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Advising the Historically Black Greek Letter Organization (HBGLO): A Reason for Angst or Euphoria?
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Advising the Historically Black Greek Letter Organization (HBGLO): A Reason for Angst or Euphoria?

Author: Lori A Patton; Fred A II Bonner
Edition/Format: Article Article : English
Publication:National Association of Student Affairs Professionals Journal, v4 n1 p17-30 Win 2001
Database:ERIC The ERIC database is an initiative of the U.S. Department of Education.
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Provides insight on the role of the historically Black Greek letter organization advisor. Provides a brief history of the emergence of Black Greek letter organizations followed by an overview of prominent issues impacting these organizations. Concludes with recommendations to HBGLO advisors, student affairs personnel, and other campus-based officials responsible for advising and mentoring these groups. (Contains 34  Read more...
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Document Type: Article
All Authors / Contributors: Lori A Patton; Fred A II Bonner
ISSN:1094-6624
Language Note: English
Unique Identifier: 425544386
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Provides insight on the role of the historically Black Greek letter organization advisor. Provides a brief history of the emergence of Black Greek letter organizations followed by an overview of prominent issues impacting these organizations. Concludes with recommendations to HBGLO advisors, student affairs personnel, and other campus-based officials responsible for advising and mentoring these groups. (Contains 34 references.) (GCP)

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