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I wrote a popular post awhile back on how to be cool in college. (yes it’s that simple). In that post, I also included some myths about being cool in college. But really quickly, for the kids in college, I want to give you the myths about college in general. Everyone that decides to go to […] Read more

As part of the college series – this post is in the works. Come back in a day or so and read all about what you need to do to prepare mentally and physically to join a Fraternity. *I am a part of the largest national fraternity in the country. (Pi Kappa Alpha) After I […] Read more

These helpful hints are for EVERYONE. Our original article on “How To Be Cool In College” has received a lot of attention and because of that, I want to give you five simple tips on ways to be cool in college. Very simply, being cool in college will probably make or break your college life. […] Read more

College Alpha Must Haves

College isn’t for everyone. But for you guys that are in college or going to college, there are some must have you should always have. I don’t want to break it up into years so this is a general list of what you should have throughout your college career. Helpful Advice You have to remember […] Read more


Making friends in college can be really easy or really hard. If its easy for you, you probably wouldn’t be reading this right now. So I’m going to try to help you. The mainstream advice is to just go introduce yourself and you will make new friends. Does that work? Sure it does. But it’s […] Read more


Alright guys. I was asked recently to talk about the rush process for fraternities and how you can get a bid to pledge. Since I was offered 3 bids and pledged one fraternity (which I joined) – PIKE – I will try to give you all the pointers I can so you can set yourself […] Read more

How to Be “Cool” in College

What up aspiring alpha males. So if you read in one of my more recent posts I said I was going to help the college guys (and girls) out since college is just about starting again. Fall and September depending on where you go to school, if you’re on the quarter system or the semester […] Read more