Graduation season this semester has looked a lot different because of COVID-19 but it has not stopped members of Black fraternities and sororities from celebrating each other and their accomplishments.
We at Watch The Yard have been getting thousands of submissions from D9 members who want to showcase their graduationpictures to the world so we decided to make a list of the best Alpha Phi Alpha graduation pictures from the Spring 2020 graduating class.
Watch The Yard’s mission is to document and promote Black college culture. We focus on archiving the rich and powerful culture of Black college students both past and present and this is an insightful look at how members of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. are celebrating themselves and their academic achievements across the nation in 2020 through the COVID-19 pandemic.
We spent a lot of time and carefully curated this list of this year’s top Alpha graduation pictures.
Make sure to pay special attention to the pride and honor these graduates are exuding and the attention to detail and creativity of their graduation photographers.
These brothers party hard, they stay up late, but most of all they GRADUATE!
Share this on Facebook if you think these brothers deserve to go VIRAL!
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