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#AXOLA20

Every year collegiate chapter officers from across the country gather in Indianapolis for Leadership Academy, Alpha Chi Omega’s premier leadership training. They learn more about their officer roles and responsibilities, practice real-life leadership skills and make new friendships with sisters from all different chapters. Here are just a few standout moments from some 2020 Leadership […]

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Women & Wisdom: Empowering Sisters through Mentoring

We asked a mentorship pair to tell us about their experience with the Women & Wisdom program. Hear firsthand from Lexi and Iris about the impact of this mentoring experience! Mentee Name: Lexi Bard Chapter: Kappa Upsilon (Florida International University) Major: Political Science, International Relations Graduation Year: 2019 Q: Why did you join the Women […]

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#AXOisHome

By Eliza Payne, Housing Operations Coordinator (Delta Chi, William Woods University) The Alpha Chi Omega National Housing Corporation (NHC) was formed in 1996 and is responsible for collegiate chapter facilities which are owned, leased or managed by the NHC. The National Housing Corporation is supported by a Board of Directors and professional staff. The Board […]

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Reflecting on Antarctica

Following up with Terri Jump (Gamma Mu, Ball State University), our winter Lyre cover story, after her return from Antarctica By Lauren Filippini (Alpha Chi, Butler University) When I last talked to Terri Jump in November 2019, she was waiting to board the ship that would take her and 98 other women STEM leaders from […]

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The Packing Essentials

By Shannon Meyer (Beta Xi, Utah State University) Before I started the consultant job, I would daydream about what the inside of my suitcases would look like. As a lover of clothing and statement-making heels, I had no idea how I would choose which of my favorite pieces to bring with me on the road. […]

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Their Culture is Not Your Costume

By Devin Hall, Assistant Director of Prevention Education With Halloween right around the corner, individuals are lining up at the local party store to get a last-minute costume. You may be asking yourself, should I go to the party as my favorite Disney movie character or maybe join my friends as Crayola crayons? Maybe you […]