First-generation students Natalia Trejo, Aizzy Portillo and Cintya Felix can add something else they have in common to their time at Chapman University: sisters in the university’s first multicultural Greek organization.

Felix ’26 encountered Omega Phi Beta Sorority, Incorporated at a student organization fair during her first year.

“I truly never saw myself pursuing Greek life — I thought they were not meant for me,” says Felix, who was busy with classes, student government and work. “It turned out that OPB changed my opinion and shifted my perspective and now here I am as the vice president.”

She, Trejo and Portillo joined Omega Phi Beta in October 2023. The Latina-oriented sorority focuses on the “development of collegiate and professional women through sisterhood, diversity, leadership, service and academic excellence.”

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