Fraternity Foodie

Check out our latest podcast interviews (and food suggestions) from all over North America!

Beatty Cohan: How can college students choose compatible partners who share the same values?

Welcome to episode # 90 of Fraternity Foodie! Today we are talking about dating, love, and relationships in college with us a nationally recognized psychotherapist who has been practicing psychotherapy for over 35 years. Beatty Cohan has a Master’s degree in Clinical Social Work from McGill University in Montreal, Canada and post-graduate specialization in marriage and family therapy and sexual dysfunction. She treats adolescents and adults of all ages and stages in life whose problems include depression, anxiety, early childhood sexual abuse, addictions of every kind including sex, drugs and alcohol, and relationship/sexual issues. We find out why dating violence is happening with frequency on college campuses, how to make an accurate assessment of your partner, how you can determine how compatible you are with a partner on things like lifestyles, religious beliefs, interests, money concerns, and careers, whether there is such a thing as a perfect partner, how you can help students struggling with alcohol or drug addiction, what you can do when you feel depression coming on, and Beatty’s favorite restaurants in New York City and East Hampton. Enjoy! Link:

Michele Wolfson: How do you get into your dream college (undergraduate or graduate program)?

Welcome to episode # 89 of Fraternity Foodie! Today we are talking about getting into colleges, scholarships, grad school, and so much more with our guest Michele Wolfson. Michele is the Founder and Executive Director of UPrep4College, an independent college Admissions Advisory that serves high school students and their families during the often confusing and competitive college admissions process. Choosing to attend college is one of life’s top 3 biggest financial investments. Are we prepared and knowledgeable to make a smart investment decision? Since launching UPrep4College, Michele has served dozens of students awarded millions of dollars in scholarships from top schools and programs all over the country. Her marketing and branding experience perfectly position her to serve the needs of today’s rising college students by positioning them to stand out amongst the thousands of applicants annually. We find out why she chose the University of Florida for her own undergraduate experience, what advice she has for college students or business owners to stand out from the crowd, how her consulting business came about, what the top universities in the country are looking for, how high school students can develop their brand, the strategy for getting huge scholarships, the strategy for....

Emily Coffman: How do I exercise, eat right, and feel confident about my body while in college?

Welcome to episode #88 of Fraternity Foodie! I’m your host, Mike Ayalon, CEO of Greek University. Today we are talking health and fitness with Emily Coffman, host of Girls Gone Healthy Podcast. Emily came up with the idea for the podcast when she realized how many women like her were struggling when it came to working out, eating right, and feeling confident in their body. Our bodies are constantly changing and fluctuating and no one has taught us how to adapt to these changes. Instead they tell us to burn more calories and try the new latest diet. Emily is a member of Alpha Omicron Pi, a Division 1 athlete at the University of Oklahoma and was living a very unhealthy lifestyle in college. She thought she was healthy because she was constantly active and could eat whatever she wanted without gaining weight. But truth is she didn’t know how to train without over working herself or how to fuel her body properly. We find out why she chose University of Oklahoma coming from Boston, what she learned being on the Women’s Rowing Team, why she went Greek as an athlete, how to train without overworking yourself, how you can....

Carolyn Carpenter: How does the Fraternity Foundation give back to members?

Welcome to episode # 87 of Fraternity Foodie! I hope you’re buckled in for today’s show. We have with us Carolyn Carpenter, Zeta Tau Alpha Foundation President! Carolyn served ZTA as National President from 2014 to 2018, and was elected President of the Zeta Tau Alpha Foundation at its biennial meeting during ZTA Convention 2018 in Orlando, Florida. She is proud to serve an organization of women who still strive every day to ‘Seek the Noblest.’ We find out why she chose UNC Chapel Hill, what makes Zeta Tau Alpha special, what does ‘Seek the Noblest’ mean now and when she was an undergraduate, Deb Ensor’s contributions to ZTA and the entire fraternal community, what Carolyn is most proud of during her two terms as National President, how we can encourage more partnerships in the fraternal world, why Breast Cancer Awareness Month for the inaugural day of giving, how Grace Grants help those sisters impacted by COVID-19, how and when ZTA sisters can apply for scholarships, how alumnae members can fund a scholarship, and her two favorite places to eat in Austin. You don’t want to miss this! Link: