By Ana Sally Gonzalez Barragan (Kappa Psi, Western Oregon University) What drew you to Alpha Chi Omega? What really drew me is knowing that they wanted someone like me. I knew they would accept me for who I was. The wonderful ladies of the Kappa Psi chapter carried such strong and amazing personalities. The first […]
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By Lauren Filippini, Alpha Chi (Butler University) In my job as editor, I have the opportunity to talk with so many incredible women doing things I could only dream of and to highlight their accomplishments in The Lyre. But once a year, my interactions with inspiring sisters are multiplied as I put together the summer […]
By: Hannah Harris (Zeta Xi, UNC – Greensboro) As a living and evolving sisterhood, there is no larger asset to our organization than our members. Our members are the lifeblood of Alpha Chi Omega. We often say, “It’s not four years, but for life” when we talk about the transition from collegiate to alumnae membership. […]
By: Maria Arnold Fischer (Theta Xi, California State University, Northridge) Alpha Chi Omega suffered a huge loss with the recent passing of Ellen Little Vanden Brink, past National President as well as so many other things too numerous to list. I’m one of the many ones who had the honor, privilege and extreme pleasure of […]
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 […]
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. […]