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SLI PARTICIPANT GUIDE

Chapter Meeting Three:

Chapter Meeting Three: Accountability and Brotherhood *These are actual scenarios from this academic year involving Phi Mu Delta members. Each group will have 10 minutes to prepare for their presentation of the case. After the preparation time, each group will have 3 minutes present their case study to the larger group.* CASE STUDY #1 The Beta Beta chapter of Phi Mu Delta has just had a very successful philanthropy event where they raised thousands of dollars. The chapter members have put hours of work into planning and executing the event. To celebrate a job well done, the members decide to host a celebration at an off-campus house, where a few members live. In the chapter’s GroupMe, there is an open invitation to come to the party and a plan for every member to pitch in for beer and liquor. A member, who is over the age of 21, goes to the liquor store and purchases cases of beer and a few handles of liquor and provides it to the off-campus house. The night starts with just the brothers and their significant others, as guests. Eventually, things get out of hand and 100 people show up. As the party progresses, some chapter members decide that the party is too crazy and decide to leave – others stay and continue to have fun. The week following the event, a woman, who attended the event, reports to the university that she was sexually assaulted at the “PMD Party.” QUESTIONS TO CONSIDER • What are the major factors of this case? • Which factors are problematic? • What is the underlying culture that led to this situation? • How could the event been run differently? 18 Phi Mu Delta Fraternity

CASE STUDY #2 The Alpha Delta chapter of Phi Mu Delta has always been successful – they had a strong recruitment, they recruit leaders into the chapter, and they complete the required number of service hours. The chapter has 30 men on the roster but less than half are regularly showing up to the weekly chapter meetings and attending the non-mandatory events. The members who are always showing up to everything are frustrated and the leadership has always struggled to get members to show up to events. QUESTIONS TO CONSIDER • What are the major factors of this case? • Which factors are problematic? • What is the underlying culture that led to this situation? • How could the chapter respond to the issue? CASE STUDY #3 It’s bid day at Lion’s University. The IFC chapters are excited and prepared to welcome their new members. The Omega Tau chapter of Phi Mu Delta has a very special evening planned for their newest members. They meet the new members at an off-campus house and direct them to the table in basement where there are a few cases of beer. The active members direct the new members to drink the beer and get to know each other over the next half hour while they sit upstairs. After the new members drank most of the beers, the active members proceeded to line up the new members and ask them questions about the organization - any wrong questions resulted in push ups or wall sits. Then, the new members were told to divide into two different teams for a scavenger hunt. The scavenger hunt has about 15 items on it, ranging from collecting items on campus to getting inappropriate pictures of women (in varying degrees of undress), and retrieving women’s undergarments. QUESTIONS TO CONSIDER • What are the major factors of this case? • Which factors are problematic? • What is the underlying culture that led to this situation? • How could the event been run differently? What are the major factors of this case? • Which factors are problematic? • What is the underlying culture that led to this situation? • How could the event been run differently? 2017 Sapphire Leadership Institute Participant Manual 19

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