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|1 hour 18 min ago||Seems like you||
misinterpreted the rules
|1 hour 22 min ago||http://www.steelers.com/video|
|1 hour 25 min ago||EDIT-double post||
|1 hour 26 min ago||so many turnovers||
and one pick 6.
|1 day 23 hours ago||student may not go down||
May actually go up with increase in amount of tix sold
|4 days 5 hours ago||Amalgam||
Do you prefer fast-setting or slow-setting? You know slow-setting amalgam was developed at the University of Michigan at 1011 N. University Avenue
|4 days 16 hours ago||UVA honor code and therefore law||
Would actually apply here since the other fraternities should have turned in this fraternity (and any others) who commited these acts. Which should then go to courts etc.
|4 days 17 hours ago||C'mon man||
I mean are you that stupid
|4 days 20 hours ago||i'm sure we are trying to get to the same goal; however..||
You oppened yourself up and encouraged the attack when you ignorantly stated that nationwide fraternity oversight was the issue. Once you state something innaccurate and unsupported, you lose all credibility and open yourself up to person attack. In a large manner, this manner exists at a few schools, but kicking these orginizations off campus won't do any good if they secretly stick around (See ZBT and SAE fraternities at UofM). Secondly, you keep referencing the same article, which by all accounts is well written, but it is best to consider more than one arugment and data soruce. In science you learn that correlation does not equal causation.
Just beacuse this study reports that fraternity men have been found 3x more likely to commit rape does not necissarlily mean that actually is true. I'm not going to explain why correlation does not equal causation. however, it is much easeir to identify them than anyone else. Hence why it can be easier to identify fraternities if they have a national connecton. It does without a doubt show that fraternity orginizations are more likely to be identified, targeted, and prosecuted. In contrast fraternities and pledges at Yale (as mentionned in the article) were secret until the last 2 years. Hence the school and the study had no way to identify them until after the national orginizations and "fraternities" were re-instated.
The more control over these bodies the better. UVA has a cultural problem rooted in its administration, students, and alumni that enables fraternity members (and drug dealers) to perform this behavior. I apologize to you and any of your friends and family who were affected by the shams who carried out these actions.
|4 days 21 hours ago||Thanks for making my point||
again, anyone who belittles this issue to a joke or feels that any part of it is comedic is a joke of a person themselves
|4 days 22 hours ago||true story||
she obviously didn't help with the gibbons situation either
|4 days 22 hours ago||probably the best argument i've heard all day||
While I thought Mary Sue was ignorant in desiring all on-campus residency requirement for all years. After observing some british housing models and their sucess, It seems we would be better off with this style.
|4 days 22 hours ago||"yeah/no"||
Great way to start off an argument. Can't think of a more eloquent and even internet appropriate interjection.
In case you didn't notice the article discusses that objectification of women is a collegiate cultural problem not just a greek one
Moreover, I'm guessing you don't know anyone who attended UVA or any of the schools I mentionned. I'm guessing you never were inside a GDI house like I was where a rape happended. Finally by ignorant, short, and double worded response , I'm guessing you don't know a victim of assault like I do. Grow up "bro"
|5 days 4 min ago||reading the president's response||
It seems like she gets what the problem is and gets that there are a lot of factors at play.
Looking at this from a michigan standpoint, I think we benefit greatly from not having an in-state as rooted as UVA. That said, our residents are not the same as Virgina. But as again my experience tells me, in state students who are below UVA's standards usually "Know people" who can get them into the school. This kind of person maybe the worst you want at your school.
To complicate matters more, let's remember that UVA president Teresa Sullivan started as UofM's provost before 2010. hopefully, she is doing some good as a lot of these stories seem post her presidency.
|5 days 46 min ago||one may argue that the purpose of||
every male orginization (sports and academic included) is to ultimately sleep with women
except if that orginization chooses not to sleep with women*
|5 days 49 min ago||I lived down south and spent some time in colleges down south||
So that's what I bring to the table
Banning fraternities will place a temporary fix on this problem. However, secret male orginizations with different names or themes (dinner clubs for instance) will re-form and continue doing what they want to do. Having national fraternities linked to these clubs allows some form of identification and control. Several of the Ivy's realized this same behavior (Yale) and allowed national fraternities return to their school. You have to live down south or in a wealthy society world to understand maybe. Don't jump on this bandwagon and think all will be saved. chances are these fraternities will rise again and do what they want.
Michigan greek life is extremely well run, and I think removing fraternities could cause similar problems here. Heck what we have is so mild compared to even other schools in the area; we should be praized.
|1 week 3 days ago||things aren't always what they same||
Although it does not apply here, you always have to remember Duke Lacrosse.
Thanksful I don't know the kids names anymore and just the program where the blame is deserved.
|1 week 3 days ago||Tis I dumb||
post I dare say.
|2 weeks 5 days ago||histo question||
Can't be Heiko actually writing this blog, so tell me....
What kind of epithlium make up the parietal layer of Bowman's Capsule?
|4 weeks 4 days ago||at least Herm||
Is gone to a better place (banned) and was never around to see this crash of the program.
RIP ~ Herm
|4 weeks 4 days ago||Jud Ball is a good friend||
"He'll find me a place at Ball State again"
|5 weeks 17 hours ago||Pitt tickets/attendance||
I remember you mentionned you went to pitt awhile back. How much were tickets at Pitt back in the day? Can't imagine they have changed much.
Were you there before they tore down the stadium? My dad took me to the last PSU-Pitt game way back when. Never realized what a big deal that was until I was in college.
|6 weeks 18 hours ago||highly unlikely||
Alvarez used his Pittsburgh roots and connections to get Chryst that job. For this reason, Chryst was not considered for Wisconsin job when it oppened. I imagine Chryst would have some more wiggle room at this time, but he seems like a guy who is going to stick around at Pitt for a while.
|6 weeks 1 day ago||well maybe||
I'm from Pennsylvania. Know several people on both schools' boards. And I may have a grasp of what does and what traditionally does and does not happen with WPA small college football.
For instance, Grove City College have knock off-color altered UofM uniforms. They also used to hold the all-time NCAA rushing record and proud football heritage (dead now). It's ironic that this school has any similarities to UofM given that it won a Supreme Court Case to deny affirmative action impositions for all private schools while UofM lost their Supreme Court Case dealing with Affirmative Action. There are many people at GCC who view graduates from Slippery Rock as a "slimmy pebble"(little brother) in terms of academic and formerly (back in 50-70s) athletic little brother.
But like you said, I don't know anything and was just trying to bash DB. How is junior detective school treating you?
|6 weeks 1 day ago||maybe I miss worded it||
but I felt that our AD had more of a say in this choice and well it's sad that they invite a small school to come and tell them what to do. ~Whatever
|6 weeks 4 days ago||BYU fans||
From my experience are the most polite, nice, and well-manered in all the country. May have something to do with no-alcohol, but i think they'd be nice anyways
|6 weeks 5 days ago||boycott||
Hard to tell because of it being a night game. The sections were more empty, but I think it had to do more with people arriving on time more than anything.
|7 weeks 2 days ago||RIP Herm||
RIP Herm. I think he'd have something great to say right now
|7 weeks 2 days ago||WWII||
The Vichy France government used a similar tatic while France was under German occupation during WWII.
|7 weeks 2 days ago||Phylus is a regular on the show||
she calls in oftenhttp://youtu.be/2emJa3tL1iM