Sisterhood takes over SGA event


The Sisterhood of Criminal Justice is seeking help with its most recent community service event. 

During Tuesday’s Organization Fair in the Student Union’s Black and Gold Room, the Sisterhood of Criminal Justice was seeking a different kind of recruitment. The organization is currently having a tee shirt drive for homeless shelters and rehabilitation centers. 

The organizaton is asking that students come by the financial aid office room 131 to drop off any donations and learn more about the organization. The organization’s founder Reller Jones says that anyone looking to join the organization will not be disappointed.

“These ladies do so much,” she says. “We’re about service, not so much parties.”

The founder says that the organization is always looking to help out the community and for members who are willing and excited to do the same. The organization’s president Tamaika Larocque emphasized what the sisterhood was there to represent.

“We stand for sisterhood, commnity service, and are here to encourage members and students to get high sccholarly achievements and motivate young men and women,” Larocque said. 

The organization also recently adopted a child. They have vowed to aid in the care of the eleven-year old and help motivate the child to pursue a college education. 

Those seeking more information can contact the founder by phone at (318) 274-2109 or by email at

Some other organizations at the fair were the Biology Club, the Earl C. Lester Honors College, Black Dynasty, and several Greek and theological organizations.