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.
Mildred Estabrook Scott (Pi, University of California, Berkeley) served as National President from September 1949 until September 1953.
This page lists Alpha Chis who have joined the Life Loyal program between April 1 and June 30, 2015.
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 article includes portraits and biographies of each of the women appointed province presidents for 1948-49.
This new member book provides notes from chapter officers welcoming the new members and explaining their positions and what that means for the new members.
Lois Allen Burdick, (Alpha Gamma, The University of New Mexico) writes to Lois Tullis about plans for the reinstallation of Pi (University of California, Berkeley) chapter, about the fact that alumnae support is needed for the reinstallation to take place and about the Greek system at the University of California, Berkeley.
National President Mildred Estabrook Scott (Pi, University of California, Berkeley) writes to Cunningham to express condolences on the death of his wife, Alpha Chi Omega Founder Bertha Deniston Cunningham (Alpha, DePauw University).
Maude Staiger Steiner (Theta, University of Michigan) announces that the National Council has decided to grant a charter to the local sorority Alpha Theta Sigma at Washington State University.
Linda Thomas (Pi, University of California, Berkeley) writes on behalf of the Gamma Tau Gamma (Newport Beach, California) chapter to nominate Florence Lindahl Cooling (Iota, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign) for the Alumnae Appreciation Award and outlines her many contributions to Alpha Chi Omega over the years.
Debra Bidwell Coveney (Alpha Psi, UCLA) reports that MIT is working on securing housing for sororities and that they are considering giving one of the houses to the Alpha Chi prospective chapter once it is installed, but they will need alumnae support in the form of a house corporation and chapter advisors for the university to consider them.
Gwendolyn Witherspoon Sibley (Pi, University of California, Berkeley) updates alumnae on Pi (University of California, Berkeley) chapter life with particular discussion of the chapter's housing situation and plans for building a new chapter house after their previous house was destroyed in a fire.
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.