Greetings Brothers! I think James Brown coined the term “you got to use what you got to get what you need.” – or something like that. If I’m correct in my recollection, I’m certain the inspiration for Brown’s lyric was
Greetings Brothers! It’s one thing to know that it happened. Its another thing to know what happened. The latter is arguably more instructive. Our beloved Third District was born of the State Conference of Virginia which first convened in May
Greetings Brothers! It was encouraging to recently hear that several of the undergraduate chapters throughout the Third District are having new life breathed into them. What a great time to emphasize that Friendship is Essential to the Soul, not only
Greetings Brothers! On page 13 of the Dreer it reads as follows: “To prepare for the next meeting, the undergraduate Founders began to study the student body carefully. Each placed in a notebook or memorandum the names of prospective candidates.
Greetings Brothers! Although this writer prefers the Tarheels of Chapel Hill, the attached article from the March 1962 Oracle is one Duke story I can get behind. While watching the Heels take a thumping this past Saturday, my displeasure was
Greetings Brothers! Let us recognize the Omega in the attached two articles from Zeta Iota chapter in Portsmouth, VA that appeared in the May 1964 Oracle. One article profiles the chapter’s Omega Man of the Year, Brother James W. Holley,
Greetings Brothers! One of the most powerful qualities of Langston Hughes’ artistry was his poignancy. His art was clever and piercing; but most of all it was poignant. It contextualized and invoked, and in so doing it moved. In 1942,
Greetings Brothers! Sharing a wonderful photo of dignity, promise, and nobility this Monday. Brother Alfonso Morrell (2008 Beta Alpha Alpha) was kind enough to share this marker in time with the Third District History and Archives Committee. The photo was