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Aggie Greeks Share History And Importance Of Stepping, Strolling

Black fraternity and sorority members discuss how 'The Divine Nine' unites students in the pursuit of excellence, service and uplifting activities, including dance forms rooted in African tradition.
Video by Char Callaway, Texas A&M University Division of Marketing & Communications March 1, 2022

members of TAMU NPHC
The Texas A&M National Panhellenic Council

 

Members of the Aggie Greek community, Nkem Nkele ’20 and Alyssa Jackson ’22, share what it’s like to be a part of ‘The Divine Nine,’ also known as the National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC).

The group is comprised of five fraternities and four sororities mostly founded at Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs).

Media contact: Lesley Henton, lshenton@tamu.edu

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