Members of UW–Madison Divine Nine fraternities and sororities perform a stroll on court during halftime of a men’s basketball game between the Badgers and Rutgers at the Kohl Center on Feb. 12.
The nine historical markers on East Campus Mall honor and acknowledge the groups’ achievements, contributions, presence and history on campus.
The nine historical markers on East Campus Mall honor and acknowledge the achievements, contributions, presence and history of the historically Black fraternities and sororities that make up NPHC, seven of which are active at UW–Madison.
Just over a year after launching the Divine Nine Garden Plaza Fund and campaign, the Student Affairs Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life and Advancement teams surpassed their goal of $250,000 by raising over $275,000 …
The Black fraternal system at UW–Madison has built a legacy of community, resistance, and perseverance.