A report on Omega Phi Alpha

American national service sorority.

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Alpha Phi Omega's "Beauty and the Beast" contest at the University of Texas at Arlington, circa 1960s

Alpha Phi Omega

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Coeducational service fraternity.

Coeducational service fraternity.

Alpha Phi Omega's "Beauty and the Beast" contest at the University of Texas at Arlington, circa 1960s
Alpha Phi Omega's first female national president, Maggie Katz, addressing the delegates of the 39th biennial national convention in Louisville, Kentucky, immediately following her election.
Signing of the ICAPO charter at the 1994 National Convention in Dallas/Fort Worth, Texas
From 1990 to 2016, the APO-USA National Office was located in Independence, Missouri. The national office has since moved back to Kansas City.
Past National President, Fred Heismeyer, lights the convention's eternal flame at the 2006 APO-USA national convention in Louisville, Kentucky.

Before women were allowed to join, several smaller sororities, parallel in ideals but independent in structure, were formed for women who had been Camp Fire Girls or Girl Scouts, including Gamma Sigma Sigma and Omega Phi Alpha.

Bowling Green State University

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Public research university in Bowling Green, Ohio.

Public research university in Bowling Green, Ohio.

First known photograph of the campus, taken in 1910 before buildings were erected.
Bowling Green Normal School in 1915.
Aerial view of the campus, circa early 1930s.
Navy and Marines performing drills on the BGSU campus during World War II in 1945.
The Mathematical Sciences Building was completed in 1970 at a final cost of $7.2 million.
One of the newest residence halls at BGSU, Falcon Heights opened in Fall 2011.
The Oaks Dining Hall.
The main campus skyline looking east from the Administration Building.
Moseley Hall, built in 1916.
Fresh snow covers the lawn near the Student Union.
Jerome Library on BGSU's main campus.
Interior of the Stroh Center prior to an exhibition game against Tiffin.
BGSU shuttle near the Visitor Center stop.
The Firelands James H. McBride Arboretum.
A reflecting telescope at BGSU.
Bowling Green men's ice hockey vs. Michigan.
A Falcons baseball player during a 2014 game.
Interior of the Student Union.
Centennial Hall.
Members of the College Panhellenic Conference gather outside of the Student Union.
Part of the WBGU-TV recording studio.
Frieda Falcon at a basketball game.
The Falcon Marching Band performing at Doyt Perry Stadium.

In 1967, Omega Phi Alpha, a service sorority, became the only national Greek organization founded at the university, known as the Alpha chapter.

University of South Carolina

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Public research university in Columbia, South Carolina.

Public research university in Columbia, South Carolina.

The university's first president, Reverend Jonathan Maxcy
South Carolina College as it appeared in 1850 looking from College Street
An 1872 aerial illustration of the University of South Carolina Horseshoe
Built in 1909, Davis College was the university's first new building after the Civil War and currently houses the School of Library and Information Science
The University of South Carolina's historic Horseshoe, on which the university's first building was built in 1805
Lieber College, originally constructed in 1837, is the office of undergraduate admissions at the University of South Carolina and is listed in the National Register of Historic Places
Completed in May 2000, the $32 million Graduate Science Research Center is home to the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry at the University of South Carolina
West Quad, also called the "Green Quad", became the University of South Carolina's first LEED certified residence hall when it opened in 2004.
The university's Greek Village is the home of 20 sorority and fraternity houses
The university's mascot, Cocky entertaining Gamecock fans at Gamecock Village prior to game vs. LousLaf in 2007.
Williams-Brice Stadium (est. 1930, renovated 1996)
Andrew Card, BS 1971, U.S. Secretary of Transportation under George H. W. Bush, White House Chief of Staff under George W. Bush
Rita Cosby, BA 1989, three time Emmy Award winner, special correspondent for Inside Edition
Lindsey Graham, BA 1977, JD 1981, U.S. Senator from South Carolina
Richard Riley, JD 1959, former Governor of South Carolina, 6th United States Secretary of Education
Stephen K. Benjamin, BA 1991 and JD 1994, 36th mayor of Columbia, South Carolina
Joe Wilson, JD 1972, the U.S. representative for {{ushr|SC|2}}
Larry Kellner, BS 1981, former CEO of Continental Airlines, member of the Boeing board of directors
Wade Hampton III, 1836, Governor of South Carolina, United States Senator, and Confederate General
John B. Floyd, 1829, Governor of Virginia, United States Secretary of War
Flowers in front of Thomas Cooper Library
The fountain and pond in front of Thomas Cooper Library
Lee Atwater, MA 1977, Chair of the Republican National Committee
Ainsley Earhardt, BA 1999, co-host of Fox & Friends on Fox News
Alex English, BA 1976, 8-time NBA all star
Leeza Gibbons, BA 1979, TV host, seven time Emmy Award nominee, reporter for Entertainment Tonight
Henry McMaster, BA 1969, JD 1973, current Governor of South Carolina
Tom Rice, BA, MS 1979, JD 1982, current U.S. representative for {{ushr|SC|7}}
Darius Rucker, musician and lead vocalist, Hootie & the Blowfish
William Timmons, MA, JD, current U.S. representative for {{ushr|SC|4}}

There are two service sororities, Epsilon Sigma Alpha and Omega Phi Alpha

University of Florida

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Public land-grant research university in Gainesville, Florida.

