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Educating Future Leaders In Fraternities: Outcomes From Participation In A National Fraternity Emerging Leaders Program, Meghan Grace, Pietro A. Sasso, Kim E. Bullington, Dawn Wiese, Kathleen Stedman, Xinyue "Coco" Liu, Anthony M. Graziani Jan 2024

Educating Future Leaders In Fraternities: Outcomes From Participation In A National Fraternity Emerging Leaders Program, Meghan Grace, Pietro A. Sasso, Kim E. Bullington, Dawn Wiese, Kathleen Stedman, Xinyue "Coco" Liu, Anthony M. Graziani

Educational Leadership & Workforce Development Faculty Publications

Campus engagement opportunities such as leadership development have potential for students to strengthen their personal skills. As such, fraternities and sororities can play an influential role in strengthening students’ leadership skills. The present study examines the efficacy of a fraternity emerging leaders program, which is an educational opportunity focused on the development of new leaders. Data were collected from participants at three time intervals. Findings suggest students develop across several leadership domains, creating a stronger appreciation of their organizational values and fraternity ritual compared to non-participants. Recommendations for practice are included to address the transfer problem of leadership application and …


The Grizzly, September 21, 2023, Marie Sykes, Kathy Logan, Erin Corcoran, Sidney Belleroche, Quadai Brown, Georgia Gardner Sep 2023

The Grizzly, September 21, 2023, Marie Sykes, Kathy Logan, Erin Corcoran, Sidney Belleroche, Quadai Brown, Georgia Gardner

Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper, 1978 to Present

Rush Week 2023 • Sudoku • Fall Student Engagement Events • More IIE Events This Semester • Prints and Imprints Left Behind - at the Berman • Student Responses to Changes to Good Samaritan Policy • Have You Ever Played Rugby? • Ursinus Introduces Temporary Expansion to the Wellness Center: The Hive (A Thread)


The Grizzly, February 16, 2023, Layla Halterman, Isabel Wesman, Kate Horan, Charlotte Driver, Ava Compagnoni, Alessandra Armour, Tatiana Kent Feb 2023

The Grizzly, February 16, 2023, Layla Halterman, Isabel Wesman, Kate Horan, Charlotte Driver, Ava Compagnoni, Alessandra Armour, Tatiana Kent

Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper, 1978 to Present

Spring Rush '23 • Ursinus Reacts to an Eagles Loss • The Hunt for a New English Professor • Dominating Diabetes • Meet Amanda Laucks '23 • Opinions: What are the Lovers of Ursinus Doing This Valentine's Day? • Spring Sports are Back • Super Bowl Recap


Examining Responses To A Racist Event In A Sorority And Fraternity Life Community: A Case Study, Crystal Eufemia Garcia, Antonio Duran, Michael Anthony Goodman Jan 2023

Examining Responses To A Racist Event In A Sorority And Fraternity Life Community: A Case Study, Crystal Eufemia Garcia, Antonio Duran, Michael Anthony Goodman

Department of Educational Administration: Faculty Publications

Racism has been interwoven in implicit and explicit ways within historically white sorority and fraternity life (SFL) communities since their inception. However, few studies have provided insight to how practitioners address the realities of racism in SFL broadly, or specifically how SFL practitioners have attended to race-based incidents on their local campuses, the success of these initiatives, and to what degree their actions have been sustainable over time. This project sought to contribute insight to these dynamics by mobilizing a case study approach guided by an institutional response framework to focus on how a particular SFL community at Sunnydale University …


Sorority And Fraternity Life Professionals’ Perspectives On Challenges Faced By Culturally Based Sororities And Fraternities, Antonio Duran, Crystal E. Garcia, Hannah L. Reyes Sep 2022

Sorority And Fraternity Life Professionals’ Perspectives On Challenges Faced By Culturally Based Sororities And Fraternities, Antonio Duran, Crystal E. Garcia, Hannah L. Reyes

Journal of Sorority and Fraternity Life Research and Practice

Featuring the perspectives of 15 sorority and fraternity life (SFL) professionals, this qualitative study highlights the challenges culturally based sororities and fraternities face on college campuses. Guided by a framework grounded in concepts of organizational culture, findings revealed three issues that culturally based SFL organizations encounter: a predominant emphasis on historically white sororities and fraternities in SFL communities, a lack of human and financial capital, as well as inadequate advisor support and training. Implications for research and practice are offered.


