Alpha Chi Omega

DIGITAL HISTORY

Epsilon Zeta

Epsilon Zeta chapter was founded at Auburn University in Auburn, Alabama on February 4, 1967.

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Epsilon Zeta Chapter Charter Presentation Photograph, February 4, 1967

National Extension Director Valena Harper Burke (Xi, University of Nebraska - Lincoln) poses with Ann Grimes Ezekiel (Epsilon Zeta, Auburn University), Carol Kain Gaines (Epsilon Zeta, Auburn University) and Carolyn Brock Ricketson (Epsilon Zeta, Auburn University) during a charter presentation for Epsilon Zeta (Auburn University) chapter following their installation.

Life Loyal, Continued, Fall 2015

These pages list Alpha Chis who have joined the Life Loyal program between April 1 and June 30, 2015.

Supporting Victims of Domestic Violence Luncheon Program, July 28, 2001

This one-page program includes a list of the luncheon speakers and a domestic violence awareness pin at the top. The back includes the words to the Alpha Chi Omega Grace and the Alpha Chi Omega Toast, as well as Alpha Chi Omega's statement of position on domestic violence.

Kappa Sigma Installation Program, November 15, 2014

This program includes the words to the Alpha Chi Omega Grace and Symphony; a schedule of events for the installation weekend; banquet program; and lists of the installation officers, chapter consultants, university guests, advisory board and chapter officers.

1990-91 Collegiate Leadership Consultants Photograph, c. 1990

The collegiate leadership consultants for 1990-91 pose together. They are (left to right) Elizabeth Reding Gambrell (Alpha Phi, The University of Texas at Austin), Kathy Frick Moss (Alpha Kappa, University of Oregon), Maria Arnold Fischer (Theta Xi, California State University, Northridge), Jeanette Bowers Weaver (Omega, Washington State University), Becky Mustard Hinkle (Epsilon Chi, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill), Laurie Cheney Summerlin (Epsilon Zeta, Auburn University) and Heather Schooler (Alpha Eta, University of Mount Union).