By Martin Leckie
Special To The Nique
Alpha Phi Omega is a co-ed National service fraternity. The largest fraternity in the nation, Alpha Phi Omega welcomes college students of all kinds. Georgia Tech has had an active chapter of Alpha Phi Omega since 1939.
ings are held each Monday night at 7 p.m. in the Environmental Safety Building (ESB), which is located behind the campus police station on Ferst Drive between Dalney Street and Hemphill Avenue.
A great opportunity to find out about Alpha Phi Omega is Rush events, which for Winter Quarter will be held the second week of the quarter.
The planned events include a Pizza/Information Session on the 3rd floor of the Student Center on Tuesday, January 14, a service project meeting in the ESB on Wednesday, January 15, and a Game/Dessert Night, also in the ESB, on Thursday, January 16.
Currently, Alpha Phi Omega is having a toy drive for children with AIDS. Donation boxes are in the Student Center Post Office Lobby and the Student Services Atrium.
To find out more about other service activities, e-mail the chapter Service Vice-President, Stephanie Goff, at gt6517c.
Alpha Phi Omega is also hosting broomball at Park-Aire on December 7. For more information about Fellowship activities, e-mail the chapter Fellowship Vice-President, Melissa Christel, at gt6615a.
The web page can be viewed at http://www.gatech.edu/apo. Send e-mail to gt0622a to be put on the mailing list.
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