The Grizzly, September 22, 2022, Layla Halterman, Erin Corcoran, Ava Compagnoni, Jenna Smith, Sean Mcginley, Isabella Villegas, Chase Portaro, Isabel Wesman, Julia Paiano Sep 2022

The Grizzly, September 22, 2022, Layla Halterman, Erin Corcoran, Ava Compagnoni, Jenna Smith, Sean Mcginley, Isabella Villegas, Chase Portaro, Isabel Wesman, Julia Paiano

Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper, 1978 to Present

Fire in Wicks • Rush Week Changes: Yay or Nay? • Class of 2026: Sentiments on Family Weekend • New Exhibitions at the Berman • A Presidential Check-In: Robyn Hannigan • New Clubs Announcement • Opinions: Anyone for Junior Class Council? Bueller?; Diminished Ursinus Traditions • Golf and Cheerleading Coaches?


The Grizzly, April 7, 2022, Layla Halterman, Morgan Mason, Brooke Hurley, Alena Deantonellis, Marie Sykes, Liam Geib, Danielle Santana Denrich, Vaughn Dibattista Apr 2022

The Grizzly, April 7, 2022, Layla Halterman, Morgan Mason, Brooke Hurley, Alena Deantonellis, Marie Sykes, Liam Geib, Danielle Santana Denrich, Vaughn Dibattista

Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper, 1978 to Present

That's All, Folks! SWEAT Performance Recap • A Note From the Editor • Coming Up on Campus: Greek Week • Get to Know the Alpha Delta Phi Society! • Meet Resident Shakespearean Dr. Kozusko! • Opinions: Bear Bites are Back; Bringing Back Pride Week • Counted Out: The Ursinus Women's Lacrosse Story


The Grizzly, March 24, 2022, Layla Halterman, Marie Sykes, Chase Portaro, Erin Corcoran, Vaughn Dibattista, Abigail Coachi, Simbarashe Kanjanda, Nikole Lizeth, Fandino Pachon, Brooke Hurley, James Schuld, Ro Murphy Mar 2022

The Grizzly, March 24, 2022, Layla Halterman, Marie Sykes, Chase Portaro, Erin Corcoran, Vaughn Dibattista, Abigail Coachi, Simbarashe Kanjanda, Nikole Lizeth, Fandino Pachon, Brooke Hurley, James Schuld, Ro Murphy

Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper, 1978 to Present

A Conversation With Incoming President Hannigan • Art for Visibility • Kappa Alpha Psi: Seeking Achievement • Opinions: The Inconvenience of Main Street Sidewalk Construction • Men's Basketball Closes Season • Swim CCC Recap


Competence And Challenge: Sorority And Fraternity Life Professionals’ Preparation To Advise Culturally Based Sfl Organizations, Crystal Eufemia Garcia, Hannah L. Reyes, Antonio Duran Jan 2022

Competence And Challenge: Sorority And Fraternity Life Professionals’ Preparation To Advise Culturally Based Sfl Organizations, Crystal Eufemia Garcia, Hannah L. Reyes, Antonio Duran

Department of Educational Administration: Faculty Publications

This qualitative narrative inquiry examined the professional preparation of sorority and fraternity (SFL) professionals working with culturally-based sororities and fraternities. Using narratives drawn from 15 professionals and guided by our conceptual framework, we unpacked important findings in terms of ways participants referenced their limited educational experiences, how they navigated learning within the confines of their professional roles, and distinctions in the value that professional associations and networks offered them. Implications for research and practice are discussed.


Sorority And Fraternity Life Professionals’ Perspectives On Challenges Faced By Culturally Based Sororities And Fraternities, Antonio Duran, Crystal E. Garcia, Hannah L. Reyes Jan 2022

Sorority And Fraternity Life Professionals’ Perspectives On Challenges Faced By Culturally Based Sororities And Fraternities, Antonio Duran, Crystal E. Garcia, Hannah L. Reyes

Department of Educational Administration: Faculty Publications

Featuring the perspectives of 15 sorority and fraternity life (SFL) professionals, this qualitative study highlights the challenges culturally based sororities and fraternities face on college campuses. Guided by a framework grounded in concepts of organizational culture, findings revealed three issues that culturally based SFL organizations encounter: a predominant emphasis on historically white sororities and fraternities in SFL communities, a lack of human and financial capital, as well as inadequate advisor support and training. Implications for research and practice are offered.


