Phi Beta Sigma
IT all started, as Panhellenic lore has it, some 78 years ago, when three enterprising young Howar University students--A. Langston Taylor, Leonard F Morse and Charles I. Brown--determined that there was room for a fourth fraternity in the new-but-thriving realm of Black Greek-letter societies. Their vision was to create an organization that would receive men of integrity and purpose, build upon their innate gifts and inspire them to go into the world to serve mankind.
From the lofty dreams of Taylor, Morse and Brown grew Phi Beta Sigma Fratenity, Inc., an international brotherhood dedicated to academic excellence and community service.
Since its inception in 1914, approximately 92,000 college-educated men have joined the ranks of Phi Beta Sigma. Its 325 alumni and …
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Publication information: Article title: Phi Beta Sigma. Contributors: Not available. Magazine title: Ebony. Volume: 47. Issue: 5 Publication date: March 1992. Page number: 54+. © 1999 Johnson Publishing Co. COPYRIGHT 1992 Gale Group.
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