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Which sorority is best?
I am look to join a sorority specifically one that is historically black. I want to be a part of a group of that truly believe in sisterhood. I want them to be leaders, respectful, and accepting of differences. A group of ladies who want to not only better their community but themselves creating a combination of beauty, and empowerment. The problem is I don't know which one stands for those qualities. I have looked at a few websites but get confused about what they really stand for as a united group.
As a man I can only talk about fraternities.
When I was in college long ago I pledged Kappa Alpha Psi. What I've learned is you can't go by what is on the website or even by the famous achievers who happen to be members.
Ultimately the fraternity or sorority becomes the actual students you are engaged with on a daily basis. There are lots of documented instances where various members of Greek organizations do not follow the ideals and principles officially put forth by their founders and those in national leadership positions. Depending on the immaturity of the students at your college you might be better off to join a sorority after you graduate college.
Having said that the girls I dated back then tended to be members of AKA or Delta. For some odd reason I was more attracted to girls on my campus who happened to be members of Alpha Kappa Alpha.
However as I said it's the people who make the organization.
The Divine Nine and the National Pan-Hellenic Council include the following. (4 Sororities): http://www.nphchq.org/
Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Founded 1906, Cornell University
Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Founded 1908, Howard University
Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Founded 1911, Indiana University
Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Founded 1911, Howard University
Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Founded 1913, Howard University
Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Founded 1914, Howard University
Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Founded 1920, Howard University
Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Founded 1922, Butler University
Iota Phi Theta Fraternity, Founded 1963, Morgan State University
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