Nphc And Mgc Sororities And Fraternities As Spaces Of Activism Within Predominantly White Institutions, Crystal E. Garcia, William R. Walker, Ciera A. Dorsey, Zachary W. Werninck, Jessie H. Johns Jan 2022

Nphc And Mgc Sororities And Fraternities As Spaces Of Activism Within Predominantly White Institutions, Crystal E. Garcia, William R. Walker, Ciera A. Dorsey, Zachary W. Werninck, Jessie H. Johns

Department of Educational Administration: Faculty Publications

This study explored how Students of Color within National Pan-Hellenic Council and Multicultural Greek Council sororities and fraternities engaged in activism and in what ways this involvement connected to their membership. Using a qualitative critical narrative approach, we examined the journeys of ten participants. Findings unpack ways participants engaged in activism and resistance aimed at educating individuals and increasing awareness of societal injustices, addressing inequities through service, and inciting disruption and cultivating institutional and societal level change.


Examining Emailed Feedback As Boosters After A College Drinking Intervention Among Fraternities And Sororities: Rationale And Protocol For A Remote Controlled Trial (Project Greek), Abby L. Braitman, Jennifer L. Shipley, Megan Strowger, Rachel Ayala Guzman, Alina Whiteside, Adrian J. Bravo, Kate B. Carey Jan 2022

Examining Emailed Feedback As Boosters After A College Drinking Intervention Among Fraternities And Sororities: Rationale And Protocol For A Remote Controlled Trial (Project Greek), Abby L. Braitman, Jennifer L. Shipley, Megan Strowger, Rachel Ayala Guzman, Alina Whiteside, Adrian J. Bravo, Kate B. Carey

Psychology Faculty Publications

BACKGROUND: College students involved in Greek life (ie, members of fraternities and sororities) tend to engage in more high-risk alcohol use and experience more negative consequences than those not involved in Greek life. Web-based alcohol interventions, such as Alcohol eCHECKUP TO GO, have been successful in reducing alcohol use and consequences among the general college student population, but interventions targeting alcohol reduction among those involved in Greek life have had limited success. Booster emails including personalized feedback regarding descriptive norms and protective behavioral strategies have shown potential in increasing the effectiveness of web-based interventions among college drinkers. Studies are needed …


Sorority And Fraternity Life: Examining Racial Discourse Via Institutional Websites, Crystal E. Garcia, William Walker, Samantha E. Bradley, Kathleen Smith Jan 2021

Sorority And Fraternity Life: Examining Racial Discourse Via Institutional Websites, Crystal E. Garcia, William Walker, Samantha E. Bradley, Kathleen Smith

Department of Educational Administration: Faculty Publications

Scholarship has provided some insight into inequities that exist within sorority and fraternity life (SFL), whereas members of culturally based sororities and fraternities within Multicultural Greek Councils (MGC) and National Pan-Hellenic Councils (NPHC) report being treated as inferior to those in historically white organizations. However, few studies have examined institutional efforts to render culturally based sororities and fraternities visible to campus communities. This qualitative critical discourse analysis examined how SFL offices at 18 research universities in the southeastern United States communicated information about councils through institutional SFL web pages. Findings show that few communities attempted to represent council information equally, …


The State Of Fraternity And Sorority Life In Higher Education, Shamiece A. Banks, James G. Archibald Jul 2020

The State Of Fraternity And Sorority Life In Higher Education, Shamiece A. Banks, James G. Archibald

Georgia Journal of College Student Affairs

Since the establishment of the first fraternity Phi Beta Kappa in 1776, fraternities and sororities have had a 200-year-old history on college campuses in the United States. Fraternity and sorority life has become an important opportunity for students to get involved, gain leadership skills, and develop into global citizens. Despite a long standing history, the threat on the sustainability of these organizations has increased over the years. Hazing, alcohol abuse, and negative media attention have created challenges for Greek-letter organizations. The purpose of this article is to explore the historical context of fraternity and sorority life, the issues that are …


An Exploration Of The Retention And Attrition Factors For The Campus-Based Fraternity/Sorority Student Affairs Professional, Viancca J. Williams Jun 2020

An Exploration Of The Retention And Attrition Factors For The Campus-Based Fraternity/Sorority Student Affairs Professional, Viancca J. Williams

USF Tampa Graduate Theses and Dissertations

A higher education administrator who provides oversight, education, and accountability for fraternities and sororities is the fraternity/sorority advisor. Long-term retention in this role is low, with the average amount of time spent in the position being 3.33 years (Koepsell & Stillman, 2016). Limited research has been conducted to understand why. The purpose of the study was to explore the factors (including characteristics and experiences) contributing to the retention and attrition of campus-based student affairs professionals working in the fraternity/sorority life functional area. This qualitative study included 23 participants who at the time served in the role for longer than eight …


