With the fall term underway and an ongoing case over the death of a pledge, colleges are trying to figure out why hazing happens and how to stop it.
Fraternities build a bond among young men, but at what cost?
Mark Boles reflects on Brock Turner’s release and the shedding of Chessy Prout’s cloak of anonymity to
Do you have a story about being a brother or having a brother that you think other’s can learn from or enjoy?
Rolling Stone’s now infamous article “A Rape on Campus” inspired a new program at the University of Virginia to help end campus rape. Unfortunately, it’s not likely to work.
Brain damage. Death. Unlucky? Or just part of being a man? Inside the conversation at The Good Men Project.
“I felt better after purging my memory of the sham and false brotherhood.”
As dads, brothers, sons, teachers and coaches we have the influence to make the “R” word a thing of the past.
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One Kentucky fraternity. One four minute uninterrupted take of Taylor Swift’s “Shake It Off”. Lawsuit? Nope. Love tweet? Yes.
Think fraternities and sororities are hotbeds of hate? This group is working to change that perception.
Three students who hung a noose around James Meredith’s statue reveal how little progress the school has made since its segregation days.
David Reitan believes the bad behavior in fraternities happens because that is how men think they are supposed to act when they get there.
In a deeply personal post, Mark Greene recalls the brutality of scouting. “Those who offered themselves up willingly, took savage beatings.”
The experience of male powerlessness is very real, and social group influence is our most immediate antidote.
Making guyhood better means involving the screens and valves that relieve male anxiety.