Alpha Phi Gamma - Mokers
"MOKE" - shouted across campus, painted in red on foreheads - that was a sign to the campus that a new organization had been born, and further investigation revealed to interested Centralities that once again a social fraternity was in action. The group was founded as a local social fraternity by nine members on October 14, 1945. The fraternity that chose to be called Alpha Phi Gamma, and often referred to as the Mokers, is one of the oldest fraternities on campus. They have remained rooted deep in tradition not just within their organization but on the CMU campus as well.
They hold events such as the Moker March, Moker Smoker (Formal Rush), Christmas Dinner, and Friendsgiving. Alpha Phi Gamma contributes to philanthropic efforts such as Holiday House, The Food Bank, and other community-based service. With their motto “Amicitia Facit Gaudium”.," which means "Friendship makes joy," these men continue their 78-year heritage with actives and alumni alike into the future of this university.