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" Friendship Is Essential To The Soul. " Omega Psi Phi OMICRON ZETA Chapter Nickname: Dues Nationally: Locally: 1973 Omicron Zeta Chapter was chartered at the University of Florida on Friday, November 5, 1973 under the administrations of Grand Basileus Marion W. Garnett, Seventh District Representative Moses C. Norman, and Florida State Representative Dorsey C. Miller, Jr. The chartering members were Bill Bogan, Thomas Rollins, III, John W. Mitchell, Leroy Williams, Tony A. Moss, Michael Williams, Jonnie F. Brown, Chauncey L. Taylor, Joe McCloud, and Patrick Minzie. Kiner served as the Chapter ' s first advisor. Since its inception, Omicron Zeta has been committed to upholding the ideals of Omega through campus and community involvement and to exemplifying the Four Cardinal in a manner consistent with the noble intentions of the Fraternity ' s Founders. Omega Psi Phi color are Royal Purple and old Gold. During a stepping routine, the gentlemen of Omega Psi Phi perform for an audience. (Photo by Omega Psi Phi) During a barbecue, the gentlemen of Omega Psi Phi display their hand signs. (Photo by Omega Psi Phi) In Turlington Plaza, the gentlemen of Omega Psi Phi wait for other brothers to arrive. (Photo by Omega Psi Phi) Assault on literacy Project pter Size: 6 Omega Psi Phi Fraternity
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" Sisters Above All. " BETA Chapter Omega Beta Phi The ladies of Omega Beta Phi strive to inspire women to realize their true and making their dreams and a reality. The ladies of Omega Beta Phi sustain excellent morals and standards in their college life and encourage others to do the same. Omega Beta Phi lives up to ideals established by its founders, and live by the acronym L.A.D.Y.S. which stands for leadership, academics, dedication, and sisterhood. Omega Beta Phi is unlike any other Greek organization on campus, its goals and dreams are to become a national organization and to give women the opportunity to share the bonds that makes them Omegas. This year Omega Beta Phi won " Best New Greek Organization " by Florida Leaders Omega Beta Phi was founded on October 3, 2000, at Florida International University and since its inception, the has gr own at two Florida Universities. This was Omega Beta Phi ' s first year at the University of Florida making it one of three sororities that were established this academic year. Nickname: Omegas Founded ' Nationally: October 3, 2000 Founded Locally: January 5, 2003 Colors: Navy Blue, White and Silver Standing in Turlington Plaza, Danielle Kesler talks with Vice President Danielle Gordon about upcoming social events. (Photo by Jose Otero) During a Executive Council visit, Isabel Garces, Veronique Desautels, Sharon Caldera and Elizabeth Diaz gather together for a picture. (Photo By Jose Otero) Getting it started, the founding sisters of Omega Beta Phi Sorority gather together before going to their chapter meeting. (Photo By Jose Otero) Flower: Jasmine Symbol: Mascot: Starfish 2002-2003 Omega Beta Phi Founding Sisters Bottom to Top: Danielle Gordon, Veronique Desutels, Nathalie Antenor, Danielle Kesler, Adrienne Balboni, Isabel Garces. Philanthropy: Make-A-Wish Foundation Chapter Size:
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" Culture For Service, Service For Humanity. " ZETA KAPPA Chapter Phi Beta Sigma The Zeta Kappa chapter of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc. was founded at the University of Florida in the Winter of 1974. The first line came up with the name 13 DEGREES OF INTELLECTUAL BLACKNESS. There was a lot of frustration in getting this chapter started. " I can recall having to go back and forth with uF officials to supply documentation, " said Brother John Cowart. At the time, there were only 5 black Greek organizations on this campus. As time went on, Phi Beta Sigma emerged as the frontrunner in many different campus activities. This chapter, Zeta Kappa, was the first Black Greek organization to sponsor a float in the of Florida homecoming parade (Fall 1974). This event opened the doors for many Black Greek organizations to take part in events that were ,traditionally, predominantly white. Zeta Kappa was also the first Black Greek organization to hold in IFC. Walking outside of Palace Nightclub, Winston Thompson show his Sigma hand sign. (Photo by Phi Beta Sigma) Standing together, these brother proudly display the Phi Beta Sigma hand sign. (Photo by Phi Beta Sigma) During a Hawaiian social, the gentlemen of Phi Beta Sigma play a card game. (Photo by Phi Beta Sigma) Nickname: Sigmas Founded Nationally: January 9, 1914 Founded Locally: Winter, 1974 2002-2003 Phi Beta Sigma Front Row: Tony Whatley, Winston Thompson, Paul Barret, President Keith Racine, Corey Campbell, Antonio Redding, Andy Luc, Luckson Emmanuel Second Row: Chris Wilson, Henry Green, Chris Johnson, Alfred Moore, Doug Barry Third Row: Dwayne Mills, Chaunci Witherspoon, Julius Berry Demetrius Griglen, Corthney Daniel, Brenden Griffin, Marvin Prier, Chris Gwin Fourth Row: Jermane Ivery, Kirphton Fray Fifth Row: Charles Anyikwa, Jeremy Austin, Mohammed Lotfy Flower: White Carnation Mascot: Philanthropy: March of Dimes Chapter Size: 26 Colors: Royal Blue eT Pure White 139
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