Sigma Beta Rho Fraternity, the Executive Board, and leadership denounce, in the strongest terms, the violence and loss of life perpetrated by racist, nationalist terrorists during a protest in Charlottesville, Virginia.
The National Executive Board and the National Alumni Association Board of Sigma Beta Rho Fraternity, Inc. have appointed the organization's first Board of Trustees. After weeks of deliberating, the members of the Board of Trustees were appointed on September 26, 2016 and all members accepted their appointments. The board consists of several fraternity and Greek Life leaders.
When Irfan Bashir ’19 heard about the University’s antiracism video contest, he knew it was something he had to attempt.
Never mind that he had never made a video in his life.
“I had to try,” said Bashir, a computer science major from Kashmir, a conflicted region between India, Pakistan, and China. “I wanted to show that although this is a diverse campus, racism does exist. But together, we can stop it.”
Sigma Beta Rho is the first national multicultural fraternity. Since its establishment in 1996, the Sigma Beta Rho (SBR) has been active in 21 states with 45 chapters, totaling to 3270 members nationwide. With a multicultural brotherhood, the fraternity is dedicated to promoting cultural awareness and spreading the positive message of diversity.