Since the return of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority at the University ofMississippi, these ladies have hit the ground running. Since their April 12th appearance back on campus, these twenty-seven ladies have worked alongside Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, visiting the elderly at Graceland nursing home in Oxford, MS. They have also worked with the men of Kappa Alpha Psi to host a seminar for young African-American males, in which they attempted to influence these men to be positive role models and upstanding citizens. Affectionately known as AKA, these ladies have most recently collaborated with the women of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority in a clean-up on Highway 6 in Oxford. AKA is excited to be back and is gracious for such a warm welcome from students, faculty, and staff. The organization intends to continue working with an array of organizations and to constantly promote service.
For the first time in the history of The University of Mississippi, all of the historically black greek letter organizations, also known as The Divine Nine are represented.