Starting college is an exciting time for students. The college environment is new and unfamiliar. College presents an opportunity to try new things, make new friends and learn new skills. New opportunities lead to increased independence and confidence. Fraternities and sororities offer students a supportive network of friends and mentors throughout the college years. Adjusting to college with the assistance and support of others encourages students to get involved and learn new skills in and outside of the classroom. Fraternities offer students the opportunity to learn about the process and structure of a large organization. Fraternities is beneficial for it caters to common interest among people. Fraternities were established because people share something in common. Thus mutualism is the very foundation of this group. From the definition itself, BROTHERHOOD is the affection and loyalty that you feel for people who you have something in common. Sharing significant similarities will empower the students.
Given the motion “ Fraternities should ban in TIP,” In our quest to affirm our stand, we at the negative side strongly believes that it is not Benefical. It is NOT BENEFICIAL simply because banning fraternities here in TIP will take away it’s benefits that the student may gain . Namely…
FRIENDSHIP AND BROTHERHOOD/SISTERHOOD
As a member of the fraternity community, you will have the opportunity to meet students of various backgrounds with both similar and different interests. Within each chapter, there is a close bond of friendship and brotherhood/sisterhood which only the fraternity/sorority atmosphere can foster. The ideal of brotherhood/sisterhood is the principal foundation upon which each fraternity is built and from which you will receive the greatest benefit. Every member contributes to this aspect. Brotherhood/sisterhood combines the concept of individualism within the framework of mutual cooperation. 2nd