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To nurture and further a dynamic, value-based environment which utilizes our historically Latino based fraternity as a catalyst to better serve the needs and wants of all people.


  • Spotted: Bro. Amir Ismail reflects on his time in Tanzania

    • Monday, December 08, 2014
    • Sigma Lambda Beta

    Bro. Amir Ismail from the Beta Delta Chapter at Rutgers University - Newark was featured on the Rutgers Business School's website this week. Bro. Amir, a senior accounting and supply chain managment major, wrote an article for the business school in which he reflected on his time spent in Tanzania, Africa earlier this year.

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  • Spotted: Bro. Waylan Stevens helps Milikin University celebrate Native American Heritage Month

    • Tuesday, November 11, 2014
    • Sigma Lambda Beta

    Bro. Waylan Stevens, from the Delta Epsilon Chapter at Milikin University in Decatur, Illinois is contributing to his university's celebration of Native American Heritage Month in a huge way. On November 12, Bro. Waylan will be hosting a discussion on what it is like growing up American Indian.

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  • Grand Valley Betas promote #iComeInPeace

    • Sunday, November 02, 2014
    • Sigma Lambda Beta

    The Alpha Gamma Chapter at Grand Valley State University along with the GVSU Muslim Students Association hosted the #iComeInPeace photo project. The project, which was modeled after GVSU's I Too Am GVSU campaign, highlights the need for mutual understanding due to current political affairs and the dynamics of society concerning stereotypes American Muslims face everyday.

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Letter from the Chairman

Dear, Brothers, Families and Friends,

With the start of a new fiscal year in SLB and recent new school year, I want to take a moment to welcome out new student members and thank our dedicated volunteer leaders and staff members for your hard work. I look forward to working with all of you as we prepare for another year of achievements that build success for every brother, entity, region and ultimately across one-SLB. 

We begin the fiscal year and academic year under new leadership at the SLB Executive Office. Bro. Ricardo Cortez is the new Exectuive Director. He brings innovation, deep fraternal knowledge and a strong commitment to serving our members and mission. For the next few months the EO, EBOD, and RDC will continue to build a stronger fraternal infrastructure to support of the new EBOD and RDC terms which start in 2015. To make sure we start off this year synchronized and increase awareness we will provide a BETACON recap and start of term message that will be distributed shortly. 

Together we can seize the opportunities that come with each academic year and take pride in the fact that our family continues to grow and thrive as the very best Latino-based Multicultural Greek organization across the country.

!Live the CREED!!
Luis J Cruz-Rivera

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