Alpha Phi Omega

Gamma Chapter at Cornell University

Humans of APO

Tracy Goldman ’20
I pledged APO on a complete whim. One of my friends was talking about rushing, and I had remembered seeing people posting pictures from APO events online. I was
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Haniya Abbasi ’20
I heard about APO before I even came to Cornell, and as a transfer student who knew absolutely no one when I first got here, I said “Why not?”
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Abi Dandapani ’21
1 – I am a sophomore in the Hotel School here at Cornell. I am from Melbourne, Florida and I am very passionate about social justice issues and love
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Sara Jumabhoy ’19
When I pledged APO my Sophomore year, I was extremely shy. I barely spoke during group interactions and was too scared to go to events by myself. I joined
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Amrit Hingorani ’20
In case you don’t know me, I’m Amrit “Still Here, Still Causing Problems” Hingorani! I’m originally from Brooklyn, NY and at Cornell I study Biology and Nutrition in CALS.
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Winnie Ho ’19
I was a casual member of APO. I almost dropped it. But then I started to do lots of service off campus, went on a service learning trip abroad
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Kevin Chou ’17
As a transfer, your first semester after transferring sucks at Cornell. I had a squad of other transfers, but it was hard to make friends besides them. I felt
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Cierra Beck ’18 and her little, Rebekah Westerlind ’20
I was family head two semesters ago, and I’m so proud of Rebekah for her work as family head this semester. She’s been working SUPER hard to make sure
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