To-do list for Alpha Epsilon Rho:
Here are some tasks awaiting attention:
- Article requests : With the change of society management, from the NBS to the Broadcast Education Association, a new logo is needed. An additional, freely-licensed graphic would add reader interest.
- Citing sources : Most fraternity articles would benefit from additional citations, especially new or updated references. These could be from the original Greek Letter Organization reference, Baird's manual (last edition published in 1991), or the online Baird's Manual Archive, or a notable publication or book such as a university yearbook (please add missing collegiate yearbooks to this source!), or an official university portal (~website) listing for the group, or where the school comments publicly on that student organization.
- Cleanup : Examples and templates are available on the Fraternities and Sororities Project page.
- Infobox : The infobox is incomplete or missing. A revised logo, reflecting the BEA relationship, is needed. The template best used for this entry, where you can see all available fields (--these things: "| = ''text'' ) is the fraternity-specific infobox. This, and other useful items are linked on the Fraternities and Sororities Project page.
- Maintain : Set a calendar reminder to update the chapter list and otherwise check the article for necessary updates, annually.
- Update : When calling out specific chapters in the body text, italicize the name of the chapter. Wikipedia practice is that the word "chapter" is not capitalized, while the name of the chapter is.
- Wikify : Add relevant symbolism to the infobox. Expand the History section. A logo is needed. The chapter list should be placed into a table format, like this: Omega Tau Sigma or Sigma Delta Rho (to reference two unrelated examples), or as a separate standalone page when the list is lengthy (subjective, perhaps 30 chapters or more). A chapter list should include dates of chartering. Indicate if a chapter is active by bolding its name, or if inactive by using italics. A table will allow room where chapter references may point to portal pages, and allow comments on where a chapter came from, interesting facts or its outcome.