Theta Omega and Phi Eta Chapters Induct Five new Brothers:

The committee on History wrote: “If in any place, Omega Psi Phi has entered the mad race for members, pause and consider:”

“The value of our fraternity is not in numbers but in men, in real brotherhood.  Eight men thoroughly immersed in the true Omega spirit are far greater asset than eighty with luke warm enthusiasm” (see H. Dreer Editor in The History Book of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, copyright 1940, p 108.

Such was the focus of the July 17, 2010 induction team.

Four new brothers, Leonard Rowe, Darius Mann, Jonathan Hardin, and Chris Vaughn weathered the rigors of work & study and were thus formally inducted into Theta Omega Chapter.   Travis Cooley was inducted into the fraternity via Phi Eta undergraduate chapter during the ceremony.  The induction ceremonies were conducted on July 17, 2010 at the Chestnut Street YMCA, Louisville, KY.

Theta Omega and Phi Eta Chapters Welcomes Neophytes

Chris Vaughn hails from New Haven CT.  He graduated from University of Louisville with degree in sports administration.  Chris once played with the New Orleans Saints.  He is an personal trainer and former U of L assistant coach.

Jonathan Hardin is a native of Louisville, KY.  He graduated from University of Louisville with a degree in sports communication.  Jonathan is currently an officer with the Jefferson County police department.

Darius Mann came to Louisville from New York.  Darius also graduated from the University of Louisville where he was a member of the U of L football squad.  Darius obtained a B. S. degree from U of L in sports administrations.  He is currently employed at Citi Corp

Leonard Rowe hails from Dallas Texas.  Leonard is sociology major from East Texan University.  He is a Certified Instructor in several national areas of public transportation, Smith System Driver Improvement Institute, Transportation Management Institute, U.S Department of Transportation Instructor, Drug and Alcohol Management FTA, Federal Transit Administration Train the Trainer

Travis Cooley is an undergraduate student at the University of Louisville.