The Brooklyn Alumni Chapter of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity Inc., is awarding $10,000 in scholarship money to deserving students at its annual Hutson L. Lovell Scholarship Banquet on June 23.
Source: Brooklyn Sigmas to award $10,000 in scholarship money | New York Amsterdam News: The new Black view
By Aaron Allen & Chris B. Bennett The Seattle Medium Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity recently re-established their presence on the University of Washington campus with the initiation of six new members to their local undergraduate chapter, Kappa Lambda. According to Everett Bond, secretary of the Epsilon Epsilon Graduate Chapter of Phi Beta Sigma, the men […]
Source: Sigma’s Re-establish Chapter And Black Greek Presence At UW – The Seattle Medium | The Seattle Medium
DeKALB | Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity Inc.’s annual “Frat Attack” competition returns after a four-year hiatus. The men of Phi Beta Sigma will host their step competition Friday.
Source: Fraternity revives ‘Frat Attack’ | Scene | northernstar.info
NEW HAVEN >> The Delta Iota Sigma Chapter of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity Inc. is launching its Sigma Beta Club mentoring program Tuesday at Lincoln Bassett School, 130 Bassett St.
Source: Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity charters mentoring program at Lincoln Bassett School
Gilbert Spruance Elementary School painted walls, cleaned floors and painted bathrooms as part of their first Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service event on Jan. 16.
Source: Spruance Elementary celebrates King holiday with day of service | The Learning Key | phillytrib.com
By Shawna Moore Staff Writer On Saturday, Jan. 28, UWF’s fraternities, Kappa Alpha Psi and Beta Beta Phi Chapter of The Phi Beta Sigma, will go head-to-head in efforts to help raise money for their…
Source: Two UWF fraternities to go head-to-head for charity – The Voyager
Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity and Zeta Phi Beta Sorority held its joint founders day celebration at Meridian City Hall Saturday afternoon.
Source: Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity and Zeta Phi Beta Joint Founders Day Celebration
By Stephanie R. Jones Contributing Writer Jackson Metro area residents might not need coats right now but it’s still winter and cold weather will come again before the season is over. To make sure …
Source: Area Greeks participate in coat collection | The Mississippi Link
John Hardin, professor of History at WKU, has been honored with the Humanitarian Award from the Martin Luther King Jr. Planning Committee. The award, presented Monday (Jan. 16) during the Martin Lu…
Source: WKU history professor Hardin receives Humanitarian Award | WKU News
Hundreds of community members walked in unison across the Waco Suspension Bridge on Monday morning, recalling the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.’s message of racial equality and the importance of human rights in recognition of the federal holiday honoring the assassinated civil rights leader.
Source: Waco residents unite in service, solidarity to commemorate Martin Luther King Jr. Day – WacoTrib.com: Local