Following up on coverage of great national news stories from Black Greek-Letter Organizations and our chapters in the first and second quarters of 2014, we continue to see great stories from coast to coast. Phi Beta Sigma continues to capitalize on their centennial but I am pleased to also feature a story about a sorority […]
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The Lincoln Motor Company presented Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity with a check for $25,000 on November 6th as the luxury automaker wraps up its Divine Nine Driven to Give program. The campaign kicked off in early August. As part of the program, Lincoln teamed up with African-American fraternities and sororities of the National Pan-Hellenic Council […]
I had the pleasure of attending the 2014 HBCUStory Symposium that was held in Washington D.C. this year. Dr. Crystal A. deGregory, founder and executive editor, gave her closing remarks and in these remarks left us with the resounding words, “Tell them your story. Tell them the story of greatness. Tell them the HBCUStory.” As […]
The United Nations Association of the USA (UNA-USA) and Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority (AKA), Inc. have embarked on a new partnership with the aim of creating global citizens and fostering new audiences to better support the United Nations. The partnership, set to last until mid-2016, will engage a new generation of “ambassadors” in the vital […]
Now is the time for black fraternities to do their due diligence in leading the national conversation about domestic violence awareness.
How Black sororities can use their finances, woman power, platforms to bring awareness to domestic violence against women, sexual violence, and mental health.
Some students fear missing their best years by not joining a Black Greek college chapter but joining a graduate chapter is part of a new beginning.