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By Emery Silva

You have heard the many appeals about why you should go Greek. Leadership positions, lasting friendships, community service events, worthwhile philanthropies, high academic standards, energetic social life, and professional networking opportunities are all reasons to join, and the list goes on.

By Kristen (Davis) Miele

Sometimes God answers prayer almost immediately after asking. Other times, it seems we wait forever. The summer before graduate school, I had been reading “Too Busy Not to Pray.” This book encouraged me in my prayer life and spiritual walk with the Lord. One afternoon, I spent time praying about my future. I had no idea how I was going to pay for graduate school or where I would live on campus, I just knew that I was going. I asked God to show me what he wanted for me.

By Alison Smith

Think about your summer job/internship/classes and your motivation toward them. What do you enjoy about it? What do you dislike?

By Dan Clinton

I started going to Greek IV with some friends during my sophomore year; but the real transformation did not start until I began considering the Chapter President role in my Fraternity. 

By Greek InterVarsity

Since the days of dial-up, greekiv.org has helped connect fraternity and sorority students from across the country with resources, tools, st

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 Alison Smith

This week, news broke about a fraternity at Duke University who hosted a racist theme

By Eric Holmer

Though President Obama and Governor Romney will be spending the next few weeks outlining their vast differences, both of them share something in common that makes them unlike nearly 70% of presidents since 1877. It’s not their fiscal, foreign, or family policies. And no, it’s not even their faith. Unlike Garfield, the Roosevelts (Teddy and Franklin Delano), Taft, Wilson, Kennedy, Reagan, Bush (I and II) and many more—neither Obama or Romney were members of a fraternity. 

By Eric Holmer

Back when I was applying to college I was a naïve pastor’s kid who decided to forgo Christian colleges for a place where it would be something of a “challenge” to be a Christian.

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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