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Saturday, November 04, 2017

ASU student develops 'Divine Nine' plots | Lexington Dispatch

"Malik Hargrave, a senior actuarial science major at Appalachian State University, is a member of the Mu Upsilon Chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi fraternity who was instrumental in the development of the National Pan-Hellenic Council Plots and Gardens project at the university" reports Lexington Dispatch.

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He was presented with a lead gift from by Appalachian State Chancellor Sheri Everts at the dedication of the NPCH “Divine Nine” plots on campus on Oct. 7.

Hargrave is a 2014 graduate of Lexington Senior High School.

A strip of lawn on the campus has been designated as a formal gathering space for “The Divine Nine,” the historically black Greek letter organization that makes up the National Pan-Hellenic Council. The National Pan-Hellenic Council was established at Howard University in 1930 with the purpose of serving as the national coordinating body for the nine historically African-American sororities and fraternities.

Source: Lexington Dispatch

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