Homecoming attendees gathered to dedicated the National Pan-Hellenic Council Greek Garden at Unity Circle to honor the Divine Nine historically African American fraternities and sororities.
"With the construction and dedication of the Greek Garden, we celebrate the Divine Nine here today. We also celebrate what this means in terms of inclusion and welcoming and diversity in our campus climate,” said UT Martin Chancellor Keith Carver.
A UT Martin press release reports that chapter alumni joined with current students to honor their charter members and recognize the academic, social, financial and professional influence of the chapters since their incorporation dates.
The NPHC Greek Garden at Unity Circle is located between Clement Hall and the Andy Holt Humanities Building on the UT Martin main campus.