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Members of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority Inc. and Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity Inc. dine at the Kent State Student Center on Saturday, April 23, 2022 during the commemoration of the organizations founding.

Zeta Phi Beta and Phi Beta Sigma commemorate 50 years at Kent State

Morgan McGrath, Reporter April 24, 2022
50 years later, the historic Zeta Phi Beta and Phi Beta Sigma Greek organizations celebrated their monumental anniversary with a weekend full of activities at Kent State. Members of both organizations joined together Saturday on the third floor of the Student Center for food, music, dancing and celebration. 
Brothers Quinn McGuire (left), Daymond Williamson (middle) and Calil Cage  (right) of Phi Beta Sigma at a community service event.

Kent’s multicultural organizations forced to maneuver like never before

Chris Bright Reporter February 15, 2021

Finding a diverse group that represents some of many different backgrounds that attend Kent State can be troubling for students. Factor in a global pandemic and it becomes nearly impossible for these students...

The empty stage of the first US Presidential debate is seen as workers complete the final touches on September 29,2020 in Cleveland, Ohio. - Tuesdays clash in Cleveland, Ohio, the first of three 90-minute debates, represents the first time voters will have the chance to see the candidates facing off against one another directly.

Trump says he won’t participate in next debate after commission announces it will be virtual

(CNN) -- President Donald Trump said Thursday that he will not participate in the second presidential debate with Joe Biden after the Commission on Presidential Debates said the event will be held...

Members of Kappa Alpha Psi perform in annual integrated Greek step show on Sept. 20, 2019.

Deltas take home trophy from Kent’s Integrated Greek Council step show

Kennedi Combs Diversity reporter September 21, 2019

Five of the eight black sororities and fraternities at Kent State competed head to head for a $100 cash prize and bragging rights at the step show Friday night.   Black organizations Kappa Alpha Psi,...

Members of Phi Beta Sigma pose for a portrait during the Sleep Out for the Homeless event Friday, Oct. 20, 2017.

Phi Beta Sigma holds Sleep Out for the Homeless event

Tierra Thomas October 21, 2017

Large blankets, food, board games and layered clothing kept students out all night as they accepted donations for the homeless during Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity’s first ever Sleep Out for the Homeless...

Phi Beta Sigma to host Stroll-Off

Malcolm Murray March 17, 2017

Phi Beta Sigma Inc. will host its first Greek Stroll-Off Saturday, March 18, in the Kent State Student Center Ballroom.Phi Beta Sigma Secretary Franklin Chesney said the show will start at 7:14 p.m. —...

Junior political science major Camara Thomas introduces himself and explains why he joined his fraternity Phi Beta Sigma at the Multicultural Greek Info Night on Wednesday, Feb. 4, 2015. “I wanted to look out for those around me and I felt Phi Beta Sigma gave me that opportunity,” Thomas said.

African-American Greek Chapters: Small in numbers, strong in bonds

Jenna Kuczkowski February 17, 2015

They chant, they step, they stroll and they make themselves known. Out of the 29 Greek chapters at Kent State, there are six chapters on campus that are part of the nine historically African-American...

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