Greeks - Fraternities and Sororities

As the pink and green colors of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. began to envelop Downtown Memphis this week, arrivals for the 90th South Eastern Regional Conference came packing special pajamas, with the sorority’s historic focus on community service...
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...
The men of Omega Psi Phi, Inc., in the Fifth District, will mark their Annual Achievement Week with the first annual district-wide blood drive on Thursday Nov. 14. “Locally, we have one or two blood drives a year, but this...
Veteran Washington journalist and acclaimed author Jesse J. Holland is set to deliver the keynote address for the 25th Annual African American Male Image Awards Banquet on Saturday, Nov. 9, 2019 at the Holiday in at The University of...
National Pan-Hellenic Council of Memphis President Darrell Catron and his delegation beat out the favored city of Baltimore and won their bid to bring the 2019 Biennial National Pan-Hellenic Council to Memphis. Swagged out in their Greek colors, members of...
Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity & Zeta Phi Beta Sorority chapters in Memphis and throughout the country are encouraging the “blue and white family” to support the new movie “Emanuel” during special showings June 17 and June 19. “Emanuel” is a...
After enduring a social media backlash, Zeta Phi Beta sorority has reportedly rolled back their previous statement banning transgender women from its organization and has apologized. —Violent video shows police wrestle with woman as her baby falls to the ground— The...
On Monday, February 19, 2024, the Memphis Alumni and Kappa Beta Chapters of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc. celebrated more than two decades of partnership with St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. The momentous occasion was marked by the "Vicennium Partnership...
Betty Miles ended up getting much more than she expected during a recent trip to Southland Mall. Asked if she would like to register to vote, Miles replied, “Yes, I’ve been meaning to register to vote. I might as...
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...