The closing of the 1921-22 session at Morehouse marked a very interesting epoch. Not only did Morehouse succeed in scholarship, athletics, and social activities, but she was also thoroughly Omega in spirit. Out of the senior class, which had ten fraternity men, 90 per cent were Omega. These men were leaders in the various school… Continue reading The Oracle (Sept. 20, 1922)
Brothers Brown, Dunson, Crawford, Grant, Leem Jackson, Rizell and Davis are members of the Glee Club and Orchestra, the latter two functioning as Business Manager and Assistant Manager, respectively. Psi Chapter has had the appreciable pleasure of acting as host to Brothers J.H. Brown, (Snooky) Taylor, and R.H. Richardson, alumni of Virginia Union, Penn State,… Continue reading The Oracle (Dec. 15, 1922)
The seventh of April marked the complete establishment of Psi. On that night five neophytes crossed the impenetrable desert that they might be enabled to see the light when they had safely journeyed across the wastes to the Peaceful Shrine, They are Brothers R.E. Brown, D.D. Crawford, Carter, E.J. Grant, and S.S. Morris. As the… Continue reading The Oracle (May 5, 1922)
The most famous of Dr. Benjamin E. Mays’ former students was Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. the greatest civil rights leader in American History and winner of the 1964 Nobel Prize for his leadership against racial oppression and injustice. Read More >>> Described by Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., as his “spiritual mentor,” Benjamin Mays… Continue reading Benjamin E. Mays Influence on Martin Luther King, Jr.
Maroon Tiger | Friday, November 22, 1968 GREEK NEWS Omega Dear With the beginning of the 1968-69 academic year, fraternities on the campus of Morehouse College move into a new era. The future of fraternities at Morehouse really seems bright since each fraternity now has its individual “house.” The men of Psi Chapter, Omega Psi… Continue reading The Omega Stone