November 5, 2011 at 12:02 pm , by admin
Dominis in the Heights Spoof Video Heights Entertainment performed by Juan Bago and Phi Iota Alpha’s Psi Chapter own Oscar “Ajeno” Martinez .
February 5, 2011 at 12:09 pm , by admin
May 14, 2010 at 6:53 am , by admin
Long Island, NY. Having just returned from an eight-day post-disaster relief trip to Haiti, I was delighted to be invited to an earthquake benefit dinner at C.W. Post on Long Island to discuss what I had learned.
The Latin-American Women’s Society of the university was hosting the event, and its president Diana Gutierrez had reached out to me. The event was co-hosted by the Latino fraternity, Phi Iota Alpha.
As I took the Long Island Railroad out to Hicksville, on a suddenly hot New York day – reminding me of the heat I had just left behind in Haiti – I wondered what would most interest the audience?
March 24, 2010 at 3:07 pm , by admin
The Psi Chapter of Phi Iota Alpha & L.A.W.S Presents:
The 5th Annual Latino Leadership Banquet.
The banquet began as a desire to recognize leaders who serviced the Latino community at C.W. Post and to raise awareness and help those in need through fund raising. Join us as we recognize the Efforts of Young Latino Leaders of Today and Tomorrow, while raising awareness & funds for the Orphan International of Haiti.
Date: April 8th, 2010
Location: Long Island University @ C.W. Post Campus Tilles Atrium
Tickets will be sold in Advanced.
$12 dollars On-Campus
$100 dollars for a Table of 10
Directions to C.W. Post Campus:
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December 28, 2009 at 3:07 pm , by admin
Phi Iota Alpha Fraternity Inc. is the Oldest Latino Fraternity in Existence. The history of Phi Iota Alpha Latino Fraternity is the history of all Latino college students and professionals who strive to keep their intellectual heritage alive. Since its inception, when the legendary “Union Hispano Americana” (UHA) was first organized in 1898, the fraternity has upheld its inspirational and unique ideological foundation of Pan-Americanism.
The ideology of Pan-Americanism can be summarized as the “unification of all the Latin American nations and all Latin American people.” The Fraternity has served as an “Ideological University” through the study and interpretation of Pan-Americanism inspired by the accomplishments of its Five Pillars: Simon Bolivar, Jose de San Martin, Bernardo O’Higgins, Benito Juarez and Jose Marti.
Through the years, this prestigious institution has witnessed a number of operational and structural modifications as a form of survival and adaptation to its time. Through it all, Phi Iota Alpha Latino Fraternity continues to fulfill its distinct goals by uniting its members fraternally in a manner in which, individually and collectively, they will contribute towards the fulfillment of the organization’s mission and ideology; fomenting “the scientific study of the social, economical, and political problems of Pan-America;” and serving “as a source of personal growth in which in conjunction with academic preparation, each brother will find an appropriate environment to develop.” In short, Phi Iota Alpha Latino Fraternity has always been, and will continue to be, a source of empowerment for Latinos everywhere.