The women of Zeta Phi Beta have officially kicked off their centennial year and they are not holding back when it comes to celebrating!
This week over 1,000 Sigmas and Zetas took over a Carnival Liberty cruise ship and headed to The Bahamas to soak up the sun, have fun and celebrate their brotherhood and sisterhood.
We at Watch The Yard spoke with one of the founders of the cruise, Bo Braxton, and he opened up about how quickly it has grown in the last three years.
“It initially started with two Fall 2k3 Kappa Delta Chapter of Phi Beta Sigma line Brothers wanting to go on a cruise to the Bahamas with close friends who were frat brothers in 2018. After having such an incredible time with our chapter brothers and a couple friends, we wanted to experience this same fun but with Sigmas & Zetas from all over the nation. From 30 people in 2018, to 200+ in 2019, to over 1k+ Sigmas, Zetas, Amicae, friends, family and also other D9 members attending this year (2020) on the Carnival Liberty!”
With over 1000 Sigmas and Zetas on a ship, you already know it was a blast. Check out some of the photos for yourself below.
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