The men you meet will be the ones who stick around for life. They understand you. They support you. That’s bonding at its best. Have no doubt that once you’re part of this circle of friends, they’ll always be there for you. Welcome to your new family.
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Your education is the key to your future. You have a burning desire to excel. Our scholarships, loans and tutoring can take you to the next level. Follow your dreams. Be a distinguished scholar at graduation.
Sometimes you want to throw the ball around. Sometimes you want to compete. Either way, brothers know how to rally for a game. Remind them of past glory. Challenge yourself to win and be a good sport. You’re in the game together.
You want to give back to your community. To your neighbors. It’s a smile on the face of someone who says, “Thank you.” They need role models. You have the potential to do something good.
You’ll never want to leave college, so make the most of it. Make that experience the best it can be with a group of friends you’ll always remember. Go out. Hang out. These are the days you’ll talk about for years to come.
Sometimes to stand out in a crowd, you need to have integrity. You want friends who share common beliefs, goals and ideals. But it’s important for your experiences to be your own. Make a name for yourself.
The True Gentleman is the man whose conduct proceeds from good will and an acute sense of propriety, and whose self-control is equal to all emergencies; who does not make the poor man conscious of his poverty, the obscure man of his obscurity, or any man of his inferiority or deformity; who is himself humbled if necessity compels him to humble another; who does not flatter wealth, cringe before power, or boast of his own possessions or achievements; who speaks with frankness but always with sincerity and sympathy; whose deed follows his word; who thinks of the rights and feelings of others, rather than his own; and who appears well in any company, a man with whom honor is sacred and virtue safe.
-John Walter Wayland