Zeta Chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha featured on Watch the Yard

February 21, 2017

The brothers of the Zeta Chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha at Yale recently published the video of their Fall 2016 neophyte presentation gave Watch The Yard access to the video.

The Zeta Chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. was founded on April 10, 1909 at the University and throughout the years, its members have been responsible for  programs supporting ethnic diversity. Alphas at Yale have played key roles in the establishment of the Black Student Alliance at Yale, Yale’s Afro-American Cultural Center (The oldest and largest in the East), and one of the finest and most prestigious African-American studies programs in the nation.

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