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Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc., Delta Kappa Chapter was chartered on Georgia Tech's campus on November 20, 1976, making it the first Black Greek Organization chartered at Georgia Tech. The man who played a key role in getting Delta Kappa chartered was Brother James Mack, a graduate of , Morgan State University and the Dean of Pledges for the first two lines here at Georgia Tech.

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7th Sign at D-Wat's Wedding- Bro. Daryl Watkins married in Durham North Carolina. More than 15 DK bros in attendance. [Updated 8/21/06]
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- Unfortunately, Chapter Brother Ian Johnson's father passed to Omega Chapter. [Updated 8/24/06]
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Dr. Frederick T. Work, Jr. (4 DK Winter 1980, Odyssey)
Dr. Frederick T. Work, Jr. of Atlanta, Georgia, heads the Atlanta Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery Group in Atlanta, GA where he specializes in a wide array of aesthetic and reconstructive surgical procedures for the head and neck, breasts, trunk and extremities. Dr. work appears as a regular contributor to Fox 5's "Good Day Atlanta" discussing plastic surgery issues. He has performed volunteer surgery for deformed children in Mexico, Honduras, and Marshall Island. He is also a volunteer educator at Emory University School of Medicine, GA State University, and Morehouse School of Medicine.
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