High Point University

Pi Theta chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc.

Alon Parker (left) serves as the president of the chapter and the National Pan-Hellenic Council on campus. Douglas Mathis (right) is a graduating senior, the chapter’s vice president and parliamentarian for the NPHC. Photo by Shayla Robbins


The chapter made a “Say Their Names” video to bring attention to victims of racial discrimination and police brutality. Photo from Pi Theta’s Instagram


As part of NPHC Week and Black History Month, the fraternity joined four other High Point University NPHC organizations to discuss the social, political and economic climate of the university and the country. The Pi Theta chapter held other events for Black History Month. In partnership with the Alpha Nu chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc. at NC A&T State University, they mentored high school students at various colleges and universities. They also produced a Black History Month influential video to, as Parker explained, “raise awareness about famous African Americans that have played a pivotal role in minority advancement in various fields of pursuit.” The chapter continues to highlight prominent Kappa Alpha Psi alumni and their achievements, past and present. Students can follow the fraternity on Instagram, @pithetanupes, for more information about future events. Image from Pi Theta’s Instagram


[The chapter] is a social and collegiate fraternity that strives to provide a strong social network and contributes in assisting the High Point community through philanthropic donations and mentorship,” said Parker. The Pi Theta mentorship program has assisted this academic year in the students’ voting registration and hosted a “Race in Society” discussion panel of professionals to talk about campus wide and worldwide social identity. Photo submitted