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What is the difference between Alpha Kappa Alpha and Delta Sigma Theta?

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Matz Lewis Clark

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Matz Lewis Clark, College student, Graduation, Orlando

Answered Aug 27, 2019

Apart from the academic setting where you will be taught and imparted with skills, and other things like how to relate with people in the society, there are other organizations that are not based on imparting academics kind of discipline on people, for example mathematics, biology. But they are also imparting values, disciplines into the people so that they can be a responsible member of the society. Different kinds of organizations like fraternities, sororities are known for training male and female and bringing them into brotherhood and sisterhood respectively.

Apart from the academic setting where you will be taught and imparted with skills, and other things
These groups can be religious based, cultural and others. Two example of sororities known are Alpha Kappa Alpha and Delta Sigma Theta. The major difference between the two sororities is actually on how they are established. Alpha Kappa Alpha was created at Howard University in 1908, five years after some members of the group left to form another group known as Delta Sigma Theta. This shows that Alpha Kappa Alpha is older than Delta Sigma Theta

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Answered Jul 31, 2019

Every individual that wants to attend a college or the other will have it in mind to be involved in academic activities or extracurricular activities, in order to spice up their stay in the college. The academic activities include the mathematics club, JET club, science club, debate team, and so on. There are extracurricular activities or organizations also, which are established based on different platforms like religion, charity, student’s formation, and based on some kind of ideologies sometimes.

Every individual that wants to attend a college or the other will have it in mind to be involved in
Part of this extracurricular organizations include the fraternities and sororities. The fraternities have to do with a group of social organizations of “brotherhood,” while sororities have to do with “sisterhood.” The Alpha Kappa Alpha and Delta Sigma Theta are two eminent sororities that have been for a while. Alpha kappa alpha was founded at Howard University in the tear 1908, but some of the members of this organization deflected to start the delta sigma theta in the year 1913. There is a friendly rivalry between the two sororities.

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H. Barnes

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H. Barnes, Unemployed, Barnes, Atlanta

Answered Jul 26, 2019

A sorority is a sisterhood that one can join during college. It helps create connections and build lifelong friendships. Two popular sororities at HBCUs (historically black colleges and universities) are Alpha Kappa Alpha and Delta Sigma Theta. Alpha Kappa Alpha is older for it was founded on January 15th, 1908 by nine African-American women.

A sorority is a sisterhood that one can join during college. It helps create connections and build
In 1913, former members of Alpha Kappa Alpha came together to start Delta Sigma Theta. It took both sororities times to be incorporated. It took five years for Alpha Kappa Alpha to be incorporated. Delta Sigma Theta was incorporated 17 years after they were founded. Though younger, Delta Sigma Theta has more members and more chapters.

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Answered Jul 16, 2019

The Alpha Kappa Alpha and Delta Sigma Theta are two prominent extracurricular organizations, which college students join to participate in after-school activities, that have attained an excellent reputation over the years. The differences between the Alpha Kappa Alpha and the Delta Sigma Theta are as follows: a. ORIGIN: The Alpha Kappa Alpha was formed on January 15, 1908, at Howard University, Washington DC while the Delta Sigma Theta was established on January 13, 1913, at Howard University, Washington DC by the fissiparous members of the Alpha Kappa Alpha. b. Color, FLOWER, AND SYMBOL:

The Alpha Kappa Alpha has the Salmon pink and apple green as its colors, Pink tea rose as their flower and the Ivy leaf as their symbol. In contrast, the Delta Sigma Theta has the Crimson and cream as its colors, African violet as their flower and the Fortitude as their symbol. c. COUNTERPART: The Alpha Kappa Alpha has the Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity as their male counterpart while the Delta Sigma Theta has the Kappa Alpha Psi as their male counterpart.

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