I think it is appropriate for me to diverge from my normal topic of conversation for just a little while this week. If you have been following my column throughout this school year, you know I am obviously a member of the greek community here at the University. Furthermore, I am a member of the Rutgers Interfraternity Council, which is a board of greek leaders who coordinate the efforts, philanthropies, goals and other events related to the fraternity community here on campus. In the past several years, the IFC has worked very diligently to become a stronger and more respectable greek community. My articles in this column over the past several months have been written in the hope that non-greek students and faculty realize the merits of fraternity life and the strides we have taken at the University to alter our image to reflect our actions.