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Chapter News

  • Congratulations to Soror Kendall Robinson on all of her remarkable achievements in the art industry. She recently illustrated her first children’s book, Staying Home by Carolyn Woods, a timely story about coping with the COVID-19 pandemic through the eyes of children. We are proud of your commitment to serving the community and creative excellence. 

  • In the spirit of the 2021 International Women’s Day theme, we #ChooseToChallenge the stigma around menstruation. To do so, we have partnered with YAALI to collect donations for PridePads. PridePads is a nonprofit organization that provides biodegradable sanitary pads and menstrual education to young women in Northern Cameroon. Their program in Cameroon is run 100% Cameroonian women. Thank you to everyone do who donated and decided to #ChooseTo Challenge.

  • Congratulations to Soror Melanie Coleman for finishing her term as the 2020-2021 President of the Fine Arts Student Council. This summer, she will be interning with The Walt Disney Company as a part of their first cohort of Walt Disney/UNCF Corporate Scholars. We are excited to continue to support your endeavors.

  • On behalf of the Ladies of Alpha Chapter, Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. and the Men of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc.,  we would like to thank those who donated to our Kwame’s Kids Book and School Supply Drive. All donated items will go to students in Ghana.

  • We would like to thank everyone who purchased products from our Double Good Popcorn Fundraiser. Your support is greatly appreciated!

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Sister Spotlight 

Our April #SisterSpotlight is on Soror Alex Williams (1-A-20)!
A multi-hyphenate, as some would describe her, Alex is an incredibly dedicated Soror that is committed to her passion for Sports reporting and being a change agent in her community.  As the youngest current Rhoden Fellow with ESPN's, "The Undefeated," she works diligently to share stories that intersect sports, race and culture on an HBCU campus.  Appreciative of the Black women who have paved the way for her in Sports broadcasting, Alex continues to push the boundaries of what success looks like in this male dominated industry.  
Soror Williams displays her passion for story-telling and covering the latest news in all facets of sports through a plethora of media outlets.  She is a current writer for the Howard University newspaper, The Hilltop, and the former Sports editor and current writer for the online female empowerment magazine, HerCampus Howard Chapter. Her desire to propel to the next level, motivated her to create her own content series, “Live with Lex,” which serves as a platform to showcase athletes across several leagues through one-on-one interviews that can be aired via Instagram Live.  
Soror Williams understands the challenges of working in a male dominated industry and often shares her experiences with other young African American women whose interests lie in the Sports arena.  She understands the importance of giving back and hopes to one day, utilize her mentoring efforts and talents to create a non-profit organization. It is through this avenue that she will provide opportunities and resources for young Black women to excel in the Sports world.  Soror Williams believes that one day she will reach her ultimate goal of becoming a sideline reporter and knows that true success will not be achieved, unless she paves the way for others to follow.  

We are very proud of Soror Williams! She is ambitious, hardworking and has a love for service. Her future is so bright and we cannot wait to see her achieve all of her dreams!



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