After five years, the Beta Gamma Chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. at Virginia State University is back on the yard.
The Beta Gamma Chapter (est. 1926) returned to Virginia State University with their new line “Survivors” alias “Guardians of the 47th” of Spring 2018.
Beta Gamma alumni, and members of Black fraternities and sororities from all over the nation showed up to witness the fraternity reveal it’s new members.
Their neophyte presentation was full of a feeling of family, legacy, brotherhood, tradition and new beginnings.
Watch the video that Sunchase Media did of their show:
News of the neophyte presentation reached far and wide. Not simply because it was one of the first shows of the semester and the chapter was coming back but also because of the attention that it created across social media.
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