Kappa Alpha Order

Archive of: Risk Management

Hazing (insert cringe here)

Published on: September 21, 2012

[fancytext size=45px]Hazing (insert cringe here)[/fancytext] by: Dan Amato, Associate Director for Chapter Services Hazing. It’s a word that makes most fraternity men cringe. Why? Because we know it’s wrong. Deep down, every good man knows that to treat another human being as if they’re inferior just isn’t the right thing to do. But sometimes men…

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Social Media Matters

Published on: September 7, 2012

Like, Retweet, Check-In, and Shoot. By: Jesse S. Lyons There are four essential social media tools for Kappa Alpha Order chapters, well, at least this month. Here they are—if you don’t have one of these, talk to your Number I and create them ASAP. Report on them at weekly meetings and encourage everyone to engage…

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Bid Day: Alcohol-Free Version

Published on: September 7, 2012

Its against our Risk Mangement Policy. But what else can change your plans… by: Jesse S. Lyons, Director of Communications Brothers, listen up. Take a second and zoom back through history (for some a short few years, for others what seems a lifetime). Imagine it again. You’re 18, you just received your bid and you’re…

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Why is recruitment alcohol-free?

Published on: August 15, 2012

By: Nick Palmer (Delta Lambda – Middle Tennessee State ’04), Director of Chapter Development Why is recruitment alcohol-free? I often get questions about why recruitment has to be alcohol-free, and instead of offering you the most obvious reason, which is that is it is against the law for anyone under 21 years old to drink,…

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KA Bible & Devotional Guide Launched

Published on: August 9, 2012

KA Bible & Devotional Guide Faith can be an integral part of a KA member’s life, and as with all we offer, the Order has been looking for ways to help our new, active, and alumni members on their journey through life. Recently, the Order has launched our very own KA Bible and Devotional Guide,…

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Take the Pledge Today – Be an Every|Day Hero!

Published on: April 12, 2012

[fancytext size=25px]Tackle bystander behavior by becoming an Every|Day Hero[/fancytext] Do you ever find yourself wanting to take an action to make a difference, yet you don’t? Is there something happening in front of you that creates an urge to do something — or say something — yet you feel like you can’t? This can be…

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Think about it — A reminder about Spring Social & Philanthropic Events

Published on: March 29, 2012

By: Jesse S. Lyons, Director of Communications With the onset of spring and the introduction of warmer weather, many campuses, Greek organizations, and our chapters find themselves in the middle of spring formal and social event seasons. While education and discussion about these points below takes place throughout the year in various forms, they warrant…

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