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ATO Roadshow Presents: Crawfest

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On April 22, the Kappa Alpha chapter at the University of Texas at Arlington hosted its fourth annual Crawfest. The event saw more than 250 attendees come out for a day of crawfish, live bands, inflatables and carnival games. All proceeds went to Wipe Out Kids' Cancer (WOKC) — a Dallas-based non-profit organization dedicated to raising funds and awareness for pediatric cancer research.
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ATO Leads: Alex Pena-Garcia

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I’ve had incredible opportunities to be involved with many organizations throughout my time at Auburn University, but there are two that have specifically impacted me the most — serving as president of the Freshman Leadership Program and volunteering in the Cancer Center at the East Alabama Medical Center.
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ATO Charters at the University of Tampa

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On April 23, the National Fraternity initiated 41 men at the installation of the Kappa Upsilon chapter at the University of Tampa in Tampa, Florida.
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Congress 2016 Registration Now Open

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Registration for the 82nd Biennial Congress of Alpha Tau Omega is now open. Join us along with more than 500 ATOs at the Westin in Charlotte, NC. on August 3 - 6 as we celebrate True Merit wherever found and provide you with an experience that will lead your chapter to greater heights.
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2016 Annual Report Applications

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2015-2016 Annual Report Applications are now available. Be sure to submit your report by May 1, 2016.
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ATO Leads: Jacob Awad

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Because of ATO, I joined a campus organization called UGA HEROs, which provides quality-of-life programs for children in Georgia that are infected or affected by HIV and AIDS. Georgia has more than 12,000 cases of reported pediatric and adolescent HIV/AIDS and a fourth of the children in the H.E.R.O. program have lost a parent to HIV or AIDS-related complications. Not only does the illness affect their lives in some capacity, but 96 percent of the children’s families also have a household income of just $10,000 or less.
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