The Kleos is the official publication of Alpha Phi Delta Fraternity. This is a link to our Kleos archive maintained by our Central Office.
Established in 1990, the Ecce Signum is the National Handbook of Alpha Phi Delta. The document has changed over the years: It used to contain the Constitution and Bylaws, directions by car and transit to each school, and other features. The former is now in a separate document, the latter (with the advent of GPS and the internet) is no longer deemed essential. The book does still contain our formal statistics, history, traditions, and undergraduate membership listings. The term Ecce Signum is Latin for "Behold the sign" or "This is the sign" -- that refers to the publication showing forth what Alpha Phi Delta is, what it has done and how it is composed.
The Annual Report is an official publication of Alpha Phi Delta. Begun in 1920, The Annual Report contains officer reports and annual statistics compiled by the Central Office (National Secretary and National Treasurer). The National Secretary is the editor of The Annual Report. Beginning in the mid-1980s, The Semi-Annual Report began to be published in the winter, in conjunction with the Annual Meeting of the National Council; that report is, as its name would connote, a transitional report that only shows forth information for a portion of the fraternal year.