Days later, CNN’s Erin Burnett issues an apology to the members of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. for confusing the women for Crips gang members on-air.
CNN sparked public outcry after the network referred to a historically African American Greek-lettered organization as “gang members.” The group in question, Zeta Phi Beta Sorority Inc., is in fact a part of a larger society commonly described as The Divine Nine.
Shortly after premiering Bye Felicia!, which follows of a group of white women in need of a “dose of reality,” the good folks over at VH1 announce a forthcoming reality television series, Sorority Sisters.
If you are enrolled in college and are considering joining a fraternity or sorority, you might want to familiarize yourself with the values of the organization before you pledge. Some of the brothers of Sigma Chi at the College of William & Mary are clearly living that creep life.
Members of Alpha Xi Delta sorority at Miami University are facing a two year suspension after administrators say they held a party at a slavery museum and destroyed property by vomiting and urinating. The incident took place March 26 in Ohio at the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center where the girls are accused of excessive […]