Narratives Of Queer Men Of Color In Culturally-Based Fraternities Making Meaning Of Masculinities, Antonio Duran, Crystal Garcia Jan 2020

Narratives Of Queer Men Of Color In Culturally-Based Fraternities Making Meaning Of Masculinities, Antonio Duran, Crystal Garcia

Department of Educational Administration: Faculty Publications

This constructivist grounded theory study examined how Queer Men of Color in culturally-based fraternities made meaning of their masculinities. Through two intensive interviews and a reflection journal activity, nine participants shared their constructions of masculinities before joining a culturally-based organization and how their thinking changed after affiliating with a fraternity. Specifically, Queer Men of Color first spoke to pre-collegiate experiences that largely shaped their views of masculinities. Next, participants discussed how culturally-based fraternities both reinforced hegemonic masculinity, as well as opened up the possibilities to construct a more productive view of masculinities. Implications are then offered for chapter advisors, fraternity …


Program Evaluation Of Greek Showcase Events At Rowan University, Xochil R. Ramirez Aug 2019

Program Evaluation Of Greek Showcase Events At Rowan University, Xochil R. Ramirez

Theses and Dissertations

The primary focus of this study was to investigate the current practices used to meet the needs of the National Pan Hellenic Council (NPHC) and Greek Cultural Organizations Council (GCOC) within the Office of Greek Affairs (OGA) at Rowan University. The study further explored the autonomy (if any) within these councils when it comes to the planning and coordination of their significant showcase events and programming. The data analysis suggested that the organizations operate independently from one another and have a sense of autonomy which could be nourished by the practices of the Office of Greek Affairs.


Queering Black Greek-Lettered Fraternities, Masculinity And Manhood : A Queer Of Color Critique Of Institutionality In Higher Education., Antron Demel Mahoney Aug 2019

Queering Black Greek-Lettered Fraternities, Masculinity And Manhood : A Queer Of Color Critique Of Institutionality In Higher Education., Antron Demel Mahoney

Electronic Theses and Dissertations

Drawing heavily on Roderick Ferguson’s (2012) theory of institutionality, this dissertation constructs a counter-historical genealogy of racialized gender in higher education and U.S. society through the formation of black Greek-lettered fraternities. Ferguson argues that with the insurgence of minority resistance globally and domestically during the mid-twentieth century, hegemonic power took a new form. Instead of rejecting minority difference, power’s new network attempted to work through and with minority difference in an effort to absorb and restrict these radical formations within state, capital and academy frameworks—producing narrow or one-dimensional minority subjectivities. Established at the turn of the twentieth century, black Greek-lettered …


The Grizzly, May 9, 2019, Courtney A. Duchene, William Wehrs, Sam Isola, Johnny Myers, Thomas Bantley, David Mendelsohn, Thomas Garlick, Zack Muredda May 2019

The Grizzly, May 9, 2019, Courtney A. Duchene, William Wehrs, Sam Isola, Johnny Myers, Thomas Bantley, David Mendelsohn, Thomas Garlick, Zack Muredda

Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper, 1978 to Present

Kingston Out, Varner in for Bear Bash • Ursinus Reacts to Symbol of Hatred • Q&A with President Blomberg • Ursinus Graduates First Wave of Education Studies Majors • Breakaway Student Productions' One Act Festival Premieres Four Student-Written Plays • Ursinus Fulbright Scholar, Jason Bennett '19, to Research Theoretical High-Energy Physics at the University of Groningen in the Netherlands • Opinions: Swarthmore Scandal Speaks to Greater Issues with Fraternity Culture; The United States Should Shorten its Work Week • Athlete Spotlight: Running Back Sam Ragland '21 • The "Thanks for a Fun Two Years" Award: You, the Fans • Bears …


Greek Affiliation As A Contributing Factor To College Academic Success: A Case Study, Michaela Reuben May 2019

Greek Affiliation As A Contributing Factor To College Academic Success: A Case Study, Michaela Reuben

Capstone Projects and Master's Theses

This study explores how an individual’s college academic success can be impacted by affiliation with a Greek organization. This research analyzes how Greek-affiliated students compare academically to non-Greek students, how the bonds between an individual and their Greek organization impact the academic success of the average individual, and the methods of academic support that Greek organizations provide to its members. Henri Tajfel’s Social Identity Theory is utilized as a framework of analysis. According to this theory, individuals who identify as being a member of a group adopt the behaviors and values of the group. Because Greek organizations implement some form …


