Living Beyond Cancer

By Heather Hall (Delta Zeta, Central Michigan University) Cancer first touched my life when I was 21, three months shy of graduating from Central Michigan University. Diagnosed with osteosarcoma, a form of bone cancer, I underwent months of chemotherapy and a surgery replacing part of my left femur, knee and tibia with titanium. I graduated […]

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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 […]

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Ask an Alpha Chi: Vicky Weber

In honor of our seven founders, we get to know one Alpha Chi Omega through seven questions. Vicky Weber (Upsilon, Millikin University) grew up without seeing characters like her in books. Now, she’s writing her own stories about the Taíno so that today’s children can find characters to relate to and learn more about the culture! […]