Rho chapter was founded at University of Washington in Seattle, Washington on October 14, 1910.
This page lists Alpha Chis who have joined the Life Loyal program between April 1 and June 30, 2015.
National Council members Ruth Tewinkel Suppes (Rho, University of Washington), Hannah Keenan (Alpha, DePauw University) and Vera Arnold Willis (Mu, Simpson College) play around with a hand cart during the 1950 National Council meeting at the Seigniory Club in Montebello, Quebec, Canada. In the background are Martha Chamberlin Leslie (Theta, University of Michigan), Delight Stevens Dodds (Alpha Chi, Butler University), Katherine Schafer McDonald (Alpha Omicron, The Ohio State University) and Mary Frances Hess Peak (Beta Nu, University of Utah).
This program includes the banquet program and menu, as well as the words to the song "As I Sit and Dream at Evening."
Olive Burnett Clark (Alpha, DePauw University) writes to Ruth Tewinkel Suppes (Rho, University of Washington) about a recent Indiana State Day event that Suppes was unable to attend. Clark also writes that she is happy to speak about the founding at an event Suppes previously invited her to attend.
This brochure provides statistics about domestic violence and lists some of the activities Alpha Chi collegians and alumnae have worked on to promote awareness and support domestic violence survivors.
This program includes a menu, a timeline of events and a list of collegiate members.
Ruth Tewinkel Suppes (Rho, University of Washington) provides information about the installation of Gamma Rho (Texas Tech University) chapter and invites collegiate chapter members and alumnae to attend. A reservation form for the event is included.
(left to right) Lenore Ruark Sutherlin (Alpha, DePauw University), National President Burnette Grimes Jones (Omega, Washington State University), Catharine Appleby Toole (Alpha, DePauw University) and Ruth Tewinkel Suppes (Rho, University of Washington) pose with DePauw University President Dr. Russell Humbert and the temporary Founders memorial installed at DePauw on DePauw Day during the 1960 National Convention. The temporary plaque was installed as a token of Alpha Chi Omega's promise to provide a proper memorial to the Founders at a later date. This photograph was featured on page 14 of the September 1960 issue of The Lyre.