Like I said, every school is different. Some greeks at other schools may buy there stuff but its all good...then I will respect it. I dont step on the plaques and bricks because of the historical significance at Howard not just because its greek. We have chilled under the Ivy Tree plenty of times matter fact an AKA came over and chilled with us. Maybe thats because she knew us but thats besides the point. Oh yeah the KKpsi lame that got all hostile. Playa I wasnt talking about your chapter just the Howard chapter that gets no respect. Your band has to be good first for me to respect a band frat. A band frat HA....that even sounds funny ...I know some dudes in KKpsi beat up this one dude cuz he was gay. Now how weak is that. I bet you they wont take that same hostility out on Georgia Ave. Them DC dudes would shoot them as soon as they opened they mouth. Again it depends on where you go. At Howard since it is an open campus there are many people who chill on campus and I have seen Greeks get jumped cuz they tryed to "represent" < so they call it. Anyway I'm not scared of any Greek on Howard Campus cuz most of them were lame before they pledged and extra lame after. If you got beat up the year before and now you a alpha and think I am going to respect you ...man you better get your weight up and see me. No E-thug over here just telling the truth on how it is around my block. Oh yeah and rubberband man ........are u in the incrowd? If not dont talk....
Now, I just read this...
You have some serious insecurity problems, guy. What? Did u try to pledge Eta Omega and drop or something? Are u a band groupie who isn't in the band? Is has to be one or the other with all this blatant hate. I just wish u went to Dover talkin this crap. It'd be worth me coming down to see my bruhs put over-hyped E-thugs like u in your place. Besides, obiviously u can't be as tough as u claim. I know some of the Howard bruhs well enough to know that if u took this same bullsh*t to them, they'd probably stomp a mudhole in yo a$$.
"KKPsi ain't greek"...HA! I challenge you to got ANY HBCU where the Psi isn't established and try saying that to them...
I dont want to sound mean or anything buttttttttttt
I wish a b*tch would tell me to get up from where I am sitting.
I aint even going to lie its going to be trouble ....trouble
I mean yeah you painted the bench that belongs to the school and the students your frats colors but that dont mean its now yours...if my tuition money paying for the joint ...I'm sitting there.....
I hate to be mean but Band Frats get no respect where I'm at....if a band lame dare say something he is definitely prone to getting that ass whomped.
Maybe at Howard the Greek scene is fading out because I never see any problems on that front when it comes to greeks stepping out they place. Hell I've seen freshmen beat Greek's asses and thats just embarrassing.
Word to the wise.....if you come to Howard with that bull*hit you are prone to getting your ass embarrassed and beat. You never know that person might not even go to school and might be packing heat. Another word of advice be easy on the greek gang stuff(thats what it is) cuz at HU they dont roll hard like that to check anyone.
Good thing I don't go to HU....I would've fought a guy like you. That's just disrespectful. Now, at Del State, the Psi is respected...anyone...and I mean ANYONE who steps out of line and blatantly disrespects the hard work and dedication put into a place to call our own is handled accordingly.
They can. It's just that some people don't care. In such big companies, u may have people who figured they have job secuirty cause the company is so big .
I 've seen it. Hell, I work at Comcast. I gets customers who tell me everyday that someone (before they get me), has gotten LOUSY customer service.
However, I've also learned the most important thing: The customers is always right.....IF IT'S WITHIN REASON. Some people figure that just just because they pay for a service, they can abuse the system of that service.
So, it's a two-way street.
Reparations....peiople having been using this as a cop-out for years. Me, I'm not going to go o war over something that happened 150 years ago. I nor my grandfather's grandfacter was around for it.
Pople want to honor that past....fine. But using this as an excuse to get money....pathetic. And it makes us ALL look bad.
Since I work two jobs, I don't get a chance to watch videos much (Not like I did b4), but I thought Game's new video was OK.
Simplistic, not too materialistic. Decent.
He had on waaaay too many Black Wall Street chains, though.
What'd u think?
DSU offers free tuition to students in the hurricane Katrina-affected states
September 1, 2005
DOVER , Del. – Staying true to its land grant status as an institution that serves, Delaware State University is offering free tuition for enrollment in DSU during the 2005 Fall Semester to any students who are currently enrolled in a college or university located in the region affected by Hurricane Katrina.
The students have to be enrolled in a college or university located in the states of Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, and Louisiana, and must be a resident of those states or a resident of the Mid-Atlantic States region (which includes Delaware, Virginia, Maryland, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York, and the District of Columbia).
“DSU wants to reach out and help the people of this affected region in these hard and tragic times,” said DSU President Allen L. Sessoms. “Because we are a state university, we can offer a way for students there to continue their studies in Delaware and not have to put their progress in higher education on hold.”
Delaware State University has 67 undergraduate degree programs, 19 master degree programs, and two doctoral programs. DSU offers a broad range of majors that includes, biotechnology, education, airway science, agriculture, natural resources, nursing, social work, sports sciences, sociology, sport sciences, criminal justice, foreign languages, as well as various natural and social sciences, management, visual and performing arts, and mathematics degree programs.
Delaware State University is located in Dover , the state capital of Delaware , and currently has a student enrollment of more than 3,200 students. It is located two hours east of Washington D.C. and 1˝ hours south of Philadelphia, Pa.
Eligible students interesting in attending DSU during the 2005 Fall Semester, can contact Germaine Cheatham, executive director of Admissions, at (800) 845-2544 or at (302) 857-6351.