Diversity in Chi Psi

Updates from the Road

Chi Psi is proud to have embraced non-discriminatory membership policies since our founding in 1841. This openness has afforded men in our Alphas the opportunity to experience Brotherhood with men of different ethnicities, religions, cultures, and sexual identities. On Friday, March 13, the New York Times printed an editorial in which the writer contends that nonwhite students in historically white fraternities “live a harsh existence of loneliness and isolation.” 

While we completely understand that this article justifiably points out realities of some fraternity chapters, we know that Chi Psi positively enhances the college experience for all of our Brothers. To that end, we asked Brothers to share their thoughts and experiences with us. Rather than to argue with this article, our goal was and is to share with Brothers and the outside world just how different the Chi Psi experience is from that described in this article and other recent…

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