Omega Phi ΩΦ Omega: In accordance with the club's motto: The last shall be first and the first shall be last. Phi: Also known as 'The Golden Ratio,' it is a symbol for a unique number (like Pi) that appears in many aspects of the world. For Omega Phi, it represents a harmony between sisters that is unique and runs deeper than a simple friendship
Colors -Royal blue & Silver
Mascot -The Shield, paired with The Sword [Kingsmen]. -The shield represents a shelter among sisters and the sword represents the camaraderie and protection of their brothers. Together, they love and protect each other.
Bible Verse -"whoever would be great among you must be your servant, and whoever would be first among you must be your slave; even as the Son of Man came not to be served but to serve and give His life as a ransom for many." (RSV) Matthew 20: 26-27
Founded -Spring semester of the 1982-1983 school year
Club Meeting Time and Place -After Wednesday night Devotionals (usually 9:30pm) in McGehee 307
Club Traditions -Big/Little sister apprenticeship -Presentation of hand-painted wooden shields by Big Sisters to Little Sisters -Thanksgiving meal with our brothers in Kingsmen -Yearly trip to the Omaha Zoo
What They Love about their Brother Club Kingsmen -"The Kingsmen are natural gentlemen. They are welcoming and offer a place of confidence and love. True to their name, they are ready to protect us should we need them; we can always count on them to be a friend or a shoulder to cry on. Above all, the Kingsmen are men of the one true King, God himself."