Learning Sisterhood

Instagram Versus Real Life

By Lisa Young Stiers (Epsilon Omicron, Indiana State University) Originally published in the fall 2017 Lyre; updated and condensed for this blog “A picture is worth a thousand words” could be the rally cry for millions of Instagram lovers. Beautiful pictures — sharing stories of friendship, sisterhood, adventure and life — are the foundation of […]

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You’re an Alumna, Now What?

By Erica N. Brown, Epsilon Theta (California State University, Sacramento) You may have heard the saying, “It’s not four years, it’s for life!” Whether you were in the chapter for four years or just one semester/quarter, sorority and sisterhood doesn’t end when you become an alumna. Or at least it shouldn’t! You’ve gone through Hall […]

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Finding Home at Alpha Chi Omega

By: Samantha Emerson (Beta, Albion College) This January, I become a new member of Alpha Chi Omega. Now, I don’t want to get all sappy or anything, but joining Alpha Chi is seriously one of the best things to ever happen to me. Before I joined, I had some friends, but I wouldn’t say I […]

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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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 […]