The new site will highlight Troy University’s nine NPHC fraternities and sororities.
“The NPHC plaza will be a showcase of our black Greek life here on campus,” says NPHC Advisor Sadaris Williams. “There will be nine different statues about waste high, about three feet to waste high, to show the description of every organization that we have here on our campus, when they started here on our campus and also when their national start founding year was.”
Once completed, the plaza will be a place where people can learn about the NPHC organizations but Williams says the plaza will also be important because of the representation it gives to the groups on campus.
“The representation is very important,” says Williams. “Currently right now there’s no sign of like great black Greek life on our campuses. We don’t have houses. We don’t have any designated spot so this would be a designated spot to show that to students who come on campus.”
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