fraternity


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  • noun

Synonyms for fraternity

Synonyms for fraternity

a group of people united in a relationship and having some interest, activity, or purpose in common

Synonyms for fraternity

a social club for male undergraduates

people engaged in a particular occupation

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Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity is one of the largest men's general fraternities in North America with more than 280,000 initiated members and has held chapters at more than 300 universities.
In September, the university faced another high-profile incident when the Tech chapter of the Phi Delta Theta fraternity held a party with a banner that read "No Means Yes, Yes Means Anal" and a cutout of a vagina positioned around a working sprinkler.
Steve Swafford, fraternity alumnus and control board member, said the chapter is likely to survive its current travails.
After being on probation for most of the previous three years, the fraternity was suspended in October for hosting an unregistered party for about 70 people in August and for a March 2014 party that featured rum, whiskey and other liquor without having a designated server or someone checking IDs.
The fraternity I joined ensured growth as a scholar, leader, athlete, and gentleman.
Regarding the incident, police have charged 17 fraternity members with felony hazing and five with misdemeanor hazing charges.
Popov and Bernhardt, using a "three-signal setting" to determine three kinds of equilibriums, find that data support a "single-peaked" equilibrium, in which the majority of fraternity members fall into the intermediate skill-level category--some less able students apply but are accepted only if they have strong socializing skills, while students with greater ability but lacking socializing skills do not apply.
7 million major renovation project, another successful fraternity brother said it was lime to jettison the popular "Animal House" image of toga parties and debauchery.
The GreekDiversity Job Board benefits everyone involved: fraternity members seeking new careers, employers desiring diverse talent, and our fraternity partners that share in the Job Board proceeds.
The evidence that the university actively oversees fraternity activities on campus was not sufficient to demonstrate that the fraternity was closely associated with or operating on behalf of a learning institution, according to the court.
This isn't the first time the city has intervened to shut down a fraternity house.
And the fraternity's insurer has filed suit in federal court against the fraternity,, arguing that it does not have to cover its insured in this case.
Pius X (SSPX) and the entirely legitimate Fraternity of St.
The nation's oldest African American fraternity, the 150,000-member Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Inc.
Phi Beta Epsilon Corporation, the alumni association of the Phi Beta Epsilon fraternity at MIT, today announced that beginning this semester it will initiate a program providing alumni mentors for each of its New Members to support their adjustment to life at MIT and beyond.