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Old 06-04-2017, 11:06 AM
naraht naraht is offline
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Originally Posted by AnchorAlumna View Post
Notebook? I have no idea what all that means.

Alpha Phi Omega, back when it was all male. You could also join an IFC group, although it apparently did not usually work out. From what I'm told.
Being in both Alpha Phi Omega and a Social Fraternity goes back *all* the way to the beginning. Of the 14 founders, 8 were active brothers of Sigma Alpha Epsilon, 5 were active brothers of a local social fraternity called Krescents (that a year later became a Kappa Delta Rho chapter) and 1 was an independent and all as far as I know stayed active in their social fraternity as well. Not sure when the first occurence of joining Alpha Phi Omega first and then joining a social, but I'd bet *quite* early.
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