For all the fuss about this month's cover article on "The Fraternity Problem," it leaves us with one simple question. Who will lead? Fraternities can be reformed from within if leadership is willing to live in that tension between what is right and what is popular. GUEST BLOG by Sam Davidson. CONTINUE READING ›
Student Leadership Blog
Think about how much care and attention you give your phone. In some ways, it's the most intense relationship you have. Now, use that successful relationship as a model of how you can invest your energies in human relationships. Are you taking care of the important humans in your life the way you take care of the relationship you are currently holding in your hand? CONTINUE READING ›
Being a great student leader means more than creating new things. It also means taking a real, hard look at your events, meetings, traditions and structures to find what's working, and what's not. You have to be willing to do the hard work it takes (especially politically) to eliminate those things that have outlived their usefulness. CONTINUE READING ›
Who is T.J. Sullivan?
He's a guy who has spoken to more than 2-million college students since 1992 on topics including: alcohol, sex, confrontation, and innovative leadership. He's the co-founder and CEO of CAMPUSPEAK, the nation's premier agency providing speakers to colleges and universities. He's a writer, a blogger, an overly-committed fraternity man. He's a dad, a husband, and a Broncos fan. He's honored you're here, and hopes you find something useful.