Saw something earlier this morning that I thought might provoke some conversation on the blog.
Seattle University does not have Greek Life, and Greek Life seems markedly absent from most our studies (although it does get brief mention in theory, which is the only place I’ve encountered it so far). However, Greek life makes a significant impact on many campuses, and I know some of my peers have a past history and future interest in working with Greek Life.
Samantha Wishman over at the Daily Beast takes issue with the current state of Greek Life, specifically the different standards Fraternities and Sororities are held to by their national organizations, and what that implies for gender relations both on and off campus. It’s an interesting read from someone who worked within Greek Life.