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FraternityMan.com is an explanatory blog for Free Speech and Leadership through the lens of Greek Life. My name is Nik, and I've worked and volunteered with fraternities for more than a decade. There is amazing potential for college fraternities, but our organizations are limited by bureaucracy and a field of work driven by crises. So, I offer a unique approach to make Greek Life more accessible and more appealing to modern generations - Fraternity Manifesto.

FraternityMan.com is an explanatory blog for Free Speech and Leadership through the lens of Greek Life. My name is Nik, and I've worked and volunteered with fraternities for more than a decade. There is amazing potential for college fraternities, but our organizations are limited by bureaucracy and a field of work driven by crises. So, I offer a unique approach to make Greek Life more accessible and more appealing to modern generations - Fraternity Manifesto.

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United States

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FraternityMan.com is an explanatory blog for Free Speech and Leadership through the lens of Greek Life. My name is Nik, and I've worked and volunteered with fraternities for more than a decade. There is amazing potential for college fraternities, but our organizations are limited by bureaucracy and a field of work driven by crises. So, I offer a unique approach to make Greek Life more accessible and more appealing to modern generations - Fraternity Manifesto.

Language:

English


Episodes

FM Audio Blog - Democratizing Fraternity Education

7/3/2020
This is an audio version of a post on FraternityMan.com. Fraternity education, like fraternity management in general, is highly centralized. This post explains the benefit to all fraternity members, education staff, and educational foundations of "democratizing" educational initiatives. To put it simply: Set learning objectives, let members choose how to get there.

Duration:00:08:08

FM Audio Blog - Harvard Reverses Policy Targeting Single Sex Clubs

7/2/2020
Harvard University's President announced that it would no longer enforce a policy blacklisting student members of single-sex social clubs. This was a response to court decisions which indicated that Harvard would likely not be able to enforce this, or similar policies. Unfortunately, almost all of the women's social clubs on Harvard's campus have gone co-ed since the ban - meaning it had the complete opposite effect.

Duration:00:03:13

FM Audio Blog - Summary of 2 Federal Anti-Hazing Bills

6/27/2020
This is an audio version of a post on FraternityMan.com titled, "How 2 Federal Anti-Hazing Bills Would Affect Reporting and Fraternity Liability" It summarizes the content of the END All Hazing Act and the REACH Act, which were promoted by fraternity organizations in response to a series of hazing-related deaths in 2017.

Duration:00:06:33

FM Audio Blog - Fraternities Greatest Challenge is Proper Delegation

6/27/2020
This is an audio version of a post on FraternityMan.com titled "Delegation Death Spiral: An Executive Director and 'Other Duties as Assigned'"

Duration:00:07:03

FM Audio Blog -Collegiate Freedom of Association Act

6/27/2020
This is an audio version of a post on FraternityMan.com which details the contents of the Collegiate Freedom of Association Act (CFAA), which is a bill introduced in 2019 to address Harvard's policies targeting members of single-sex student organizations as well as "deferred recruitment policies" in place at many colleges and universities.

Duration:00:04:25