Photo gallery ‘Stroll’ wows crowd at Kohl Center
Members of UW–Madison “Divine Nine” fraternities and sororities perform a stroll — a dance often performed in a line by Greek letter organizations to represent power and unification — on court during halftime of a men’s basketball game between the Badgers and Rutgers at the Kohl Center on Feb. 12. The event was organized by the National Pan-Hellenic Council as part of Black History Month. The NPHC, also known as the “Divine Nine,” is a collaborative umbrella council composed of historically African American fraternities and sororities.
Members of Omega Psi Phi fraternity perform their stroll, a dance of power and unification.
Alpha Kappa Alpha sorority members take to the court. Alpha Kappa Alpha was the first Black sorority on the UW–Madison campus when it was established in 1968.
Alpha Phi Alpha fraternity members inspired plenty of cheers.
Zeta Phi Beta sorority members take center court.
Phi Beta Sigma fraternity members get plenty of cheers.
Basketballs reclaim the court as members of the National Pan-Hellenic Council of UW–Madison exit following the group’s stroll performance.