Alpha Nu Omega collection
Scope and Contents
This collection consists of photographs and documents that record the history of Alpha Nu Omega Fraternity since in formation in 1969. The initial donation of 30 binders and 3 expandable folders was organized Donald G. Puglio, Historian for Alpha Nu Omega’s Alumni Association.
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The Alpha Nu Omega Fraternity originated with an idea brought to light at a party at 1435 Alberta Street on October 15, 1968. A series of informal meetings took place and it was decided to formally apply for recognition of the Inter-Fraternity Council, the governing body of the Greek System at UD.
After a few organizing meetings, officers were informally appointed. They were as follows: Michael Collins as President, Victor Bako as Vice President, Frank Stama as Secretary, and Richard Shea as Treasurer. The officers of Alpha Nu Omega officially applied for a seat in the I.F.C on January 23, 1969. On February 13, 1969 the fraternity was welcomed into the I.F. C as an associate member on a probationary status for one and a half years.
Alpha Nu Omega’s motto is “Service for Brothers” and their colors are crimson and gold.
(History is taken from Binder 2 in the collection.)
9 Linear Feet (31 binders, 5 boxes, 10 CDs, 1 DVD, and 1 USB.)
Language of Materials
- Fraternities & sororities Subject Source: Lctgm
- Manners and customs Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
- Social life & customs Subject Source: Local sources
- Student organizations Subject Source: Lctgm
- Students Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
- University students Subject Source: Local sources
- Alpha Nu Omega collection
- Jennifer Brancato
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