Travis Martin joins the HBCU Lifestyle Podcast to talk about his path from student leader Mississippi Valley State to a university student affairs leader.
Get the Latest News on Black Fraternities and Black Sororities
The business of black fraternities and black sororities is a serious one. Black Greek organizations have a storied history on HBCU campuses and their members continue to be widespread and highly influential today. Keeping up with the happenings of these energetic black fraternities and black sororities can be a full-time job. Let HBCU Lifestyle do it for you!
There’s no shortage of happenings in the “Divine 9” and we cover it all. News about successful black Greeks, updates on new black fraternities and black sororities and details of group expansions are just a few headlines. For current students, meanwhile, we offer key advice on how to choose a sorority or fraternity and how to balance Greek life with academics.
Black fraternities and black sororities are vibrant and dynamic. Keep up with them here!
Roland and Bethany Criswell are partners in life, business, and service.Their partnership reflects a life of community, philanthropy, and entrepreneurship.
The film “Burning Sands” forces an honest discussion among Black Greek fraternity and sorority members and candidates about hazing.
We Black Greeks proudly declare that we are committed to community service. The trick is make sure the community service is meaningful.
Contributor Felecia Commodore recently got a chance to see the Oscar-nominated film “Hidden Figures” and came away with a key takeaway on sisterhood.
Pettiness is a real problem in Greek life because everyone is emotionally invested in their letters. Here is how you manage #PettyLaBelle in your chapter.
Forget about the politics of the 2016 presidential election. America needs ethical leadership and Black Greeks can be a significant part of that movement.
We Black Greeks mean well when we say “my letters” but taking ownership of those letters means taking ownership of our missions.