Bro. Tobias Floyd, a member of the Epsilon Zeta Chapter at Fayetteville State University (FSU), has been elected president of the campus National Pan-Hellenic Council for the 2020-21 academic year.
Our inaugural House of Alpha Week was one for the books, and we owe it all to YOU! Brothers and friends, thank you for tuning in and engaging with us
Brothers appointed to the Andrea Harris Social, Economic, Environmental, and Health Equity Task Force
Congratulations to Brother Rev. Dr. Jonathan C. Augustine, National Chaplain, Brother Kevin Price, and Brother Benjamin Money, on being appointed by North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper to serve on the Andrea Harris Social, Economic, Environmental, and
Congratulations to our brothers who have been appointed to serve on the NC Black Entrepreneurship Council. The Council will help guide the Foundation in its programmatic and grant making ambitions
Edgar Zimmerman is the new principal at Simkins Elementary, where he has been interim principal since December and assistant principal since 2018. During his time as assistant principal, the school
Congratulations to Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Inc. Top Follower of the Week, Brother Donald McClain!
Congratulations to our Top Follower of the Week, Brother Donald McClain! Interested in becoming Top Follower of the Week and winning a FREE Alpha tee? Like and comment on AT
Congratulations to 36th General President-Elect of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc., Brother Dr. Willis L. Lonzer, III
On behalf of General President Dr. Everett B. Ward, we extend our congratulations to the 36th General President-Elect of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc., Brother Dr. Willis L. Lonzer, III.
“Learn Alpha. Lift Alpha. Live Alpha” July 15-18, 2020 Mobile Alabama. For full agenda and registration information please visit the convention website.
WASHINGTON — The Senate on Tuesday unanimously confirmed Gen. Charles Q. Brown Jr. as the Air Force’s chief of staff, elevating a four-star general who is the first black man
When Winser Alexander began his academic career in 1976 as associate professor and chair of the Department of Electrical Engineering at NC A&T, the underrepresentation of African Americans in academia