Greek Life vs Gang Life

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Greek life “Joining a fraternity is the best decision that I have ever made. Fraternities teach members leadership. Chapter presidents learn how to solve problems; treasurers learn how to handle a budget. Committee heads learn how to delegate responsibilities and see amazing results from their hard work. Being a member in a Greek house means holding responsibility. It has been suggested that Greek life does not strengthen one's individuality, but I would like to argue the exact opposite. In a house, members have different opinions, different cultures and different priorities (as surprising as this may seem, it's true). Learning how to deal with different opinions and compromise are skills that are taught every day in these housings. Everyone will meet someone in the workplace they may not enjoy being around, but knowing how to handle this situation is invaluable.” ( - 73k -) In most historically black colleges or universities there are many organizations. From the cheerleading booster clubs, to the bold, beautiful, and chic society, they rein all over campus. There is nothing that you can’t get involved in, in observing a couple of things about the organizations at the Atlanta University Center it is seen that the Greek organization play a very big role in how the school functions. On Clark Atlanta’s campus the Greek organization that is very abundant are the ALPHAS (Alpha phi Alpha), they do the most community service and hold a lot of the school functions under their name. They also have a greater graduation rate the other organizations which include: Kappa Alpha Psi, Phi Beta Sigma, Zeta Phi Beta, Omega psi Phi, Alpha Kappa Alpha, Sigma Gamma Rho, Delta Sigma Theta, and Iota Phi Theta. Greek life in historically black colleges is very important to help make a university what it
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