All the Feels
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All the Feels

By: Angela Costley Harris (Alpha Beta, Purdue University), National President While visiting with our Epsilon (University of Southern California) chapter collegians last week, I was asked why I chose to join Alpha Chi Omega. In response, I told them that I chose Alpha Chi Omega because during my preference night speech I distinctly remember looking […]

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Where is “Home” for You?

By: Ana Corona (Theta Omega, Marquette University) Where is home for you? – This may seem like one of the easiest questions to answer. One or two words, max. For some reason, I always find myself over-explaining and just confusing the curious individual standing in front of me. In short, I feel as though home […]

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How A Blog Post Saved A Life

  By: Jenna Mayo (Epsilon Zeta, Auburn University) As a volunteer for the Alpha Chi Omega Foundation and a strong supporter of domestic violence awareness, I was honored when Alpha Chi Omega gave me the opportunity to share my personal story about becoming a survivor of domestic violence. My story was released on the Starting […]

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I am a Domestic Violence Survivor

By: Jenna Mayo (Epsilon Zeta chapter, Auburn University) When I was in college, Alpha Chi Omega gave me such great opportunities to succeed in school and on campus. I had leadership positions on campus, was involved in social groups, sorority athletics, studied abroad in London, was on the Dean’s List, and nothing could stop me. […]


Ritual And Recruitment

By: Kendra Swanson (Zeta Pi, Arizona State University) and Monica Hiller (Gamma Tau, Oklahoma City University) Kendra Swanson was a resident consultant at the Lambda chapter at Syracuse University for their reestablishment in 2016. Here are her reflections on how she emulated Ritual and saw Ritual in others through her experience. The values of Alpha […]


Founders’ Day Celebration Ideas

By: Sara Duran (Alpha Psi,  University of California – Los Angeles) Founders’ Day reminds us of our commitment to our sisterhood regardless of school rivalries, hometowns, or age. October 15 brings to light each one of the thousands of Alpha Chi Omegas that represent our letters all over the country. From 1885 to 2017, sisters […]