The Aerie, Yearbook of University of North Texas, 1990 Page: 213
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The ladies spent one Saturday at the Mar-
tin Luther King Jr. center in Denton making
breakfast for the elderly.
At Halloween the Alpha Kappa Alphas
made Halloween packages for the children
at the Fred Moore Day Care center. They
then spent the rest of the day reading and
playing with the children. On another after-
noon they made cookies and visited with the
The ladies of Alpha Kappa Alpha were
proud to be the sorority with the highest
grade point average in the fall.
They also participated in the "Super
Greek" show that was held at the Starplex
in Dallas. Alpha Kappa Alpha took first
place with their performance and won
$1,500.00 for their sorority. They also par-
ticipated in a step show in Austin and
"Our goal this year was to reactivate
some of our in-active members and since we
were able to do this it has been a real
successful year." said Tonya Hadnott presi-
dent of Alpha Kappa Alpha.
Alpha Phi Alpha also came onto the cam-
pus in 1970. This past year the men had
done many service projects with Saint
Emanuel Baptist Church. The men held
clothes drives which profited St. Emanuel
Church and Goodwill. In October they par-
ticipated in a Halloween carnival. "We set
up a booth as well as games and we also had
prizes for the kids," said Alpha Phi Alpha
President Vincet Humphrey. At Christmas
they donated money and twenty-five bags of
sugar to be placed into Christmas baskets at
One of their big events each year was the
Martin Luther King Jr. candle light service.
"Martin Luther King Jr. was one of our
fraternity brothers and each year we have a
candlelight service," said Humphrey.
In the fall the men sponsored a sickle-cell
anemia seminar. At the seminar the audi-
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Before an Alpha Kappa Alpha mixer, a member
prepares refreshments for a few friends. The
mixer was a Greek-wide party sponsored by the
Alpha Kappa Alphas.
During their semesterly clothes drive, members
of the Alpha Kappa Alpha sorority sack up
clothes to send to the needy. Photo by Kathryn
Members of the Alpha Kappa Alpha sorority.
Alpha Kappa Alpha
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