Pros And Cons Of Nkola Alpha

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As college students, myself being one of them, we have an opportunity to create a lifestyle for ourselves. College campuses offer a wide variety of extracurricular activities to gain college students’ attention. University campuses put several activities, such as sports, committees, clubs and not least sororities. During high school, girls would talk about pledging in sororities. But do they know about the pros and cons of joining a sorority? I chose Alpha Kappa Alpha (AKA) from an HBCU, Howard University which is located in Washington D.C., Maryland. Howard University co-ed Ethel Hedgeman dreamed of creating a support group for women with like minds coming together for mutual uplift, and coalescing their talents and strengths for the benefit of others, On January 15, 1908; her vision crystallized as Alpha Kappa Alpha, the first Negro Greek-letter sorority. Alpha Kappa Alpha’s statement and/or mission is to cultivate and encourage high scholastic and ethical standards, to promote unity and friendship among college women, to study and help alleviate problems concerning girls and women in order to improve their social stature, to …show more content…

When you join a sorority, the Sisters will be your sisters, your best friends, travel companions, and your go-to girls for everything for the next for years or maybe forever. “The bond of Sisterhood is a powerful one that can never be broken, that’s how strong the sisterhood is.” Many sororities are serious about academics and want to do as much as they can do to help you succeed in school. Also hold many study sessions. “Sisters that study together, stay together.” Joining means events, events, and more events! They vary from philanthropy events, sisterhood events, social events, Greek Week, and etc. which means wearing cute crazy outfits, showing off athletic abilities or just cheering on sisters in

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  • Explains that college campuses offer a wide variety of extracurricular activities to gain college students’ attention, such as sports, committees, clubs, and not least sororities.
  • Describes the mission of alpha kappa alpha, the first negro greek-letter sorority founded by howard university co-ed ethel hedgeman.
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