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1974

Alpha Phi Alpha, 1974
Alpha Phi Alpha, 1974
Front Sitting: Anthony D. Crisp, Darryl A. Givens, Keith Jackson, Ronald Robinson.
Second Row: W. Cariton Rogers, James Toies, Jerry Johnson, Kearn Holloway (Sweetheart), Avis Winston (Sweetheart), Geraldine Barber (Sweetheart), James Kirkpatrick, Roger Waller.
Third Row: Ronald Powell, Earl Smith, Larry Crenshaw, Glenn Seaborn, Clyde Hicks, James Baker, Arthur Gilliam, James Carter, James Williams, Leonard Elam, Tony Marshall, Howard Jackson, Brian Gordon.

"Alpha Phi Alpha was founded at Cornell University, Ithaca, New York in 1906. The concern of the fraternity is to place the highest priority upon scholarship and current social problems. It is true brotherhood, existing for the improvement of its members and the black community at large.

Alpha Phi Alpha, 1974

"Alpha Phi Alpha is proud of the fact that it is an international fraternity which has constantly pioneered valuable and viable programs that meet the needs of the community. Already, the newly founded Theta Iota chapter here at Virginia Tech has initiated several projects throughout Montgomery County."

-- from the 1974 Virginia Tech Bugle, page 234

1975

Alpha Phi Alpha, 1975
First Row: James Toles, Lewis Marshall, Warren Rogers.
Second Row: Glenn Valentine, Ronald Powell, Brian Gordon, Eric Frazier, Keith Jackson, Jacob Wormley, Earl Smith, James Williams.
Last Row: James Flemming Jr., Vincent Johnson, Ronnie Holden, Dwight Goldman, Leonard Elam Jr., James Baker

"... The brothers of Theta Iota chapter express eminently the ideals of friendship and fraternity, and extend an invitation to those who wish to take part in their cause."

-- from the 1975 Virginia Tech Bugle, page 335





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