Public land-grant research university in Gainesville, Florida.

The East Florida Seminary, predecessor to the University of Florida, depicted in 1891.
The University of Florida campus in 1916, looking southwest
Statue of Albert Murphree, the second president of the university
Floyd Hall and Leigh Hall, University of Florida campus in 1957.
Century Tower, begun in 1953, commemorates the 100th anniversary of origins of UF and memorializes students and alumni who died in the World Wars
The Honors Residential College at Hume Hall provides residential and classroom facilities for students in the Honors Program.
Opened in 2003, Rinker Hall was the first building on campus to receive LEED recognition. Since opening, other new and renovated buildings on campus have also received certification.
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Library West
Library East
The North Facade of the J. Wayne Reitz Union
Sledd Hall
Griffin-Floyd Hall
Bryan Hall
Sororities on campus
Dance Marathon 2014
The Beaty Towers at UF house the IA Living Learning Community
Harn Museum of Art
Museum of Natural History
Phillips Center
University Auditorium
Aerial of Ben Hill Griffin Stadium, also known as "The Swamp."
Interior view of the O'Connell Center, configured for basketball
Bob Graham
Beverly Perdue
Joe Scarborough
Emmitt Smith
Faye Dunaway
Marshall Nirenberg
Stephen Stills
Carol Browner
Kevin Ford
Marco Rubio
Erin Andrews
Robert H. Grubbs
John Thompson
Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings
Pramod Khargonekar
Joseph Glover
Manuel Vasquez
Johannes Vieweg
Carl Van Ness
Harald von Boehmer
William Murrill
Jonathan F. Earle
Blake Ragsdale Van Leer

There are also three Greek service organizations for students, two sororities Delta Nu Zeta and Omega Phi Alpha and one fraternity, Alpha Phi Omega.

Kennesaw State University

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Public research university in the U.S. state of Georgia with two primary campuses in the Atlanta metropolitan area, one in Kennesaw and the other in Marietta on a combined 581 acres of land.

Public research university in the U.S. state of Georgia with two primary campuses in the Atlanta metropolitan area, one in Kennesaw and the other in Marietta on a combined 581 acres of land.

University village at dusk
The Social Sciences Building and the Spaceship Earth sculpture
The A. L. Burruss Building in spring
Kennesaw Hall in early spring 2007
Student Center
Academic Building
Atrium Building
Library
Scrappy's retired mascot during new student orientation

Omega Phi Alpha sorority

Western Kentucky University

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Public university in Bowling Green, Kentucky.

Public university in Bowling Green, Kentucky.

A statue of Dr. Henry Hardin Cherry, WKU's founder, stands at the top of The Hill, in front of Cherry Hall
The Spirit Makes the Master, WKU's motto, is on the pylon at the entrance to the university.
Pearce-Ford Tower, the largest dormitory at Western Kentucky University and the second largest in the United States
Jody Richards Hall (named for the longest-serving speaker of the Kentucky House of Representatives, who once taught journalism at WKU), home to WKU's School of Journalism and Broadcasting, a nationally prominent program routinely ranked among the best undergraduate journalism schools in the nation.
View from the middle of the campus
E.A. Diddle Arena, home to the Men's and Women's Basketball teams at WKU
Adams-Whitaker Student Publications Center, home to the College Heights Herald, the Talisman and WKUHerald.com.

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Georgia Southern University

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Public research university in the U.S. state of Georgia.

Public research university in the U.S. state of Georgia.

The Builders of the University Terrace
Coca-Cola Plaza behind the College of Business Administration at Georgia Southern
The founding marker at Georgia Southern University
Sunset at Lake Wells and Ruby (left hand side) and the College of Information Technology (rooftop visible behind the trees)
Lake Wells and Ruby
Pedestrium looking towards College of Business Administration and the College of Education
A permanent exhibit concerning ancient sea life at the Georgia Southern Museum
Windward Commons suite-style residential community opened in 2010.
GSU shrub lettering as viewed from Sweetheart Circle
Georgia Southern Athletics wordmark

In addition, there are a number of Greek-letter service organizations, such as Gamma Sigma Sigma and Omega Phi Alpha.