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Alpha Phi Kappa

About Alpha Phi Kappa

Alpha Phi Kappa was founded on April 9, 1997, by Azro Allen, Robert Clay, Richard Craign, David Fields, Nick Gordon, Rodney McGuire, and Alex Miller. The men saw a need to address issues faced by men of color and to promote a better understanding between cultures. Their vision and purpose are to promote brotherhood.

The society shares a house with its sister society, Eta Psi Kappa.

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Quick Facts

Colors: Baby Blue and Navy Blue

Symbol: Hand Signs

Motto: “Striving for Excellence in Every Endeavor”

 

 

 

 

 

 

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