WKU Miss Black and Gold wins Districts
Western Kentucky University student and member of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority Incorporated's Lyric Davis Won Miss Black and Gold and Miss Congeniality on the district level last Saturday. Because of her victory, Davis will represent the state of Kentucky in the Alpha Phi Alpha regional conference in April.
Brother wins white house award
Spring 2016 initiate and Senior Photojournalism major Harrison Hill was recently named the White House News Photographers Association's 2017 Student Photographer of the Year, one of the most prestigious awards given for college students.
A new era arises
On the evening of Thursday March 02, 2017 the "Phated Pharoahs of Ankh" were introduced to the world.
Brothers perform in Symposium
Spring 2016 initiates and members of the WKU Forensics team Durwan Green and Brent O'Connor joined other teammates as they hosted the second-annual Black Excellence Exposition.
BROTHER CROWNED COMING HOME KING
Spring 2016 initiate and Senior Construction Management major Adeleke Ademuyewo was crowned Western Kentucky University's Coming Home King at halftime of Hilltopper basketball’s game versus North Texas. Ademuyewo was one of 25 candidates that competed for the prestigious annual title.
HP WINS DISTRICTS
The Eta Rho Chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha became victorious in the Kentucky District Step Show. HP had the home advantage as they hosted the Kentucky District Conference at Western Kentucky University that same weekend, but the victory came without question.
As the reigning champions of the National Pan-Hellenic Council Fall 2016 Homecoming Step Show, the Eta Rho chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha fraternity will compete in the Kentucky District Alpha Phi Alpha step show on Friday, Feb. 3, 2017 at 6:06 p.m. in DSU Auditorium.
BACK TO SCHOOL WITH "ALPHA 101"
On the evening of Thursday, Sept. 9, the men of Alpha Phi Alpha fraternity took the stage at the annual Yard Show for the first time in four years. For the men of Alpha Phi Alpha, this was more than just another performance.
Alpha Phi Alpha returns to WKU
Alpha Phi Alpha, the first African-American Greek fraternity founded in 1906 at Cornell University, had not been present on WKU’s campus since losing its recognition in fall 2011, until now.