Devotionals

By Alison Smith

Soooooo it's already the middle of August. Where did March, April, May, June and July go? When life seems more chaotic than stable, days, weeks and months tend to fly by.

By Alison Smith

This week we are wrapping up our time in the book of Philippians. As we shared in previous weeks, the Apostle Paul wrote this while he was in prison.

By Olivia Greiwe

To be a member in Greek life means: you were most likely born in America, have a high school diploma, attend a 4-year university, and have the means to pay for it via employment, scholarships/loans, or having parents who can support you.

By Dusty Harrison

When I was pledging a fraternity in college, humility was the furthest thing from my mind. 

By Sarah Foy

During college, every time that I came home for a break, whether for summer or Christmas, I often heard the same refrain from friends and family: “You’re so different!” 

By Emily Montgomery

“These unprecedented times...” “Awful year” “Yeah, it’s been weird” “I’m tired.” “This is so hard”. No one even needs me to write an introduction about how unfamiliar this season of life is for everyone.

By Emily Zhang

I love going on night time drives with my best friends. There’s something strangely peaceful about an open road, littered with the lights of an occasional street lamp or passing vehicle. Our conversations often ebb and flow between belly laughs and comfortable silence. 

By Joshua Brooks

I remember the excitement that came before any party, formal, mixer, etc. during my undergrad years. I remember the laughter and camaraderie that signaled the revelry to come, echoing throughout the Fraternity house.

By Josh Majeski

I expect everyone, as a kid (or even as an adult), has that one article of clothing that just needs to go. It’s tired, faded and torn, but we simply won’t depart from it because, despite being decrepit and maybe filthy, it’s familiar and comfortable.

By Taylor Brooks

It takes only a few seconds of scrolling through social media to see that our country is filled with injustice, privilege, violence, fighting, finger pointing, and distrust. Maybe you, like me, find yourself asking “God, where is the justice? Where is the grace?” almost every minute of the day these days. 

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