This newsletter from Alpha Beta (Purdue University) chapter includes articles about chapter social events, recruitment, the chapter's new housemother and academic achievements. Three photographs are part of the newsletter as well: portraits of alumna Martha Bolt Graham (Alpha Beta, Purdue University), new housemother Helen Harrison Dailey and a group photograph of the new members of 1960.
This publication discusses the options for generating charitable gifts to the Alpha Chi Omega Foundation. It also includes a photograph of Ellen Little Vanden Brink (Alpha, DePauw University), Bonnie House Andrews (Alpha Beta, Purdue University), Diane Wilson Blackwelder (Omicron, Baker University) and Mary Gratton Davids (Chi, Oregon State University) being honored by the Circle of Twenty at the 1992 National Convention.
This convention newsletter provides articles about various convention events, as well as general interest articles regarding the new Fraternity headquarters and the death of Founder Nellie Gamble Childe (Alpha, DePauw University). The newsletter includes a number of photographs associated with the articles.
A group of six pose together at the groundbreaking ceremony for a new Alpha (DePauw University) chapter house. They include Hannah Keenan (Alpha, DePauw University, left), Ardath Yates Burkhart (Alpha Beta, Purdue University, third from left), Olive Burnett Clark (Alpha, DePauw University, third from right) and Harriette Dresser Crabill (Alpha Beta, Purdue University, right).
Angela Costley Harris (Alpha Beta, Purdue University) was elected National President at the 2016 National Convention. Her four-year term will end in 2020. Her long volunteer resume began in 2003 as a chapter advisor, eventually serving as a national vice president in 2008. Her dedication and love of Alpha Chi Omega and its members shows in her constant involvement throughout the years!
Alpha Chi Omega members who have recently gotten married are listed, along with their husbands, by chapter.
Alpha Chi Omega members who have recently given birth are listed, often with their husband and new baby's names, by chapter.
This directory lists the names and addresses of Fraternity leaders, including members of the National Council, standing committees, province leaders, alumnae district leaders and alumnae state chairmen. It also lists each collegiate chapter along with its president and alumnae advisor and each alumnae chapter or club with its president and meeting information.
This page lists Alpha Chis who have joined the Life Loyal program between April 1 and June 30, 2015.
This profile on Nicki Reas Meneley (Alpha Beta, Purdue University), CEO of the Fraternity Executives Association, begins with her time at Purdue University and in Alpha Beta chapter and follows Meneley through her time as a chapter consultant, a member of headquarters staff and executive director of the National Panhellenic Conference to her current position. The article includes several photographs of Meneley.
Photographs and brief descriptions highlight the achievements of alumnae chapters and individual alumnae.
Ellen Drake MacMillan (Alpha Beta, Purdue University) discusses the work being done by alumnae chapters to support the cerebral palsy division of the National Society for Crippled Children and Adults. The article includes a photograph of Beta Omicron Beta (Miami, Florida) chapter members working with children through the Florida Association for Crippled Children.
This program includes the banquet schedule and menu, as well as lists of the weekend's events, the installing officers, installation committee, advisory board and the chapter charter members.
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 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 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.
This National Council Trophy used to travel from awarded chapter to chapter every year. The traveling trophy was discontinued at the 1933 Grand Council meeting due to the "inability to award it on an equitable basis." It was awarded to the following chapters between 1913-33: Omicron (Baker University), Pi (University of California, Berkeley), Alpha (DePauw University), Tau (Brenau University), Phi (University of Kansas), Iota (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign), Zeta (New England Conservatory), Psi (The University of Oklahoma), Xi (University of Nebraska-Lincoln), Lambda (Syracuse University), Alpha Iota (University of Vermont), Mu (Simpson College), Beta Epsilon (Michigan State University), Alpha Zeta (Washington University in Saint Louis) and Alpha Beta (Purdue University).
This report consists of an officer's report from the Foundation president, a summary of affirmative votes at each Board of Trustees meeting, a list of fellowship and scholarship recipients, and financial reports.
This report lists each chapter and its altruistic activities for Hera Day. Many of the activities center around children or senior citizens.