Believe it or not, I talk about résumés in my Greek life leadership presentation, “The Black Greek Success Program”. The reason is a college résumé should tell a student one of two things—either he/she has done a great job of campus leadership or that student needs to improve his/her leadership skills. For the purposes of […]
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Tiger Woods is the first individual donor to a new University of Maryland Eastern Shore scholarship fund that will honor the memory of Dr. Charlie Sifford, the late professional golfer. Woods is joining with the university to pay tribute to the man who broke the color barrier on the PGA Tour in the early 1960s. […]
One of the quintessential college experiences is living in a dorm—at least for a year. Many college kids actually find that dorm accommodations are ideal for beyond the freshman year for a variety of reasons. If you’re heading off to college, the following eight reasons are just a few benefits of living in a dorm. […]
While the idea of spending your spring break partying, lying on the beach, and basking in the sun sounds appealing, many college students view the downtime as an opportunity to earn some extra spending money. If it sounds like you, here are some spring break job ideas to help you get started. Baby Sitter Many […]
There was quite some discussion in 2014 about the five issues I felt Divine Nine fraternities should address. As 2015 has rolled in, I realize that one issue seems to never go away while events throughout the course of 2014 gave me perspective on more things to which our fraternities—Alpha Phi Alpha, Kappa Alpha Psi, […]
Yes! Black History Month is here again. Believe it or not, there was a time when there was only a Black History Week. However, progressive as that may seem, there are budding elements coming largely, but not solely from the African American community that suggest that Black History Month as separate singular concept in lore […]
Throughout our history, people of color have had to endure many toils, trials, and tribulations in America. This long running play about Black humanity is collectively called Black History. Embracing our history should be vital to people of color. It helps us obtain a clear and sound understanding of the past, the problems we face […]
So as I am writing this the wonderful women of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. have just celebrated their 102nd Founders’ Day. The women of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. are gearing up for their celebration on January 15th and the women of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. will be right behind them celebrating their […]
The news cycle in the last quarter of 2014 was undoubtedly very active with the Black Lives Matter movement. We saw a Black Greek break a major sports record, a chapter’s building win an environmental award, and Black Greeks mentioned as a major teacher recruitment effort. 10. Alpha Phi Alpha chapter at Valdosta State helps […]