Kappa Nu Fraternity, one of the oldest national Jewish collegiate organizations, will hold its eighteenth annual convention here December 28-31.
Since 1911, when the fraternity was founded at the University of Rochester, chapters have been added at fifteen colleges and universities, including Harvard, New York University, University of Pennsylvania, University of California and Tulane University.
Kappa Nu was established to foster the best traditions and ideals of the Jewish people and to disseminate Jewish learning and culture.
National officers are Milton Greenebaum, Saginaw Bay, Mich., president; Albert G. Katz, New York, vice-president; Saul M. Goldstein, Henderson, Ky., secretary; and Goodman A. Sarachan, Rochester, treasurer.
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