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Emily Shih


The Alpha Chapter of Alpha Pi Omega sorority is pictured.
Photo Courtesy of Ivan Richardson.
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Founded at UNC, Alpha Pi Omega — the country's oldest Indigenous sorority — turns 28

The country’s oldest Indigenous sorority — Alpha Pi Omega (APiO) — will be turning 28 years old on Sep. 1 in remembrance of Founder’s Day.  The sorority founded its first chapter, UNC's Alpha chapter, in 1994, and now represents more than 130 tribes and has 24 chapters chartered nationwide.  “It’s so important to have an Indigenous sorority on campus because we are the minority of the minority,” UNC senior and Alpha chapter president Hayley Jacobs said.

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Community members attend Africa Fest on Nov. 13. Put on by the UNC African Studies Center, it is the first UNC event dedicated to African culture.

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