A photograph of a recruitment open house at Phi (University of Kansas) chapter is reprinted from the March 1955 issue of The Lyre.
Brief biographies are provided for four contributors to this issue of The Lyre.
Editor Laura O'Brien (Alpha Mu, Indiana University) provides an introduction to this issue of The Lyre and some of the content within.
Jessica Tomasula (Eta, Bucknell University) thanks her Alpha Chi sisters from Eta (Bucknell University) chapter for their support while she battles breast cancer. This letter also includes a photograph of Eta (Bucknell University) chapter bid day in 2001.
Brigitta Haller (Alpha Mu, Indiana University) discusses her experience on a collegiate Global Service Initiative trip to Jamaica. A photograph of Haller on the trip is included.
Past winners of housing grants and members of the grant committee are listed here.
Shelley Macyunas Johnson (Delta Epsilon, Southeast Missouri State University) discusses the difficulty many women face in seeing themselves as beautiful and suggests ways to combat that feeling, such as reducing "Fat Talk," or speech that reinforces body dissatisfaction.
This page provides information on The Huntington in Pasadena, California, the site of the 1949 National Convention.
Dean Marie Vanderburg Howes (Sigma, University of Iowa) writes that sororities must challenge themselves to ensure that they are meeting the goals of higher education, which, in Howes' eyes, serve the goals of democracy.
This brief notice encourages members to apply for the Mary-Emma Griffith Memorial Fellowship.
Portraits and biographies are provided here for the two winners of the Founders' Fellowship Award.
This article provides excerpts from National Council officer reports in order to provide an overview of the 1948 National Council meeting at the Ahwahnee Hotel in Yosemite National Park, California.