Lifestyle

March 10, 2017

Former ELC Spotlight: Dan Montplaisir

Former ELC Spotlight: Dan Montplaisir The life of an educational leadership consultant (ELC) is anything but simple.  For a long, grueling nine-month period, the road becomes […]
March 8, 2017

University of Maryland-College Park Brothers Join in Fight for Suicide Prevention

University of Maryland-College Park Brothers Join in Fight for Suicide Prevention “It stays in the dark, hidden, secret.  We can change that.” – American Foundation for […]
March 7, 2017

Taking Back Healthcare

Taking Back Healthcare     It comes as no surprise that healthcare has a checkered and controversial history with the American public.  For over 20 years, […]
February 24, 2017

University of Idaho Brothers Sell Chai Lattes to Aid New Brother

University of Idaho Brothers Sell Chai Lattes to Aid New Brother It was new associate member Braden Unteidt’s turn to speak at chapter. The words that […]
February 13, 2017

Dear Upperclassmen, You Should be Recruiting Too

Dear Upperclassmen, You Should be Recruiting Too By Chris Buck, Associate Director of Expansion I would like to start with a disclaimer: this piece is not […]
February 9, 2017

Brothers Until The End

Brothers Until The End A small-town boy from North Dakota, Randy Ritterman was ready for a change.  It was the early ‘80s, and he yearned for […]
February 7, 2017

5 Reasons to Recruit This Spring–Even if It’s Not a Big Deal on Your Campus

5 Reasons to Recruit This Spring–Even if It’s Not a Big Deal on Your Campus By Chris Buck, Associate Director of Expansion For many campuses, the […]
February 6, 2017

Banding Together Behind a Brother in Need

Banding Together Behind a Brother in Need Ryan Olmsted, like any other member of his chapter at Oregon State University, was more than excited to have […]