We Black Greeks proudly declare that we are committed to community service. The trick is make sure the community service is meaningful.
There are few things more important than character and Greek life demands a high degree of character.
The year of 2014 was one with many eventful moments for Black people. Conversely, it was also an eventful year for Black sororities. Black sororities saw moments of divided views and moments of dynamic unity. The year of 2015 is now upon us, and as we move forward here are my views on what the […]
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 […]
Earlier this year there was an article regarding “5 Challenges Black Sororities Must Address in 2014”. The author brought up great points for us to consider and ponder. There was much debate and conversation around this piece, some persons even going to the extent of questioning the current relevancy of Black Sororities in our society. […]
The struggle can be quite real for many of us Black Greeks. As proud as we are of our letters, at some point many of us ask, “Does it matter what GDIs think?” GDIs (“gosh darn” individuals) cannot and should not be ignored as much as many of us would like to. There are, however, […]
For more than a century, an effective leadership network for black male college students has existed with dynamic results. The fraternities of the National Pan-Hellenic Council—Alpha Phi Alpha, Kappa Alpha Psi, Omega Psi Phi, Phi Beta Sigma, and Iota Phi Theta—have helped provide members with avenues to become effective leaders in communities around the world. […]