership Dilemma, and I think it perfectly summarizes the issues in front of all Fraternities and Sororities today. It’s time well spent to watch the video and share it with others in the Greek Community. We need YOUR leadership to make it happen. Click here to watch it. Watch this SigEp video on the Leadership Dilemma in #Fraternity and #Sorority Life, applies to all orgs: https://t.co/BYsIbddhD9 — Michael Ayalon (@GreekUniversity) March 10, 2016  

Kappa Delta at University of New Hampshire Raise Funds for Child Abuse Prevention

Amazing job by the Alpha Sigma chapter of Kappa Delta at University of New Hampshire. According to this article, it is 5th Annual Dinner and Auction at UNH, and you can see the momentum building each year they host it. The first year they raised $6,000, and last year it went all the way up to $25,000. The silent and live auctions during the Dinner had some excellent prizes, including trips and ski packages that would get anyone interested, and then they added the “dash & dine” component to raise funds through gift certificates at local restaurants. In working with the UNH Greeks, this is what makes them great. It’s their commitment to their values and the ongoing mission of each organization to make a difference in their local community. Way to go! Kappa Delta 5th Annual Dinner and Auction at University of New Hampshire raises funds for child abuse prevention: https://t.co/MleWUaGd75 — Michael Ayalon (@GreekUniversity) March 7, 2016