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Alpha Pi Omega has spring recruitment

Elizabeth Cotrill
TNE Writer
Alpha Pi Omega Native American sorority is welcoming new girls. Founded in 2006, and then in
2007 became an official sorority. Alpha Pi Omega represents 13 tribes and is involved with
NASA, AISES and student government. They were founded on the principles of education,
contemporary issues, traditionalism and spirituality.
We will be handing out applications next week and they will be due Feb. 27. We would prefer
that any inserted women meet with us as soon as possible, said Donella Moncooyea, president.
Their national philanthropy is the National Indian Education Association, with the main focus
being volunteerism. Alpha Pi Omega participate in the annual symposium on the American
Indian, phone-a-thon, silent auction, and many more. Alpha Pi Omega Sorority, Inc. is also the
largest Native American Greek organization.
I love being in this sisterhood. It taught me so much about myself, not only as a friend but as a
leader, said Moncooyea.
Any female with a 2.3 cumulative GPA, have an interest in Native American culture and at least
completed one full-time academic term is welcome to fill out an application.
For more information, email Donella Moncooyea at moncooye@nsuok.edu.
Published 2/05/15
Cutline: Donella Moncooyea sets up an interest meeting for any women interested in joining
Alpha Pi Omega.