We Black Greeks proudly declare that we are committed to community service. The trick is make sure the community service is meaningful.
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.
Every Black Greek is expected to be a leader. Let’s look at how your peers can tell you are representing your fraternity or sorority well.
There are no simple answers for complex issues and social justice is complex. To see a good portrayal of social justice’s complexities, I recommend the HBO movie “All the Way”. Although the film focuses on Lyndon B. Johnson’s first year in office as president of the United States, the movie brilliantly lays out the socio-political
New Year’s Resolutions for the Divine Nine members to maintain the integrity of their fraternities and sororities.
There are few things more important than character and Greek life demands a high degree of character.
Summer time is fun time but for student leaders summer is also prep time for the next academic year. Greeks can use summer to tighten up their chapters’ brands. Not that brand, by the way. I’m talking about your chapter’s image. Being conscious of the chapter’s brand while not in school is a good way