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Articles

I Am a Fraternity Man exists to shed light on the positive perspectives of fraternities that often go unheard. Click the links compiled below to read opinion articles from outside sources that support young fraternity men. 

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"Get Past the Myth: Greek Life Has Plenty to Offer Campuses"

IS THEIR BEHAVIOR A SOBERING REFLECTION OF AMERICA’S UNCONSCIOUS VALUES?

BY Joseph J. Bruno, President of Merietta College
(ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED BY Huffington Post)

"Don’t Ban Fraternities. Address the Bigger Problems.

Is their behavior a sobering reflection of America’s unconscious values?

BY Kareem Abdul- Jabbar
(ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED By TIME)

"WHY I LOVE MY SON'S FRATERNITY"

BY SHELLI REICHSTEIN
(ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED BY SIGMA PHI EPSILON)

"Don't Underestimate the power of friendship"

Having a close buddy is like making an extra $100,000 a year.

BY Ted C. Fishman
(ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED BY USA Today)

"Don't Blame the Frats"

We've seen moral panics before. they don't end well.

By Peg Tyre
(ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED by politico)

"a step toward maturity" 

Offering young men a sense of home and the mutual responsibility that goes with it.

By Howard Fineman
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Originally published in The Beta Theta Pi)

"I Loved being in a fraternity" 

Greek life can teach young men the value of diplomacy—and of friendship

BY steve roney
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ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED by The atlantic)