To Snitch or Not to Snitch? The Dilemma of A Leader.

To Snitch or Not to Snitch? The Dilemma of A Leader.

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By Lisa M. Bryant, M.Th (Blog #7: Greek Life)


To Snitch or Not to Snitch? The Dilemma of A Leader.


Dartmouth has recently formed a new task force on hazing, the most recent addition to the multiple committees already addressing problems on campus.  The question is, given how the school has treated Lohse, will anyone ever come forward and speak truthfully about the culture of abuse and degradation perpetrated by the fraternity system? Lohse doubts it.  ‘The message this sends is, ‘Keep your (expletive) mouth shut.’  And that’s pathetic,’ he says.  ‘If someone dies in a hazing incident next year, my saying ‘I told you so’ is not going to bring that person back. It’s not inconceivable that it could happen – people get hurt all the time at Dartmouth.  But no one will ever talk again.” ~ Confessions of an Ivy League Frat Boy: Inside Dartmouth’s Hazing Abuses.

This is just one example of a Greek-letter organization member/leader who took a stand by saying, “no more” and then reported it. Because of his actions(CLICK HERE to Read More…)

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