National Convention Panel on Issues Facing Fraternities Audio, 1968

This audio is from a panel at the 1968 National Convention of a few individuals to talk about the issues surrounding fraternities today. These include the stigma attached to the Greek system, diversification, polarization, recruitment, separation due to various factors, and the ability to change a chapter's policy, as needed. This is then followed up by questions to the panel, as well as additional issues brought forward, including the expense and purpose of joining, as well as open visitation.





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The original magnetic tape format was destroyed, per request, due to its deteriorating state.


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