Centennial Ques

Dr. Daniel B. Taylor (bow tie standing next to Omega Founder Dr. Oscar J. Cooper, during Mu Omega's Frat House Mortgage Burning Celebration in 1962). Dr. Taylor was Medical Director and Chief Urologist of Philadelphia’s Mercy-Douglass Hospital. He was also one of 28 charter members of the Mu Omega Chapter of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity. Charter members also included Omega Founder Dr. Oscar J. Cooper Judge William H. Hastie. Dr. Cooper.

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MU OMEGA CHAPTER FACTS

"HOME OF THE QUES!"

 

1920

A Chapter That Honors Tradition. Dr. Oscar James Cooper, One Of The Fraternity’s Four Founders, Was A Charter Member Of Mu Omega And Served As Its First Basileus From 1920 To 1922.
 
 

MEMBERS

The Strength Of Our Chapter Lies In The Diversity Of Our Membership. We Have Over 150 Brothers Of Various Ages And Professional Backgrounds In Military Service, Law, Medicine, Engineering, Entrepreneurship, Technology, Finance, Politics, Law Enforcement, Education And Non-Profit Leadership.
 
 

1998

Mu Omega Initiated The Fraternity’s Nationally Mandated Program, Charles R. Drew Memorial Blood Drive, Conceived By Brother Dr. Allen Thomas, Professor Of Chemistry, Temple University.
 
 

MU OMEGA "QUEVETS"

Over One-Third Of Our Chapter Members Are Veterans Of The United States Military Who Organized A Supportive Network In Service To And Remembrance Of Those Who Served Our Country With Honor, Within Our Region.
 

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