Cheers to What?

It is about 6 p.m. on May 5, and I am leaving work to head to one of the local restaurant/bar mix-breeds that are extremely popular near campus. It has been a long day at work. Naturally, I am pretty excited to de-stress surrounded by my friends, food, and indulging in drink specials on this […]

Twenty-Eight Beta Moments That Had Us Hype in 2014

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Every now and then, you come across something that makes you smile to yourself, pushes you to the verge of yelling an “LLLBBB!’ and hope the air carries it to the next brother who saw the same. In honor of our 28th anniversary, here are 28th noteworthy moments from 2014

Single, But Not Alone

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The misconception that you are alone because you are single is what has made our generation one of serial daters. With the constant pressure to find someone to have a relationship with, in the media and from the couples in your life, we forget the most important relationship of all: the one with the person staring […]

We Made It In America

This is a guest post by Brother Emmanuel Hiram Arnaud. On May 22nd, 2013, after a long procession, countless traditional ceremonies, and to the roar of thousands of applauses, I turned to my right and hugged my dear friend, and brother, Jason Tejada. His towering stature soon enveloped me and I tasted the sweet linen […]

Ten Things I wish I had known as an Undergraduate

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Soon after my graduation from undergrad, I wrote and published an article on 10 things I had learned in college.  People received it well, thanks in large part to the fact that most college readers could identify with one or more of the lessons on the list. It has been almost three years since that […]