Photos: Delta Sigma Phi and Alpha Kappa Alpha Team Up for Breast Cancer Walk

Brothers of Delta Sigma Phi, sisters of Alpha Kappa Alpha and students gather all together for a group photo on the quad (Photo courtesy of Brandon Gonzalez-Brosky).
Members of Greek organizations and other Albion students gather together on the quad on Saturday. Brothers and sisters from Delta Sigma Phi and Alpha Kappa Alpha sold t-shirts supporting the cause and welcomed attendees before beginning their walk for breast cancer awareness (Photo by Naomi Cloostermans).
Hank, the unofficial mascot of Kappa Delta, was dressed in a pink bandana for the event (Photo by Naomi Cloostermans).
Fraternity and sorority members as well as students depart from the quad to begin the walk (Photo by Naomi Cloostermans).
Madeline Budd, the sweetheart of Delta Sigma Phi and Howell junior, smiles wearing a pink t-shirt supporting Breast Cancer Awareness. “It’s super important to support things like research for breast cancer,” Budd said (Photo illustration by Naomi Cloostermans).
The event organizers and other Albion students walking in downtown Albion. The walk for breast cancer awareness made its way downtown and then looped back toward the Albion College campus (Photo by Naomi Cloostermans).


This story previously stated that Hank the dog was the unofficial mascot of the Alpha Kappa Alpha sorority. This story has been corrected at 9:50 a.m. on Oct. 26 to reflect that Hank the dog is the unofficial mascot of the Kappa Delta sorority.

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