The Omicron Oracle

The Omicron Oracle is the official magazine of the Omicron Alumni Association since 1935, published semi-annually and currently edited by Mark Fernau ’82 and published by Brett Ainsworth ’92. To submit material or ask questions, email [email protected].

Latest Issue: Spring 2021 Double Issue

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  • Editorial - Living in a COVID World - by Mark Fernau '82 
  • ISWZA Fraternity, Inc. - by Chris Turner '94 
  • High Alpha Report - by Liam Vinal '22 
  • Undergraduate Feature - A Conversation with Terence Burke
  • Alumni Feature - Working Through COVID-19 
  • An Omicron Timeline - by Jason Cho '98
  • Cornell Today - Changes in Leadership - How They Happen - by Stephen Ashley '62
  • Hort Sense - Don't Confuse Me With Those Scientific Names! - by R. Wayne Mezitt '64
  • Travel Nuggets - Dodging COVID Overseas - by Alan Fridkin '65
  • Alumni Feature - Don't Get Stuck - by Jim Sollecito '76
  • Alumni Feature - A Career in Corporate Finance - How My History Degree Helped Me Get There - by Cliff Manko '80
  • Historian's Corner - Between the War and the Woofen-Poof - by Jason Cho '98 
  • News Feature - "Strength Through Service" - feat. Chris Braden '83, Joey Ibáñez '23, the "Hoplite" team, and Felipe Santamaria '23
  • News From Alumni - Updates from the Classes of 1962 to 2018 and everywhere in between
  • Obituaries

Fall 2020

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  • Omicron Chooses a Path Wisely, Travels Far Toward Renewal, Runs Into a COVID Detour, But Keeps Moving Forward - by Mark Fernau '82 
  • ISWZA Fraternity, Inc. - by Chris Turner '94 
  • High Alpha Report - by Rey Rodriguez '21 and Liam Vinal '22 
  • Loyalty, Respect, Service and Stewardship: Brother Cho Receives the McKinless Award
  • Historian's Corner - A Donation of Memories - by Jason Cho '98  
  • An Omicron Timeline - by Jason Cho '98  
  • Travel Nuggets - Toujours Paris - by Alan Fridkin '65 
  • Hort Sense - Pandemic Horticulture - by R. Wayne Mezitt '64 
  • Alumni Feature - Living and Landscaping During COVID Time - by Jim Sollecito '76 
  • News From Alumni

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