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A Queen and Her Knights: The Queen of Tejano’s History Intertwines With Omega Delta Phi’s

A legend, even in death, and a legacy that has grown immensely since her tragic passing, Selena Quintanilla Perez is considered a household name in most Latino homes. A rising star in the exploding genre of Tejano music, Selena captivated and stole the hearts of all who heard her music and witnessed her performances.

NAA Announces Executive Board

The Brotherhood of Omega Delta Phi has announced their executive board of directors for the Omega Delta Phi National Alumni Association (NAA). “These men that I have selected are men of action and have solid track records of accomplishments in our brotherhood,” said J.J. Chapa, NAA Board Chairman. “They are fraternal leaders, critical thinkers and will provide the outside the box thinking that will help us reach new heights as we continue to develop our alumni base nationwide.”

Southwest Regional Recap – Las Vegas

2016 started out with a big bang! The Southwest Region of Omega Delta Phi Fraternity, Inc. kicked off the new year with the first of many regional conferences for the organization. It saw leadership workshops for Brothers of all ages and announcements that will be impacting the whole nation. Taking place at our Alpha Phi chapter on the campus of University of Las Vegas, Nevada, it saw three days of excitement!

Knights Reminisce on 2015’s Marquee Moments; Reflect on Brotherhood’s Changes

As 2016 kicks off into gear, a time for reflection has set in and brothers across the nation reminisced on what 2015 brought with it. 2015 not only brought Jacob Martinez’s reign at the helm of Omega Delta Phi Fraternity, Inc. as National President to an end; it also brought with it a much contested campaign for national president.

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