What once started as cruelty to animals, siblings, and fraternity brothers has blossomed exponentially.
University of Georgia: Football, barbeque, and fraternity parties are the usual draws to Athens, Georgia.
Consequently, a $25 million lawsuit was brought against the fraternity on behalf of his mother.
Yale eventually responded by banning the fraternity in question for five years.
When she arrived, she found a fraternity full of immature and sexually inappropriate behavior.
In the fraternity debates Herzl expressed himself sharply against any open or covert manifestation of such sympathy.
The next day Cap Smith came over and bid him to the fraternity.
A specially gifted member of the fraternity hurries down a beam with a baby in his clutches, which he has powdered with ashes.
The fraternity had had refusals before; they usually began this way.
I noticed your body in the parade, and have never seen a finer representation of the fraternity.
early 14c., "body of men associated by common interest," from Old French fraternité (12c.), from Latin fraternitatem (nominative fraternitas) "brotherhood," from fraternus "brotherly," from frater "brother," from PIE *bhrater (see brother). Meaning "state or condition of being as brothers" is from late 15c. College Greek-letter organization sense is from 1777, first in reference to Phi Beta Kappa.