Post by Bay Area Sigmas.
The Brothers of Alpha Nu Sigma are once again compelled to announce the recognition of one of its own. Brother Matais Pouncil will be honored May 16, 2014 by Striving Black Brothers Coalition Chabot College with their "Man of the…
Jan. 9 marked our great fraternity’s 100th anniversary. It’s almost hard to believe that our honorable founders started our organization a century ago with a hope that, years later, it would produce thousands of men dedicated to brotherhood, scholarship and service. But that’s exactly what has happened, and we couldn’t be any prouder to carry on the banner of Sigma.
Courtesy of Bro. Dr. Cory Guyton
We live in a world where Black men are constantly labeled as being a threat to society. This is perpetuated through the media so the natural reaction of some people is to distance themselves from us so they will not “get hurt”. While people continue to form their perceptions of Black men and continue to view us as being ravaging animals, there are a group of brothas they really should be worried about — the college educated brothas.
On June 1, the Alpha Nu Sigma Chapter initiated two new members, Otheree Christian and James Gardner.
Bro. Brukab Sisay, our Sigma Beta Club advisor, received his master’s degree in African American Studies from UC Berkeley on Saturday, May 25, at the Black Graduation. He will now continue on toward his Ph.D.
Dr. Eunice Thomas, the 19th International Grand Basileus of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc., was the guest speaker at this year’s Founders Day program.