Inside the queer-centric frat that dared to question what a frat even is
45 mins | Sep 3, 2022
Are these groups a community or just a brand? The University of Michigan's Sigma Phi chapter breaks all the rules as the first queer-centric fraternity. Its members saw it as a lifesaving space and decided that going all-gender was the obvious thing to do. The national organization responded by suing them. But, as the US grapples with the debate about whether traditional Greek life is a positive or negative force on campus, Caroline Caitlin explores how the space is imperative for growth in the community.