Greek Life Gone Wrong Victoria Gregg

The Greek symbol of the very first fraternity, Phi Beta Kappa, was created to allow college students to express themselves outside the classroom.
Partying and 'chapter' houses are what started the chaos of today's fraternities and sororities.

Greek life was proposed to be a peaceful and healthy culture, but as time went by, the classics became less common and the original meanings started to fade.

Today, fraternities and sororities surround almost every college campus. The Administration of Fraternity and Sorority Advisors (AFA) should develop a change to fix bad habits.

Protecting our millennium is a priority!

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Created with images by AJEL - "greek scripture language" • jeffschwartz - "phi beta kappa hq" • Sam Solomon - "Waikiki 092" • Alan Light - "Iowa City Pridefest 2013" • wolfsavard - "beer pong" • Ross Griff - "Greek House" • araza123 - "sorority formal" • scotted400 - "Reminds me too much of Animal House" • niekverlaan - "protest protest action group of people"

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