Greeks - Fraternities and Sororities

By Stacy M. Brown, NNPA Newswire Correspondent @StacyBrownMedia Nana-Ama Brookman, a senior at Virginia Union, said she wouldn’t be on the cusp of graduating with honors and with a degree in mass communications and criminal justice, if it weren’t for the United Negro College Fund. When she started college, Brookman worked three...
Last month, Memphis was blanketed in a sea of red as members of the local chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority celebrated their 106th Founders Day. The celebration, chaired by Demetria Monix-Goode, started with a REDception on Jan. 11, providing fun and fellowship with Deltas from Memphis Alumnae as well...
If it seems like almost every African-American fraternity or sorority is hosting a Founders Day program this month, it’s because they probably are. Of the nine National Pan-Hellenic Council organizations – affectionately called “The Divine Nine” — five were founded in January, four of them more than 100 years ago....