Perspectives
 

Purpose

As a quarterly magazine, Perspectives provides a forum for research, ideas, and information related to fraternities and sororities that:

  • is thought-provoking and innovative,
  • shares new information,
  • highlights best practices, and
  • challenges thought.

Perspectives promotes the exchange of various angles, arguments, contexts, and experiences to stimulate a deeper understanding of fraternity and sorority advising, education, programs, and policies.

Advertising

Interested in advertising in Perspectives? Contact Andrea Starks-Corbin, Director of Marketing & Communications.

Submissions

The Association of Fraternity/Sorority Advisors welcomes articles for Perspectives that seek to complement the AFA Core Competencies. Before beginning your article, please review the comprehensive submission guide.


Leadership

2019 Editors

Noah Borton, Delta Upsilon Fraternity
Brooke Goodman, Delta Phi Epsilon Sorority

2019 Editorial Team

Brittany Barnes Deeg, RISE Partnerships
Meredith Bielaska, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Katherine Carnell, University of Mount Union
Annie Hardie, Alpha Delta Pi
Tyler Havens, Interfraternity Volunteer
Andrew Hohn, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
Ashly Horton, The Ohio State University
Jodi Jabs, Campbell University
Jamison Keller, Georgia Institute of Technology
Heather Kirk, Sigma Phi Epsilon
Kyle Martin, Eastern Michigan University
Ryan Miller, University of Utah
Lindsay Sell, Colorado State University

Issues by Cover

If you are looking for a particular issue by cover graphic, please see the magazines below.

 

2018 Issue 2
Legal Topics

 

2018 Issue 3
Revisiting the Past

 

2018 Issue 4
Collaborations & Partnerships

 2019 Issue 1
Adapting Today for Tomorrow

2017 Issue 2
Change Management

 

2017 Issue 3
Hot Topics 

 

2017 Issue 4
Advocating For the
Fraternity/Sorority Experience

 

2018 Issue 1
Alcohol Prevention

 

Summer 2016
High Impact Practices

 

 Fall 2016
The Money Issue

 

Winter 2016
Ethics in FSL

 

2017 Issue 1
Transitions 

 


Summer 2015
Who We Are &
What Motivates Us  

 

Fall 2015
Viewing Sexual Assault
Through a New Lens

 

Winter 2015
From Where I Sit



Spring 2016
Future of Fraternity &
Sorority Life

 


Winter 2014
Analyzing our Work

 

Spring 2014
Mental Health & Wellness

 

Summer 2014
Race & Ethnicity

 

Spring 2015
Saving Fraternity & Sorority

 

Winter 2013
The Importance of Mentors

 

Spring 2013
Rethinking Risk Management

 

Summer 2013
Service: Is What We're
Doing Enough?

 

Fall 2013
Revolutionizing Fraternity

 

Winter 2012
Creating a Meaningful Experience

 

Spring 2012
Advising Fraternities & Sororities

 

Summer 2012
The Call for Values Congruence

 

Fall 2012
A Renewed Perspective

 

Winter 2011
The Global Impact of
Brotherhood & Sisterhood

 

Spring 2011
Gender Identity in the
Fraternal Experience

 

Summer 2011
Ethics in the
Fraternity/Sorority Profession

 

Fall 2011
Trends Affecting
Fraternity/Sorority Life

 

Winter 2010
Supporting Students
with Disabilities

 

Spring 2010
Responding to the
Economic Crisis

 

Summer 2010
New Ideas for
Professional Development

 

Fall 2010
Technology in
Our Profession

 

Winter 2009
Tackling the
Tough Issues

 

Spring 2009
Nurturing, Learning,
Assessment, and Change

 

Summer 2009
Making Meaning of the Impact of
Spirituality & Religion

 

Fall 2009
From Bystander Behavior
to Intervention

 

Winter 2008
Relevant Legal Issues for
Fraternity & Sorority Professionals

 

Spring 2008
Growing Diversity of our
Sorority & Fraternity Experience

 

Summer 2008
Sorority & Fraternity Sustainability

 

Fall 2008
Practical Skills for the
Sorority & Fraternity Professional

 

Winter 2007
Starting a Fraternity/Sorority
Community-Wide Change Initiative

 

Spring 2007
Why We Should
Close More Chapters

 

Summer 2007
Bringing Your "A" Game

 

Fall 2007
Can Women be Chauvinists?
Addressing Men's Issues
with Fraternity Men

 

Winter 2006
30th Anniversary Edition

 

Spring 2006
Make Every Venture an Adventure

 

Summer 2006
A Call for Values Congruence

 

Fall 2006
The Effects of Technology
on the Profession

 

 

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