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from nytimes.com

Beer Ads That Portray Women as Empowered Consumers, Not Eye Candy

Beer companies are rethinking the fraternity house imagery and sophomoric humor that long defined their advertising campaigns.

Tracing the full history of traditionally white college fraternities in America from their days in antebellum all-male schools to the sprawling modern-day college campus, Nicholas Syrett reveals how fraternity brothers have defined masculinity over the course of their 180-year history. Based on extensive research at twelve different schools and analyzing at least twenty national fraternities, The Company He Keeps explores many factors--such as class, religiosity, race, sexuality…

from Something Greek

Americans Proudly Defined

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Kenneth Miller 1969, B.S., Business Administration 1971, MBA As an alum of the Beach and very involved as a student between student government (ASB president and senator-at-large) and the SAE fraternity (IFC vice president), CSULB was one of the most defining periods of my life, as it is for most students.

The wine fraternity, Barons of Barossa was founded in 1974 by a group of influential Barossa winemakers and this, their 2010 Shiraz blend, is elegance defined. Raspberry and cherry flavours show great length, a soft tannin finish and well-balanced oak. Will age gracefully up to ten years. For more information, visit: http://www.winesociety.com.au/product/25976

The Undergraduate Interfraternity Institute® (UIFI®) is a five day institute that brings together fraternity men and sorority women from across North America to create opportunities to explore, define, and enhance their leadership skills, personal awareness, commitment to their fraternity or sorority, and grow to expect values based action from themselves and those they lead.

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from nytimes.com

Beer Ads That Portray Women as Empowered Consumers, Not Eye Candy

1-31-2016 Beer companies are rethinking the fraternity house imagery and sophomoric humor that long defined their advertising campaigns.