Note from the Editor of 7Visions Magazine: Today, we continue our On Wednesdays We Rock Letters series as a tribute to our National Founders, their legacies and the tradition of wearing red letters on Wednesdays as a homage to the Seven Visionary Men who founded our brotherhood at Texas Tech University on Wednesday November 25th, 1987. Throughout the year, we will feature a colony or chapter that is excelling and living their oath through their work on their respective campus and surrounding community. Each entity featured herein is living their values and ensuring that Omega Delta Phi’s legacy is preserved and continued.


On this edition of our On Wednesdays We Rock Letters blog post, we proudly feature the Epsilon Chapter at Arizona State University.

Arizona State University, Epsilon Chapter, OOOOOOH DANGER!!!

Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona

Chartered at ASU: September 22nd, 1992

On Campus Presence and Involvement: The Epsilon Chapter has an established and working relationship with El Concilio, the umbrella organization at Arizona State that serves to represent and unite the Hispanic/Latino/Chicano student organizations and to represent their interests and bring awareness to the cultura within the greater ASU student body. The brotherhood is also represented through SPARKS, ” a student-led service organization at Arizona State University promoting access to higher education throughout the community. SPARKS members inspire and motivate over 24,903 K-12 students per year to pursue and succeed in higher education by sharing their personal stories”. Brothers have also dedicated their time and efforts to serving The Society of St. Vincent de Paul (SVdP) which “strives to Feed, Clothe, House, & Heal individuals and families in our community who have nowhere else to turn for help. Equally as important, we provide meaningful opportunities