This program for the dedication of Alpha Eta (University of Mount Union) chapter's new house, which features a drawing of the house on the front, includes lists of collegiate chapter members, alumnae club officers, mothers club officers, patronesses and home company officers.
Harriet Edith Bardwell (Xi, University of Nebraska - Lincoln) updates Alta Allen Loud (Beta, Albion College) on the state of Xi chapter and discusses plans for attending the 1908 National Convention.
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.
The author writes that an offer has been made to purchase a house for the Santa Clara prospective chapter to lease and provides the next steps.
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.
Barbara Deady Horton (Gamma, Northwestern University) writes to Elizabeth Hays Kirby (Alpha Psi, UCLA), president of the Epsilon (University of Southern California) House Corporation, to provide advice about renting out chapter houses for the 1984 Olympics.
Southwest Missouri State University President Marshall Gordon writes to Zeta Sigma (Missouri State University) Chapter President Deborah Drissell Powell (Zeta Sigma, Southwest Missouri State University) congratulating her on the chapter's new house.
Marian Smith reports on a meeting with the Epsilon House Corporation and their plans to add an addition onto the Epsilon (University of Southern California) chapter house.
Ruth Miller Winsor (Phi, University of Kansas) writes a glowing report after visiting Chi (Oregon State University) chapter, including notes on an interview with the dean of women and photographs of the chapter house and campus buildings.
This article details a zoning struggle between Gamma Lambda (Kent State University) chapter and the city of Kent and the chapter's subsequent win, which allowed it to move to a new home at 167 N. Prospect St. The article includes a photograph of chapter members and their advisor, Mrs. Weldon Williams.