Friendship Games 2015 - Download: Friendship Games 2015 Form
MK Big Sib Lil Sib 2015-2016 - Download: MK BSLS App 2015
Tahoe Trip 2016 - Download: Tahoe Trip Form
Pilipino Culture Night 2015 - Download: PCN Participation Form
PCN Sponsorship Letter 2015 - Download:PCN Sponsorship Letter
PCN Popcorn Fundraiser 2015 - Download: PCN Popcorn Fundraiser

Please download, fill, and print out the form and hand it to any MK Board Member.


NEWS 4/14/16

Say hello to Spring Quarter with MK!! We are having our first general meeting in Giedt 1003 at 7:30 pm on Wednesday, April 15. We're having a special cultural presentation on - well, we'll just wait till its debut at meeting. You'll also learn more culture as we talk about the cultural aspect of PCN...

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NEWS 4/14/1

It's not too late to join! Come to our Sunday practices - there's only two left, but there's plenty of weekday practices for you to attend! Contact your choreographers for schedules of their practices.

Here's a list of important upcoming...

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NEWS 1/11/15

Welcome back, MK! Miss your friends and sibs? Don't worry! You can reunite with them at our general meeting on Wednesday, Jan 14 in Olson 106. Find out our big events (including but not limited to Big Sib/Lil Sib week, Tahoe Trip, FilAm Spirit Week, PCN Practices, etc) for this quarter, learn more...

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Mga Kapatid's 29th Annual Pilipino Culture Night

Fri, May 6, 2015 - 7:00 pm

Sat, May 7, 2015 - 1 pm & 6:30 pm
doors open 30 min prior to the show

Click here to get your presale ticket!

Ticket Prices: Presale // At the Door General: $12 // $15
Alumni: $5 // $7
Students & Kids under 12: $10 // $12

A Message From Your President

Hello community, and welcome to Mga Kapatid!

Whether you are a new student on campus, a returning member, an esteemed alum, or an ally from the community, we gladly welcome you to share in the celebration of our organization’s 46th anniversary. Mga Kapatid, translated from Tagalog as “My Brothers and Sisters," was established amidst the Civil Rights Movement in the fall of 1969 to provide a space on campus that supports and explores FilAm student interests and Pilipinx culture. MK’s lasting commitment to academic, cultural, political, and social support has not only fostered a legacy of well-rounded and thriving community members, but has established grounds for growth and success for FilAm students at the University of California, Davis.

College is a time for exploration. On a campus with over thirty-thousand people, we are exposed to a limitless amount of interests, people, and avenues for growth. We as college students have a world’s worth of possibilities within reach; the catch is that we have a limited amount of years to experience it.

As the 2015–2016 school year begins, a resounding question returns: “What does MK even do?” The reality of it is that MK has something to offer everyone. We are here for the singers, the traditional and modern dancers, the athletes, the dedicated students, and for those looking for a new friend. We are here for the FilAm identifying and our allies alike, and we are here for those still navigating their personal and cultural identities. We are here for those searching for a home and a family at UC Davis that will not only offer lasting friendships and memories, but will challenge and empower each other to reach greatness.

Among the FilAm organizations at UC Davis, I see MK as a crossroads. No matter what walk of life you come from, MK is a space for the FilAm community and allies to unite under one shared identity as students seeking to make the most out of their collegiate experiences. That is the beauty of this community: there are endless lessons to learn from the exchange of identities, philosophies, and experiences that one can gain here! The relationships I’ve made in these spaces have allowed me to expand upon who I am and appreciate the diversity of my neighbor; and going into my fourth year of college and presidency in MK, I feel that this community has always answered my yearning for growth throughout my college years.

We as Mga Kapatid have a little bit of something for everyone — all it takes is a little exploring.

On behalf of MK Board 2015-2016, and the many leaders and supporters of our community before us, I invite and encourage you to explore the many wonderful things that Mga Kapatid has to offer. You don’t have to be a particular major, year in school, and you don’t even have to identify as Filipinx or Asian American — we are simply a community who wants to grow and have fun while we’re at it. We would love if you’d join us in our journey!

Best Wishes,

Jean Abigail Saavedra
Mga Kapatid
President 2015-2016

Jean Abigail Saavedra