Only 36 Alpha Chis are pictured in the 1898 National Convention group photograph, while hundreds posed together in 2018.
From 1909-13, the Alpha (DePauw University) chapter house living room is dominated by a piano and features spindly chairs. Today, the Alpha chapter house still contains a beautiful piano, but also features plush couches and chairs.
In 1935, these Gamma (Northwestern University) chapter members looked serious while having their picture taken; they are wearing dresses or skirts and many are wearing hats. Today, many of the Zeta Pi (Arizona State University) chapter members are having fun while having their picture taken; they are wearing matching shirts for bid day.
The Delta Tau (Minnesota State University, Mankato) chapter house of 1965 is dwarfed by the Delta Omega (University of Kentucky) chapter house of 2018.
Three new Epsilon Zeta (Auburn University) chapter members pose with Past National President Rosita Hopps Nordwall (Epsilon, University of Southern California) holding their new charter in 1967. A group of Alpha Chi Omega alumnae pose with the Lambda (Syracuse University) chapter charter when the chapter was reinstalled in 2016.
In the 1970s, Alpha Chi Omega's national altruistic project focused on supporting children with cerebral palsy. Today, Alpha Chi Omega's national altruistic project focuses on domestic violence awareness and support for survivors.
Norma Dowdy Labuda (Delta Phi, Texas A&M University-Kingsville) poses with the Most Improved Scholarship Award in 1972 while Epsilon Chi poses with the National Council accepting the National Council Trophy as a finalist chapter at the 2016 National Convention.
In the 1970s, the Training Leadership Conference focused on training alumnae leaders. Today, Leadership Academy focuses on providing leadership training to collegiate members.
In 1984, only six women served all collegiate chapters as collegiate and field consultants. Today, the job of consulting collegiate chapters is carried out by a team of 15 women.