So what does it mean to be a brother?
"Brotherhood" is the reason why students around the country have decided
to join fraternities. Brotherhood is a hard word to define. In a fraternity,
students with common interests live in a common environment. Through sharing
experiences, working together toward common goals, helping one another
through rough times and celebrating achievements, a bond called "brotherhood"
is formed, deeper than friendship.
Brotherhood is what gives a house personality. It's what gives a student
security and encouragement after leaving home. Brotherhood is not something
that's experienced when you first join, but rather something that grows with
age, something that lasts after leaving the physical structure of the house
Our brothers are expected to live by our Code of Ethics.