Know your history. Embrace your letters.

Posted by Stuff for Greeks on 1/21/2013 to News
From left to right - Hosea Williams (Phi Beta Sigma), Jesse Jackson (Omega Psi Phi), Martin Luther King, Jr. (Alpha Phi Alpha), Ralph Abernathy (Kappa Alpha Psi) on the balcony of the Lorraine Motel - April 3, 1968.

Above: From left to right - Hosea Williams (Phi Beta Sigma), Jesse Jackson (Omega Psi Phi), Martin Luther King, Jr. (Alpha Phi Alpha), Ralph Abernathy (Kappa Alpha Psi).

All members of all fraternities and sororities should know and embrace the significance of this photo. It was taken at the Lorraine Hotel in Memphis, Tennessee, the day before Dr. King was assassinated in April 1968.

Greek life is more than just letters, colors, and parties... but often times, the general public does not understand this. The media tends to paint a negative picture of Greeks by focusing on stories of brutal hazing and binge drinking. To combat this negativity, wear your letters with pride and show people through your service that Greeks make a difference and bring about positive change in the world.

Today our nation celebrates the life of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. We must honor and keep his dream alive not just today, but every day.

Chapter Fund Raisers

Posted by Tisean on 1/8/2013 to News
Let’s face it, we all need money to live the way we would like to. As individual citizens of this great country we have bills that we must pay. As students we have tuition that has to be paid for. As members of organizations we have to pay dues, and as chapters we have conventions and other events that that must be paid for as well. In the past, most of you have probably had bake sales, washed cars and thrown parties to raise funds for your chapters’ expenses. Well, we are here to suggest an easier, more modern way to raise money for your chapter – become a Stuff 4 Greeks Affiliate - sell our Greek gear on your facebook/twitter page or website....

The S4G Story

Posted by Stuff for Greeks on 1/1/2013 to News
Once upon a time, it was very frustrating to get a custom line jacket made according to your specifications. You had to write out what you want on a piece of paper, take it to the local Greek store or embroidery shop, pay per letter, wait forever, and pray they get it right.

Then one day, two young UGA grads built a website called (later to become S4G) that allowed fraternity and sorority members to design custom Greek gear from the comfort of home with no minimums, upload custom artwork or choose from thousands of designs, see a proof before production begins, and rest assured knowing that their quality custom piece will soon arrive on their doorstep....

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