Drinks, Hijinks, And Policy Change: Fraternities At Gettysburg College In The Haaland Years (1990-2004), Lindsay R. Richwine, Lindsay K. Waller Apr 2019

Drinks, Hijinks, And Policy Change: Fraternities At Gettysburg College In The Haaland Years (1990-2004), Lindsay R. Richwine, Lindsay K. Waller

Student Publications

This paper establishes what the fraternity structure was like at Gettysburg College during Gordon Haaland's presidency. Between 1990 and 2004, we explore the roaring party dynamic that was continually threatened by the administration and examine how the switch to sophomore rush tried to tame it. With testimonies from fraternity brothers during this era we try to capture the good, bad, and ugly of fraternity life. While Haaland's administration did not get ride of the fraternity system, it certainly made it safer and reigned it in significantly.


An Analysis Of Black, Latinx, Multicultural And Asian/Pacific Islander Fraternity/Sorority Organizational Values, Ashley Tull, Andrew Shaw, Brittany Barker, Taylor Sandoval Dec 2018

An Analysis Of Black, Latinx, Multicultural And Asian/Pacific Islander Fraternity/Sorority Organizational Values, Ashley Tull, Andrew Shaw, Brittany Barker, Taylor Sandoval

Journal of Multicultural Affairs

The purpose of this study was to examine the espoused values of historically Black, Latinx, Multicultural and Asian/Pacific Islander fraternity/sorority organizations. This study reports the types of values discovered, as well as their alignment with universally accepted values that included: self-enhancement, openness to change, self-transcendence and conservation. Further examination included comparisons between the espoused universally accepted values of the above-identified organizations with those of historically White fraternity/sorority organizations.


The Grizzly, September 20, 2018, Johnny Myers, Madison Rodak, Kim Corona, Linda Mcintyre, Shelsea Deravil, Samantha Zubler, Kevin Leon, Gabriela Howell, Sam Rosenthal, David Mendelsohn, Courtney A. Duchene Sep 2018

The Grizzly, September 20, 2018, Johnny Myers, Madison Rodak, Kim Corona, Linda Mcintyre, Shelsea Deravil, Samantha Zubler, Kevin Leon, Gabriela Howell, Sam Rosenthal, David Mendelsohn, Courtney A. Duchene

Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper, 1978 to Present

Changes to Faculty Parking Disgruntle Students • Berman Opens Two New Exhibits for the Fall Semester • Inclusive Community Fellowships and Grants • Healing Hurt People at the Parlee Center • Two-Legged Dog Runs Away Then Finally Finds Forever Home: Meet Deuce, Professor Scudera's Newest Dog • Help Wanted: UCARE Fall Volunteering Opportunities • Opinions: Greek Life at Ursinus is Dying; Anonymous New York Times Op-Ed is Cowardly • Football Dominates in First Three Games • UC Gymnastics has New Coach in Valenti


We Are One: A Phenomenological Study Of The Self-Perceived Experiences Of Black Students In The National Pan-Hellenic Council At A Predominately White Institution And Historically Black University In The Southeast, Loryn M. Taylor-Johnson Jul 2018

We Are One: A Phenomenological Study Of The Self-Perceived Experiences Of Black Students In The National Pan-Hellenic Council At A Predominately White Institution And Historically Black University In The Southeast, Loryn M. Taylor-Johnson

LSU Master's Theses

For the purpose of this study, the researcher examined the self-perceived experiences for Black students in the National Pan-Hellenic Council on the campus of at a Predominately White Institution (PWI) and a Historically College/Black University (HBCU) in the Southeast, specifically examining the support provided by Student Affairs professionals. After examining current literature, the researcher sought to understand students’ perception of support offered by Student Affairs professionals in Greek Life Offices.


