I am writing in support of the Greek proposal to address some of the most visible and pressing issues at Dartmouth today. I believe that for far too long the Administration has listened to an uninformed, outspoken minority who are simply wrong in their ideas and views about fraternities. The Dartmouth Alumni with whom I remain closes and most in contact are my fraternity brothers. The Fraternity was central to my Dartmouth experience, not because it was exclusive, but because it was inclusive. I became close with members of the Dartmouth community, both in and out of the fraternity, because of the relationships I enjoyed with my fraternity brothers. Through them, I met a much broader group of my fellow students, because my fraternity brothers enjoyed such a wide range of interests, backgrounds and experiences.
1985 / Alpha Delta