Beta Pi Chapter of Omega Phi Beta Sorority, Inc.

Event time: 
Monday, April 10, 2017 - 8:30pm
La Casa Latino Cultural Center See map
301 Crown Street
Event description: 

Join the sisters of the Beta Pi Chapter of Omega Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. throughout their Week of Illumination as they celebrate what it means to love yourself. The theme for the week is Embracing Ourselves and Practicing Self-Care! We hope to see you throughout the week!

Monday, April  10th: Scrub Your Stress Away

Join us for a relaxing night of sunflower oil scrub making,

nail painting, and stress free fun! Snacks will be provided!

8:30 PM, La Casa Kitchen (301 Crown St.)


Tuesday, April  11th: Probate

Come help us welcome the new Radiant sisters of the Beta Kappa Chapter of Omega Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. at the University of New Haven!

8:17PM Bixler/Botwinik Quad

Wednesday, April  12th Radiant Community Service

Volunteer with the Radiant ladies of the Beta Pi Chapter at

St. Thomas More Soup Kitchen! Shifts can be as short as 30 minutes!

[Collaboration with the Lambda Upsilon Lambda Fraternity, Inc.]

9AM-11:30AM, St. Thomas More

Wednesday, April 12th Baking with the Betas

Take your mind off of work and come bake sunflower cupcakes with the Betas!!

8:30 PM, La Casa Kitchen (301 Crown St.)

Thursday, April 13th: Self-Care Pledge

Make a statement of putting yourself first and come sign our self-care pledge! We’ll be passing out the sunflower cupcakes in exchange for signatures!

 1-3PM, Cross-Campus

Friday, April 14th : Photoshoot

Come show us how you thrive and take your spring profile pic!

12-3pm Cross Campus

Saturday April 15th : Lunch with Dr. Ariana Curtis

Join us for lunch with the Latinx Curator of the new Smithsonian National Museum of African American History & Culture! Sister Ariana Curtis serves in many capacities and is currently the Principal Investigator of Being and Belonging, a Smithsonian-wide initiative that explores the representation of the African Diaspora. Dr. Curtis is a cultural anthropologist whose research interests include: urban immigration and migration; racial constructions in the U.S.; Latino urban experiences; Blackness in the U.S., Latin America, and the Caribbean; African Diaspora; neoliberalism and globalization; and the role of institutions in shaping identity discourse. She holds a doctorate in Anthropology with a concentration in race, gender, and social justice from American University. She earned an MA in Public Anthropology also from American University and a BA from Duke University.

12:30PM, Afro-American Cultural Center at Yale

Sunday, April 16th: Informational

We’ll be hosting our second informational of the semester and we invite all womxn to attend and learn more about Multi-Cultural Greek life and what it’s like to be a sister of Omega Phi Beta Sorority, Inc.! Bring friends! Professional attire required.

5:17PM, (RSVP to for location)