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.
Greek Life contributor Eddie Francis talks with Dr. Froswa’ Booker-Drew about how the Black Greek and HBCU communities can leverage social capital.
Omicron Psi Omega and other groups should focus on makes them unique rather than imitating existing Black Greek Letter Organizations.
A great movement has been happening for those who want to learn about Black Greek life. Be still my beating heart, we have diverse voices providing information and insights about historically African American fraternities and sororities, particularly the Divine Nine. In fact, we can now search the internet for an actual body of research that […]
My mission to do my letters proud turned into my barely graduating from college. I lost myself in Greek life. Over 25 years later and wiser, I often tell younger Divine Nine members about my academic stumbles to call their attention to the importance of personal accountability as a fraternity or sorority member. However, my […]
Congratulations! Your fraternity or sorority chapter has gotten the academic year off to a fast and furious start. You helped fellow students on move-in day, you showed up and showed out for “Meet the Greeks” and that first party of the year was OFF…THA…HOOK! Now, it’s time to get down to the real business. That […]
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 […]