CIAA Roundtable: Members of ‘The Divine Nine’ discuss hazing, mental health and more
The panel also talk life after college, the importance of Greek life on campus and strolling
It’s another special edition of The Undefeated Roundtable from the 2020 CIAA Basketball Tournament. The Undefeated writer Clinton Yates and contributing writer Greydy Diaz speak to nine individuals about Greek life on HBCU and predominantly white campuses, competition between organizations, mental health, hazing, strolling and more.
This group represents each historically black Greek-letter organization that makes up the National Pan-Hellenic Council, referred to as “The Divine Nine.” Each of these fraternities and sororities offers a history that provides a lens into black America’s fondest memories, including mentorship, legacy and Greek life.
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