Zetas hold work shop at GSU


 Last month the Psi Beta chapter of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. along with their graduate chapter Epsilon Alpha Zeta hosted their annual Area V Workshop in the black and gold room.

Jaschandria Babers, the president and a graduate member of the Epsilon Alpha Zeta Chapter said the Nov. 16 event had a successful turnout. 

 ”Hosting the Area 5 workshop at Grambling State University was indeed an honor,” said Babers. “It gave our sorority great pleasure in being apart of this.” 

 bout 200 members of the sorority and its auxiliary groups attended the workshop. Schools that attended were University of Louisiana at Monroe and Northwestern State University just to name a few. 

“It was very exciting to see so many of my sorority sisters attend the Area V Workshop but most importantly promoting prematurity awareness ,” said Curry “and donating to the Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. Educational Baby Shower to help give back to expectant mothers in our community.”

 he event began at 8 a.m. and ended around 5 p.m. The event was a closed session, allowing only the members of the sorority and its auxiliary groups to attend. 

pecial greetings were given by Dr. King David Godwin, interim dean of the College of Arts & Sciences and a member of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity Inc. as well as City of Grambling Councilman, Cullen Jackson.

Also in attendance was Grambling State University’s president Dr. Frank G. Pogue who, in his speech, jokingly stated that he would get “beat up” by his wife for being surrounded by beautiful women. 

 he graduate members of Epsilon Alpha Zeta collected $230 in raffle ticket sales as well as 353 baby items that will be donated toward their Educational Baby shower that will take place in spring 2014.

The members of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. would like the thank the City of Grambling, the city of Ruston and Grambling State University for their constant support.