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Safe Sisterhood

By Skylar McAuliffe and Madison Williamson (Kappa Nu, Carnegie Mellon University) When you walk in the doors of the Kappa Nu chapter at Carnegie Mellon University, you are immediately welcomed into a loving and safe environment. As Alpha Chi Omegas who support domestic violence awareness, it is important to us to have the ability to […]

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All About Founders’ Day Challenge

Each year during the month of October, the Alpha Chi Omega Foundation celebrates Founders’ Day Challenge, a month-long fundraising campaign supporting the Real. Strong. Women.® Fund. This year, the Foundation invites you to honor our Founders with a gift to the campaign! When you give, you’re helping empower sisters to embrace their ambitions and reach […]


Shaped By My Culture: A Hispanic Heritage Month Reflection

By Sofia Castaneda (Theta Iota, Baylor University) My cultural values have shaped me as a person because I have grown up visiting my family in Colombia and learning about the different ways of life. It has taught me to be grateful for everything I have and all of the opportunities I have been given. Spanish […]


The World Needs You Here

A blog post from Active Minds for National Suicide Prevention and Awareness Month Content warning: This blog post mentions mental illness and suicide. In the United States, September is National Suicide Prevention and Awareness Month. This a particularly important topic on college campuses as suicide remains the second leading cause of death in young adults. […]

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Staying Strong

By Sinde Wickersham (Alpha Chi, Butler University) Twenty years ago my sister was given a 12% chance of pushing her stage IV sarcoma into remission. She has climbed mountains on her cancer journey and is still enjoying life in the fifth year of her latest remission. Because of her experience, when I was diagnosed with […]