Women’s Symposium

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Women’s Symposium

March 6, 2016 : California State University, Fresno

Women’s Symposium

March 4th the ladies of Sigma Omega Phi hosted an event called Women’s Symposium.

Our brothers of Nu Alpha Kappa, Epsilon chapter were able to attend and support this awareness event.

It is an event for their philanthropy which is women empowerment. It takes place anytime during march where they are able to bring local women as speakers to talk about women’s issues and how women have proved people wrong and also how they have been treated.

The ladies of Sigma Omega Phi also had the pleasure to give out a scholarship to a high school female senior.

From the gentlemen of Nu Alpha Kappa thank you for the invitation and awesome job ladies!


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NAK and ΣΩΦ Auction Recap!

This auction was awesome! We had the party going until after mid-night! Everyone dancing and having a great time!

Hope to see you all on the next one next year!


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Celebrating 28 years!

From our very modest beginning, to our present status as a model for enlightened brotherhood, we are proud to live according to the mission statement adopted by our Founding Fathers.

We, NU ALPHA KAPPA, seek to unite and involve all students in a more harmonious and brotherly atmosphere through academic, social and cultural means. There is a need to interface the various backgrounds that constitute the student body of our fraternal university chapter, in order to improve relations amongst all students and the community.
~ Nu Alpha Kappa Fraternity, Inc.
History

We were formed from a meeting that took place on February 26, 1988 at California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo. Fifteen good friends gathered, of which eleven would eventually become our Founding Fathers. These friends called themselves Nacos — a sometimes derisive term, but at its heart referring to those who give unselfishly and are friendly to all.

These Nacos wanted to demonstrate that they were an important part of the Cal Poly student body. They were enthusiastic about starting a club to help Latino students overcome the culture shock experienced when arriving at a predominantly Anglo university. As their excitement grew, they sought to create structure for their ideas. They decided to form a fraternal cultural organization.

Adapting the term Naco to the university fraternity system, the group officially became Nu Alpha Kappa Fraternity, or NAK for short. Although choosing to adopt the formalized structure of the fraternity system, NAK was — and remains — determined to distinguish itself from traditional “frats” by maintaining a commitment to the ideals of academic excellence, cultural knowledge, and true brotherhood.

The pressures of being the first Latino-based fraternity at Cal Poly were significant. Despite having many supporters on campus, there were also many detractors who anticipated NAK’s demise. With steadfast determination, the brothers of NAK persevered.

Their hard work has paid off. More than 25 years later, NAK is one of the most respected organizations at Cal Poly — and at each of the 26 other chapters throughout California, Nevada and Colorado that have since joined the NAK familia.


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NAKOLOGY 2

Ever wondered what a #NAK Party is like? Check THIS out!

If you haven’t been to our parties you are missing out!
We throw the house out the window for you. Check out our videos from last NAKOLOGY event and other videos in our YouTube page!


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Love Affair Auction

It’s coming!📣📣📣 February 19th at Marlo’s Night Club don’t forget! Starts at 7:00 p.m. Be ready to have a great time!
We hope to see you out there. Entry is free! Just come and have a great time. The brothers of Nu Alpha Kappa and sisters of Sigma Omega Phi wish to see you there!

💃💃See you there! ‪#‎NuAlphaKappa‬ ‪#‎SigmaOmegaPhi‬ ‪#‎LoveAffairAuction‬