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Jonathan Grant Mr. Brown Critical Writing 10/16/2008 A Selected Annotated Bibliography on the Relevance of Black Fraternities and Sororities About NPHC . 2007. K-State Chapter of the National Pan Hellenic Council, Inc. 16 October 2008. http://www.k-state.edu/ksunphc/about.htm The author focuses on the main components of what being in a fraternity or sorority is all about. The article mentions the extremely strong bonds these groups share and their extensive activity to improve the community. That would only make these Greek-Letter organizations culturally relevant among American standards. There is really no other way to break them down as this article outlines the way of life of fraternities and sororities. The article’s strength comes from its appeal technique. They are very persuasive as the article appeals emotionally and ethically to young, black brothers and sisters about uniting. The article includes some of the goals of a Greek-Letter organization as well as benefits that an individual will obtain throughout the rest of his or her life. This article would be a great base for further research because it is in outline format. A Selected Annotated Bibliography on Professional athletes and Steroids Jenkins, Chris. “Players admit steroids changed baseball.” USA Today . 15 March 2005. One of the main points the author discusses in the article is prime examples of certain players in
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