The women of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. in Boston just published photos from their chapter photoshoot and they are stunning!
As the Greater Boston City Chapter, the Everloving, Everlasting Epsilon Chapter is composed of Babson College, Bentley College, Boston College, Boston University, Brandeis University, Emerson College, Emmanuel College, Pine Manor College, Simmons College, Suffolk University and Tufts University.
The ladies teamed up with photographer Ernst Jean Jacques Jr. to highlight their sisterhood and document their chapter for future generations to see.
The Epsilon Chapter has a legacy that spans over nine decades. On May 3, 1924, it became Massachusetts’ first undergraduate chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha when it was chartered at Boston University.
“Since 1924, Epsilon immediately began its legacy of outstanding service and leadership through its innovative programs geared towards solving socio-economic issues within the community. With enthusiasm, strength and pride, the chapter continued to push Alpha Kappa Alpha into the public eye as a premier service organization dedicated to serving all of Mankind,” the chapter website states.
Check out the photos from their shoot below:
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