About Nathan Vidal Bunch

Originally from El Paso, Texas, Nathan received a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology and Bachelor of Arts in Mexican American Studies from The University of Texas at Austin, and his Master of Science in Higher Education Administration at Florida State University. In the Fall of 2007 he joined Sigma Lambda Beta at the Eta Alpha Chapter as #167 Brother Sin Límites. He enjoys writing about politics, cultural awareness, social justice, and domestic issues focused on race, ethnicity, gender, socioeconomic class, and sexual orientation.

Seeing A Little Further: Honoring Brother Eddie Diaz

     A little over 3 years ago, by happenchance I met a brother at BETACON 2010 in San Antonio, Texas, who I learned had been working at the Executive Office for a few months. He introduced himself as Brother Eddie Diaz, and that was about the extent of our interaction. Fast forward a little […]

Who is Defining Rape? The Difference Between Todd Akin and Rick Ross

On August 19, 2012 Missouri Congressman Todd Akin made a set of controversial comments that lit up the media and blogosphere alike. His comments were centered around the debate on abortion rights. His infamous comment: “First of all, from what I understand from doctors, that’s really rare. If it’s a legitimate rape, the female body […]

Brotherhood Spotlight: February

In the beginning of 2013, I decided to take up the initiative of interviewing two undergraduate brothers every month, to showcase the leadership and commitment to the creed we see around the nation. For the inaugural post, I interview Brother Carlos Antonio Tavares of the Kappa Alpha Chapter at The University of Arizona, and Brother […]

Rainbow House, Grey Court: State Legislatures and the Complexity of the Supreme Court

Rainbow House, Grey Court: State Legislatures and the Complexity of the Supreme Court             Illinois and Rhode Island have become to the next two states to enter the conversation on legalizing gay marriage. On February 14th, Valentine’s Day no less, the Illinois State Senate will vote on a bill that would legalize gay marriage. If […]

The History of The Most Honorable: A Review of “Out of the Iowa Cornfields”

“Out of the Iowa Cornfields” provides the long awaited account of the first 25 years of Sigma Lambda Beta’s rich history. Written by Brothers Murali Balaji and Derrick A. Jones, the book establishes itself as the first volume in the forthcoming series of books depicting the rise of Sigma Lambda Beta since its humble beginnings in 1986.