Senior Profiles: Konstantinos Cesak

Name: Konstantinos Cesak University/College: George Washington University (but I am a part of Georgetown’s OCF) Major: International Affairs Minor: Modern Greek What are your plans for after graduation? Find a job, make enough money to survive, get out of D.C. What’s your favorite OCF memory? When I was a freshman commuting between George Washington & Georgetown, I would […]

Ode to OCF

As a senior graduating in less than a month, my levels of nostalgia have been at an all- time high. Anything from a roommate movie night to starting the last season of The Office (I’ve been working at it for almost a year) will spark some mad feels. But what finally put me over the […]

Blessed Pascha & Good Strength for Finals

From everyone at OCF, we’d like to wish you a blessed Holy Week and a glorious Feast of the Resurrection! For those of you who have finals this week or next, we are remembering you in our prayers (and so are these saints). Don’t forget, we have links to live stream services if you can’t […]

Living as God’s Creation

What do Adam and Eve in Paradise, Global Climate Change, and Great Lent have in common? … Trees. And that’s how our weekend began. Recently, the OCF at the County College of Morris, a newly chartered OCF chapter, hosted their first Pan-Orthodox OCF/Young Adult Weekend Retreat around the topic of Living in God’s Creation. The […]

Applications for District Student Leaders Are Open

Applications for the position of District Student Leader are now being accepted. District Student Leaders work under their respective Regional Student Leader to assist them with their everyday responsibilities including facilitating chapter communication, supporting struggling chapters, and encouraging chapter growth. They are also responsible for planning district events and retreats. Serving as a District Student Leader is a great […]