The Ethics of Ambiguity

Posted: April 15, 2011 by mars2thebars in Uncategorized

“The Ethics of Ambiguity” is a book written by the famous female philosopher named Simone de Beauvoir. In this explanation of human existentialism, she depicts the importance of the genuine.  I want to now take this post astray for a bit in an attempt to glorify how ambiguous and genuine the brothers of Alpha Phi Delta Fraternity are. In fact, we’re not just ambiguous, we’re downright awesome. This week is Greek Week here at Marist College and APD is dominating the competition. Last night APD performed a live band set featuring “Superman” by Joe Brooks, and “Superman” by Goldfinger. You can watch that video here. You can read all about this glorious group of brothers’ journey of a semester full of ups and down in the up and coming article of The Circle, where Greek Life is now going to have its own column! I will be writing a bit for this column so look for my already established brilliant ideas in writing in this newspaper article. And support Greek Life at Marist!

Spank you all! I’ll see you in class despite my bronchitis!

-Mars

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