Loretta Lynch, a member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. was nominated to be the United States Attorney General. Read more to see how the women in crimson and cream supported their sister. Read More
Visit the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial in Washington, D.C. to experience the power of a fraternity. Brothers of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. spearheaded the effort to make the memorial a reality. Read More
We all need people to carry us on their shoulders when we can no longer go on. These Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity brothers show us how it should be done. Read More
ADPi and SigEp recognize the need to advance the conversation about sexual assault prevention on college campuses. They’ve teamed up to make college campuses safer all over North America. Read More
Greek Ally and the Greek Ally Task Force were developed by Greek students at the University of Oklahoma to show that fraternities and sororities can be a place where LGBTQ individuals can find solace and grow from the values established through Greek chapters. Read More
Patrick Morris and hundreds of other fraternity and sorority members banded together to help the community after the devastating tornado in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. Listen to this powerful talk about community. Read More
For too many girls and women around the world, access to quality education is often limited. Sorority women all over North America have united to build schools around the world and provide educational opportunities that wouldn’t exist without their hard work. Read More
When you join a Greek Organization, you join a legacy. You join the ranks of men and women who have changed the world. Below are some of them.
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Greek Life needs leaders, not followers. Greek Life needs creators, artists, thinkers, and makers. We need a new generation of founders. Our history is long, but our future is longer. It’s time for a new vision. It’s time to ReThink Greek.