By Megan Asbury (Zeta Sigma, Missouri State University) Home used to be the place I grew up with my parents and siblings. When I turned 18, home became a small dorm at Missouri State University. At age 19, 20 and 21, home became a 52-person sorority house on Cherry Street (now tell me that isn’t […]
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 […]
How Do We Turn a Four-Year Experience into a Lifelong One?
By: Scott Fussell, Director of marketing and education at CSL Management What do you remember most about your collegiate Alpha Chi Omega experience? What were the best times, the most meaningful? Was it the football tailgate? Homecoming? Maybe spring break or that intramural championship? Or were the best times, the most memorable and formative times, […]
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 […]