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A 40-Year Reunion and an Everlasting Bond
Traveling as a chapter consultant for Alpha Chi Omega is a unique and exciting opportunity – new people, new places and new experiences.
Journey to Olympic Heights
For Emma Nye (Phi, University of Kansas), seeking the heights is a wide range of goals.
Alumnae Awards Honor Sisters and Their Accomplishments
Did you know? Now is the time to make sure our most outstanding and inspiring sisters are honored – and their stories shared.
Our Founders' Words
This Founders’ Day, we pay tribute to these seven exceptional women by letting their words speak for themselves.
Ask an Alpha Chi Caitlin Olsen
To recognize how Alpha Chi Omega members give back, we spoke with Caitlin Olsen (Epsilon Tau, Virginia Tech).
The Sisterhood I Needed
If you have a sibling, you know the push and pull of a sibling relationship.
The Impact of Alpha Chi
Growing up, I learned about sororities through media, and I knew nothing could possibly pull me into anything related to sororities.
It's Never Too Late to Grow
My story of growth may seem a little bit different than most since I am 45 years old.
Growing the Real. Strong. Women.® Experience
While Alpha Chi Omega started out with just seven young women as members – all students in the School of Music at DePauw University in Greencastle, Indiana – growth has always been top of mind for our sisterhood.
Ask an Alpha Chi Emmaleah Stapp
The arts are an essential part of Alpha Chi Omega’s heritage. As members of Alpha Chi Omega, 137 years later we still value and demonstrate creativity in the arts in numerous ways.