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Groove Phi Groove
"The GPG fellowship organization was founded in on October 12, 1962 at Morgan State College. The aims are to promote a well-rounded individual, both on campus and in the community, and to support college events like concerts and various sports activities. The requirements are that members have a 2.00 QCA and be a sophomore with the required hours."--Bugle, 1969, p. 244.
The Virginia Tech (Gobbler) chapter was begun in the spring of 1968. The six charter members of Groove Phi Groove were Stan Harris (class of 1968); Dwight Crewe, Larry Beale, and Jim Watkins (class of 1971); and Steve Pyles and Byron Rimm (class of 1970).
"The purpose of Groove Phi Groove is to provide social life for a segment of black students on campus and to integrate social, religious, and athletic phases of collegiate life. The Groove Phi Groove Social Fellowship was founded in 1962 at Morgan State College."--1970 Bugle, page 314.
"An organization of young black men dedicated to the active fulfillment of its members thru participation in University life, Groove Phi Groove Social Fellowship was founded in 1962 at Morgan State College. The social, academic, athletic, and political aspects of campus life are pursued by the brothers at Virginia Tech. Located at 405 Jackson Street, the Gobbler chapter of Groove Phi Groove sponsored varied social events during the 1970-71 academic year."--1971 Bugle, page 234.
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