The Chevron

Omega Phi Alpha’s official newsletter, the Chevron, is produced by the OPA communications team under the supervision of the vice president of communications. OPA eNews is emailed regularly to members in OPA’s database. To subscribe, update your contact information here.

Here’s an archive of past eNews:

 

Read the Winter 2018 Chevron here:

 

Read past Chevrons online:

Chevron Team

Editor/VP Communications: Thea Moritz
Graphic Designer: Shelley Lai
Writers: Stasia Charter, Catherine Ferrell, Mackenzie Graves, Morgan Mills, Natalie Pita
Copy Editor: Donna Pintek
Editorial Director: Gabie Kur

Thanks to the Chevron staff for their dedication, support and contributions that make OPA’s publications possible.

Distribution and Submissions
The Chevron is mailed out four times a year to all alumnae and to active OPA chapters. Unless announced otherwise, distribution dates are: October 1 (fall issue), January 1 (winter issue), April 1 (spring issue) and July 1 (summer issue).

To submit a feature story about an alumna or special project happening at your chapter, please email it to chevron@omegaphialpha.org.

Photo submissions must be sent as attached original size files in jpg format (300dpi high resolution). Please do not embed your photos within a Microsoft Word document. Check the resolution of files saved from online photo albums (i.e. Facebook) as they may not be suitable enough for quality printing.

Submission deadlines are due as follows (unless announced otherwise):

  • Fall issue: No later than August 15
  • Winter issue: No later than November 15
  • Spring issue: No later than February 15
  • Summer issue: No later than May 15 (not always published)

Suggest Article Ideas
Do you have an idea for an article or an alumnae to recommend for an alumnae spotlight, but you would rather not do the writing? Email your suggestions to chevron@omegaphialpha.org

Stay in Touch—Membership Database Updates
Omega Phi Alpha maintains an online membership database you can access to update your contact information. This is especially important when active collegiate members graduate or when sisters move or get married. Visit the database now to update your information.

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