Real Faith

By Alison Smith

This is the time of year when I inevitably start singing the Will Smith classic, “Summertime” in my head.

By Eric Holmer

If you’re in a fraternity or sorority and have spent more than five minutes online, there’s a three letter hashtag you’ve seen just about daily for the last few years: #TFM.

By Eric Holmer

There's a lot of talk about why fraternities and sororities are some of the worst organizations out there, about how they offer only problems for their members and the world around them.

By Alison Smith

So, you’ve just attended Greek Conference and now you're back on campus. Chances are you made new friends, got to know your chapter better and learned new things about God, yourself and your chapter.  Your ears may still be ringing from the dance party. Your homework pile may still be growing. You may even still be riding that post-conference high.

By Eric Holmer

Here at InterVarsity headquarters in Madison,WI we've got an extensive archive of footage from the two decades that Greek Conference has existed.

What does it take to have a real conversation about some of the issues that seem to continually come up for fraternities and sororities?

This year’s Indianapolis Greek Conference—one of three regional Conferences held for Greeks each year—was Greek InterVarsity’s 20th Conference. These annual weekend gatherings continue to be a place where Christian and non-Christian students meet Jesus in powerful ways. 

By John MacKorell

I met Kevin (name is changed), a senior in one of largest fraternities on campus, at a football tailgate last year.  From head to toe, wearing a visor, expensive sunglasses with the strap to hang them around your neck, a button down shirt, khakis, some nice shoes, and a couple of beers in hand, Kevin looked like your typical fraternity guy.

By Anonymous

My family within my sorority was commonly known as the “party family” within Delta Gamma, a reputation which I got caught up in for my freshman and sophomore years of college and which I reaped man

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