Honoring alumni who served in Vietnam

MARTIN, Tenn. —  A West TN fraternity chapter honors Vietnam War veterans at their annual Founder’s Day Celebration. According to a news release from UT Martin, Vietnam War...

Kappa Kleans push targets trash in city

The Jefferson County sheriff's office partnered with the city of Pine Bluff and Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity Inc. in a community cleanup on Feb. 6. Members of the...

Lifelong dream for UCF grad at Super Bowl

A decade ago when Delta Upsilon brother Joey Nelson ’15 applied to the University of Central Florida, he submitted a personal essay about the leadership style of former Tampa...

Giving books to East St. Louis students

The East St. Louis alumnae chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi has partnered with an international organization to give thousands of books to second- through fourth-graders across the United States,...

Former IFC president joining city’s cultural council

In a year where emotion, tension, and negativity was high, a Sigma Alpha Epsilon alumnus from the University of Missouri-Kansas City is not backing down from trying...

Alumnus making empathy accessible

Michael Tennant, CHi Psi Φ '04, went on The Today Show this morning to talk about Actually Curious and making empathy accessible. How the Actually Curious card game...

Brothers buying real estate to combat gentrification

In 2013, Timothy Webb Jr. graduated from the University of South Carolina ready to use his degree in information technology to help secure data, and now he's...

‘My brothers’: Congressmen on Alpha Phi Alpha

Fraternity ties run deep in politics and public service, lawmakers say A couple of years ago, Rep. Robert “Bobby” C. Scott got together with some friends from college,...

Caring for the Delta Chi alumni house

TROY, Alabama - In the blinking of an eye, Richard Mays’ life changed. While unloading an antique dresser in the antique shop he owned in North Carolina, the...

New president of Jacksonville State

Jacksonville, Ala. (June 23, 2020) — The Jacksonville State University (JSU) Board of Trustees today confirmed Dr. Don C. Killingsworth, Jr. – a two-time JSU graduate and...

Virtual sessions empower black men

When it became obvious last month that the coronavirus was hitting African Americans harder than other racial groups, Gerry White, a sociologist and an associate professor at...

What does FarmHouse have to do with a cure for cancer?

Braden Wilson (Colorado State 13), joined the Be the Match Registry as an undergraduate and went on to serve on the FarmHouse Fraternity staff for four years. During this...