Zeta Phi Beta Sorority More Active Than Ever

Zeta Phi Beta Sorority

PHOTO | Margarita Lopez

One of the newest Greek organizations on campus is more than just a sorority for its members.

The Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc., was chartered at Tech on March 30, 2016, and is one of five sororities on campus. The sorority is a non-profit, service-based organization that serves others and offers informational activities to the community.

Zeta Phi Beta’s president said the organization has helped her grow in so many ways.

“I’ve also grown so much in my confidence as a woman, a big sister and mentor, and especially as a leader. Being president is far from easy, but it is wholly rewarding,” Briya Alford, a vocal music education major from Conway, said.

On March 28, the Zeta Phi Beta welcomed its spring 2022 initiates on its Instagram page and since then the sorority has been more active than before. The members were part of Sorority and Fraternity Open House during welcome week this year along with the Involvement Fair on Aug. 15 and Meet the Greeks on Aug. 18.

Taylor Wilkerson, a health and exercise science major from Texarkana, said, “I feel as if this sorority has accepted me with open arms, it’s a family outside of family, since I came out in spring of 2022 there has been nothing but love, positivity, and growth.”

Other sororities on campus are Alpha Sigma Tau, Delta Zeta, Zeta Tau Alpha and Phi Mu.

For more information follow them on Instagram @atuzphib to receive information on events they will host throughout the school year.