Alpha Mu chapter was founded at Indiana University in Bloomington, Indiana on April 21, 1922.
Kimberly Young (Alpha Mu, Indiana University) discusses the prevalence of financial abuse among those who experience domestic abuse and a campaign from her employer, Allstate Insurance Company, called the Allstate Foundation Purple Purse, to raise public awareness of financial abuse. This article includes a photograph of Young.
This program is for Homecoming Day of the 1935 National Convention, which took place at DePauw University where the Fraternity was founded. It includes a poem by Founder Olive Burnett Clark (Alpha, DePauw University), the words to the Toast and a program of the day's events.
The program, which features a golf theme, includes a list of the day's events, a menu for the luncheon and a list of the committee chairmen.
This newsletter includes articles about the National Housing Corporation, TEAM Discovery weekends and alcohol programming.
This program contains lists of the new member class, the dance chaperones and the social committee.
This photograph from the 1948 edition of the history shows the charter members of the Alpha Mu (Indiana University) chapter. Dora Bentley (bottom row, second from right) had graduated in 1921 but was initiated as part of the charter group. She was one of the four original members of the Sigma Beta Upsilon local group that petitioned Alpha Chi Omega to become a chapter, and the charter members personally requested that she be initiated with them. Dora was a teacher and respected community leader, and her daughter, Janet Blades Blocker Fairhead, was initiated into the Alpha Mu chapter in 1951.
This program includes a schedule of events for the weekend and the banquet, a list of the installing officers, the banquet menu, and lists of charter members and patronesses.
This Second Century Campaign update newsletter lists campaign donors and includes an article about Mu (Simpson College) chapter alumnae supporting the restoration of a piano at Simpson College.