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Amazing resouces on risk management and alcohol at the Pi Kappa Phi HQ web site!

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Great resources at Bacchus and Gamma! || Take Comfort In Rituals. What do you think of when you see this picture? Frankly, it caught me a bit off guard. I hadn’t had the opportunity to enjoy my morning coffee at Starbucks. I saw this sign in the context of National Hazing Prevention Week and the IMPACT program that I had just returned from. Take Comfort In Rituals. That’s a good, strong statement – as good and strong as my cup of coffee. It is comforting to know that the brotherhood we enjoy in our fraternities is grounded in the foundation of our Rituals. Our Rituals espouse values bind us. These are ideals such as Truth, Courage, Faith, Power, Virtue, Diligence, Justice, Chivalry, and Brotherly Love. Shared values are powerfully comforting. Incorporating these into our daily lives (our “little r” rituals) provides us with the comfort to know that we are doing what’s right. Knowing that you are using values to guide your decisions is empowering, even if that decision may be unpopular. Our Ritual is comforting. Hazing is not. Hazing is in direct conflict with our values. In replace of our Ritual, hazing leaves us with Lies, Cowardice, Infidelity, Weakness, Dishonor, Defeat, Inequality, Disrespect and Hate. These values leave our friendships and organizations empty. Take an opportunity to reflect upon the Ritual of your organization. It has all the answers needed to combat hazing. After that reflection, you might need some ideas to help start building brotherhood. The NIC offers a resource called the "Best of Brotherhood Building". Get your FREE copy by emailing mailto:andy@nicin... this week (September 19-23, 2011).

AFLV: Anti-Hazing...There Should Be An App For That

AFLV: Hazing exists because you don't care...enough.

AFLV: Andrew's Story: A Young Alumnus on Hazing