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Seeking Cultural Intelligence

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“I believe in Greek life,” Dr. Dixon Hall begins, addressing the chapter commanders gathered for College of Chapters in Roanoke, Va. “I know that it shapes men and women who transform their communities, who transform their campuses to actually lead the world.”

The Entertainer

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The story of how Ray Campbell (Kent State) went from college cheerleader to becoming the voice of the Harlem Globetrotters and the importance of being a chapter leader from the middle for the benefit of the team.

Misdiagnosed

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When public discourse washes over important nuances it does a disservice to the young adults who need more enlightened direction from their parents, educators, and mentors.

The Baseball Player, The Professor, and The Murderer

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n this issue I highlight three of our most famous Sigma Nu brothers. My idea for this column was born while working in the Richard R. Fletcher Honor Library, easily the most striking room at our headquarters. It houses several collections of books, including an extensive collection by Sigma Nu authors.

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