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Winter 2021 Newsletter

The Omega House Corporation Board hopes this finds you and your families safe, healthy and staying warm during this cold weather.  We’re happy to report that despite record low temperatures, our House had continuous power and water during the past week’s storms.  Improvisations were necessary in food prep as most…

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Fall 2020 Newsletter

What’s Happening with Omega Chapter this Fall? The Omega House Corporation Board hopes this finds you and your families safe and healthy. The Omega Chapter continues to grow and remains strong.  With the shift to a mostly virtual new member program, the Alpha Phi Executive Office recommended that all initiations…

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Spring 2020 Newsletter

First of all, we hope this finds all of you safe and healthy during these challenging times.  Even though our Centennial celebration weekend has passed, we thought it would be good to continue the regular newsletter updates we’ve been sending.  Update on the Chapter and the House by Britney Sauer,…

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Fall 2019 Newsletter

Phi Fun in 2020 Hoping that our Winter 2018-19 Update on all things Omega finds everyone happy, healthy and ready for Phi Fun in 2020. Save the Date–Centennial Celebration 2020 Exciting news!  Our Omega Centennial Celebration is set for the weekend of February 28, 2020 with the following schedule: Friday…

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Centennial Corner

As we approach our centennial anniversary, we will share more about upcoming activities, along with bits of history about the chapter.  For example, did you know that Alpha Phi had the first dedicated chapter house on the UT campus? The Omega Chapter was chartered in 1920 but it wasn’t until…

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Say Hello to Bilinda Cox Matusek

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Current Exciting News: My son graduated law school last month! Where has the time gone! Favorite Book: To Kill a Mockingbird Favorite Movie: Gone with the Wind Biggest Fear: Public Speaking (not classroom, but really large groups) If I could go anywhere, where would I travel?: I travel quite a bit, but my…

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