The Grizzly, April 13, 2017, Brian Thomas, Courtney A. Duchene, Kevin Leon, Johnny Cope, Naseem Syed, Sienna Coleman, Fran Liberatoscioli, Hunter Gellman, Nick Brough, Andrew Simoncini Apr 2017

The Grizzly, April 13, 2017, Brian Thomas, Courtney A. Duchene, Kevin Leon, Johnny Cope, Naseem Syed, Sienna Coleman, Fran Liberatoscioli, Hunter Gellman, Nick Brough, Andrew Simoncini

Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper, 1978 to Present

Renowned Photojournalist Showcases Work on Campus • Student Entrepreneurs Compete in the BEAR Innovation Competition • How Do Student Athletes Manage Both Academics and Athletics? • Student Commons Planning Advances • Speaking Out Against Injustice: How Members of the UC Community Combat Rape Culture on Campus • St. Andrew's Scholarship Recipient Looks Forward to a Full Year of Soaking Up Scottish Culture • Opinions: Dan Mullen's Success Should Inspire Graduating Students; Greek Life at Ursinus Counters National Stereotypes • Former UC Athlete Bridges the Gap Between Coaching and Administration • Where are They Now?: Two Former Ursinus Athletes Discuss Their …


The Nature Of Inclusivity And Exclusivity Of Social Greek Letter Organizations On College Campuses: A Case Study, Eastern Michigan University, Casey J. Krone Jan 2017

The Nature Of Inclusivity And Exclusivity Of Social Greek Letter Organizations On College Campuses: A Case Study, Eastern Michigan University, Casey J. Krone

Master's Theses and Doctoral Dissertations

Social Greek-letter organizations have been exclusive since their inception in 1776. As an educator working with Greek-letter organizations at Eastern Michigan University, I was faced with a lack of information and needed strategies for assisting Greek-letter organizations on campus that expressed interest in being inclusive of students who identified as transgender. The purpose of this qualitative case study was to explore the role and function of social Greek-letter organizations, specifically the nature of inclusivity and exclusivity of these organizations on college campuses. Given the unique nature of Eastern Michigan University as one of the most diverse college campuses in America, …


The Grizzly, April 14, 2016, Brian Thomas, William Diciurcio, Deana Harley, Joe Iullici, Tianxing Jiang, Sarah Hojsak, Grant Nulty, Valerie Osborne, Erin Mckinney, Leighnah L. Perkins, Tyler Arsenault, Hunter Gellman Apr 2016

The Grizzly, April 14, 2016, Brian Thomas, William Diciurcio, Deana Harley, Joe Iullici, Tianxing Jiang, Sarah Hojsak, Grant Nulty, Valerie Osborne, Erin Mckinney, Leighnah L. Perkins, Tyler Arsenault, Hunter Gellman

Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper, 1978 to Present

White House Honors Alum Who Started Nonprofit • Greek Week Begins • "We Stand Together" Kicks Off • International Perspective: Cultural Differences Between Students • Students Explore Racial Issues Through Theater and Discussion • Passion, Pride and Protection • Making the Classroom a Place for Performance • Opinions: Minority Religions Deserve Accommodation; Choose Two: Sleep, Study or Socialize • Racket Up • Women's Golf Makes History as Men Look to Regain Stroke


Feminist Futures And Campus Changes: Dismantling Ursinus College's Greek Life, Jordan Ostrum Jan 2016

Feminist Futures And Campus Changes: Dismantling Ursinus College's Greek Life, Jordan Ostrum

Richard T. Schellhase Essay Prize in Ethics

No abstract provided.


Ua1f Wku Greek & Service Organizations Bibliography, Wku Archives Jan 2016

Ua1f Wku Greek & Service Organizations Bibliography, Wku Archives

WKU Archives Records

Bibliography of sources related to discipline, honor, Greek and service fraternities and sororities at WKU.


The Grizzly, September 24, 2015, Brian Thomas, Brandon T.G. Carey, Deana Harley, Sophie Snapp, Ryan Costello, Rachel Dickinson, Maddie Mathay, Kristin G. Mcgillis, Berett C. Babrich, Daniel M. Pineda, Johnny Cope, Hunter Gellman Sep 2015

The Grizzly, September 24, 2015, Brian Thomas, Brandon T.G. Carey, Deana Harley, Sophie Snapp, Ryan Costello, Rachel Dickinson, Maddie Mathay, Kristin G. Mcgillis, Berett C. Babrich, Daniel M. Pineda, Johnny Cope, Hunter Gellman

Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper, 1978 to Present

CIE Professors Lend a Hand at Columbia U. • As Rush Week Ends, Greek Numbers Defy Expectations • Getting Back on Track • Healthy Addition: HEP Welcomes Rugby Coach to Faculty Lineup • Improving the Higher Education Experience • UC Student Trains Service Dog on Campus • Students Work with College Communications Office • Main Street Life: Upperclassmen Debate Housing's Pros and Cons • Opinions: "The Visit" Rates 5 / 10; Extra-curricular Options for Students • "Going Pro": Symposium on Sports Business and the Entrepreneurial Mindset Comes to Ursinus • Looking to Three-peat