Jacqueline Chang, Pamela Milan. Byron William Brown, Georgean Wynter, Eugene Alexander Peters, Monica Sheppard. AmiJee Cattouse.

ROW 1: Chris Duncan, Joe Manfredo ROW 2: Steve Kaplan, Ken Barger, Mike Tutino, Wayne Jenne, Joe Contino, Dan Josephson, Gary Owen, Jon Cohen, Jeffl'hompson, Mike Eisner, Joe Polito, T J Sorady, Al Murray. Mike Abatengelo, Dave Lehrer, Chris Long, Larry Schurek, ROW 3: John D'onofrio, Paul Ca– bera, Rick Smith, Mike O'shei, Or Skubbish, Tony Pantano, Ed Taylor, Steve Silvin, Wayne Freidperson, Jim Doherty, ROW 4: Dr. Dave Rath, Tom Lucero, Grant Hopson, Jim McGeeney, (not pictured) Burt Warner, Bill Needrith, Don Munro, Mike Liberatore.

Alpha Phi Alpha came to the Buf– falo State campus in 1980, thus be– coming the campus' first recognized black Greek Letter association. Some of their programs included an annual scholarship dance, exhibits on the fraternity, dance benefits for Children's Hospital, and the United Negro College Fund. Their most re– cent motto is "The Greatness of Our Past is the Key to Our Future."

Sig Tau was the first national frater– nity to return to Buffalo. State once the ban was lifted in 1976. This fraternity was originally charted in 1933 and has been a very affluent part of the school community. Sig Tau's main activities are The White Rose Formal, Home– coming, Beerblasts and their Fraterni– ty House Parties. THE ROSES OF SIGMA TAU GAMMA The sisters of Sig Tau were the first auxiliary program to be started on the Buffalo State campus. The Little Sis– ters assist the brothers in most of their functions and community projects.



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