Here is the situation – a fraternity brother does something stupid. The fraternity is upset, and there are a group of guys who want to have a judicial board meeting to hold him accountable. Of course, the logic is that will solve the problem.

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At one point or another, every chapter of every Fraternity has become all too familiar with a general sense of apathy from an overwhelming number of its members. The leaders that are forced to run a chapter that is caught in such an epidemic will attest to the hell entailed.

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A good friend of mine is an executive with a well-known company. He recently shared with me a conversation he had with the CEO. The conversation shows why the CEO has been able to create one of the world’s greatest companies.

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1) Keep your website current. Potential recruits and your alumni go there. If there are old pictures and rush calendars from 2004 up, then you can be assured that person is never going to come back.

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Fraternities do more good for a college community than most other student organizations combined. Fraternities are dedicated to improving their communities through service. Fraternities excel in academics and provide the best leadership training on campus. So why are they vilified by outsiders?

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School is finally back in session, and every fraternity has as fresh start. If I could impart one bit of advice to fraternity leaders at the start of this year – it would be to BE BOLD!

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