The Amazing Alpha Delta Chapter blog on things from Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity Incorporated History, all the way up to present day in Sigma Land.
The Alpha Delta Chapter of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity Inc, is the oldest undergraduate NYC chapter of the organization, established in 1928 at the City College of New York, in the Harlem region of Manhattan. The Alpha Delta Chapter, once the city wide chapter, had a long standing connection in the early 20th century, of being ahead of the curve with everything. Community service, eduation and co-sponsered dances with the NAACP not withstanding. With the distinction of being the only divine 9 fraternal organization with a chapter at The City College, The Alpha Delta chapter was and continues to be at the forefront of shaping tradition in the New York City area. One of the most notable members of Phi Beta Sigma, Hulan Jack, the first African American borough president of Manhattan was a member of the chapter. The Alpha Delta chapter, now in its 85th year, is still standing on the campus, looking to continue its outreaach and advancement in the 21st century, while also keeping its detailed, and prestigious history alive. Contact the Alpha Delta Chapter of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity Inc at email@example.com or PBSAD.org.
- Brother Cabril A DeAbreu
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