Insurers Could End Football. It Won't Be the First Industry They've Transformed.
With CTE lawsuits mounting, the NFL can’t find a general-liability insurer to cover head injuries. Fraternities and police departments have faced similar problems.
How Fraternity Culture Encourages Excessive Drinking
New research finds alcohol consumption is higher in chapters where members are expected to assert their masculinity.
When Talking of Future Financial Success, Do Fraternities Offer a Leg Up for Male Students?
Researchers found fraternity membership lowers a student's grade-point average by 0.25 points (on a four-point scale), but increases future income by 36.2 percent.
Greek Like Me: Confessions of a Florida Fraternity Brother
The frat code held us together—until it kept us from saving a life.
Study: Fraternity, Sorority Members More Likely to Graduate on Time
New research finds belonging to a Greek organization can lead to a number of positive outcomes, especially for women.