Fraternal Thoughts in Print!

Big news! 24 of the most-read and beloved posts from this blog have been compiled into a book, Forever Fraternity: Essays to Challenge, Celebrate and Advance the College Fraternity. Discussion questions have been added in order to make the book an educational tool as well.

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Wednesday, December 16, 2015

Your Fraternity as Christmas Characters


If the people in your fraternity universe were characters from favorite Christmas movies and TV shows...




















Have a great holiday season.  See you in 2017!

1 comment:

  1. I definitely think some Greek advisers are like buddy the elf, but I like to think I was more like a mash-up of characters from Love Actually: a mix between Sarah (constantly pulled away from fun and love to look out for her brother), Daniel (helping his step-son understand love by encouraging him while knowing he could get hurt), Natalie (kind and sweet with an occasional F-bomb) and the Prime Minister (standing up to other leaders when he believes in something and of course finding an opportunity to dance alone in his house).

    The relationship between adviser and student leader is like Aurelia and Jamie (both are thinking the same thing but speaking entirely different languages. It isn't until after they leave each other that they finally appreciate the other)

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