Former college president skeptical of fraternities | News and Observer News and Observer: My experience was overwhelmingly good. Some brothers remain my closest friends – good guys doing good things in their families and communities.
But I also was aware of sickening discrimination when a great person – one of the best dudes ever, a big-hearted bridge-builder and fun guy – was denied admission by a couple of morons because of his ethnicity.
Chandler says fraternities are more prone to bad behavior because they attract people of the same backgrounds who are less likely to confront one another. He thinks a more diverse membership serves as a check on bad behavior.