If fraternities are supposed to stand for such values as honor, integrity and respect then why must every national office employ a full-time Director of Risk Reduction?
Why are marketing campaigns to eliminate hazing almost always directed at our our own members rather than the general public? Isn’t it pathetic that we should have to convince our own members that the mission of our organization is in fact good?
The few chapters that are either too cool or too dysfunctional to attend Grand Chapter will inevitably complain the most about the new bylaws and policies they didn’t bother to vote for.
If chapters are so proud of their diversity, loosely defined, then why do pledge programs insist on making everyone the same (“our #1 goal is to mold a united pledge class”)?
If hazers are so confident that arbitrary harassment builds brotherhood then why not advertise every activity and expectation during recruitment?
And if hazers are so confident that hazing has an ounce of relevance to real life then why don’t they list “endured hazing pledgeship” on their resume? Or do they understand that no employer would take them seriously?
Why do some chapters spend more time developing marketing campaigns to make themselves look good rather than actually being good in the first place?
Why do chapters spend so much time trying to motivate members for recruitment rather than just recruiting people who don’t need to be motivated?
If hazing is supposed to teach respect then why are the loudest proponents of hazing always the least respected members in the chapter?