Three members of Delta Sigma Theta at Roanoke College in 2011.

Three members of Delta Sigma Theta at Roanoke College in 2011.

Universities across the country are struggling to figure out where Greek life fits into campus life — especially as bad behavior by some members has come under scrutiny. But fraternity and sorority members often identify with Greek organizations long after they’ve graduated, and become part of networks that permeate many of the upper levels of our society. We explore culture, privilege, and Greek life beyond college.

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  • Libby Nelson Reporter, Vox.com
  • Lawrence Ross Author, "The Divine Nine: The History of African American Fraternities and Sororities" (Kensington Pub Corp, 2002); Member, Alpha Phi Alpha
  • Joe Reid President, American University Interfraternity Council; Member, Pi Kappa Alpha
  • Matthew Hughey Sociology Professor, University of Connecticut

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