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Newsletter > March 2006 > "Correction"
In the January 2006 issue of Fraternal Law the article “Muslim Sorority” incorrectly stated that Alpha Gamma Delta was based “on the traditions and the missionary zeal of Ignatius Loyola, a Jesuit Catholic Priest.”
The article should have identified the fraternity as Alpha Delta Gamma. Alpha Delta Gamma is an NIC member. It is a men’s organization.
Alpha Gamma Delta is an NPC member women’s fraternity. It was founded at Syracuse University in 1904 with its object being “to perpetuate among a group of college women a spirit of mutual assistance and understanding; to maintain high standards of scholarship, to develop womanhood and to strive for the attainment of high ideals in college, community and personal life and to train for leadership and a sense of responsibility for welfare of others.”
Fraternal Law apologizes for the confusion created by the juxtaposition of the names.