This Tau (Brenau University) chapter newsletter provides updates about the chapter, including articles on the new chapter house and the annual alumnae banquet and profiles on some of the collegiate members. Also of interest is an article about new privileges being granted to students by Brenau University.
This Beta (Albion College) chapter newsletter provides updates about the chapter's activities and lists of new members, chapter officers and house corporation board officers. There is also an article about the reestablishment of the Albion-Jackson Alumnae Club.
This brief newsletter from Zeta Rho (Northwood University) chapter lists the chapter's new members and newly elected officers.
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 newsletter from Alpha Iota (University of Vermont) chapter includes articles about altruistic activities, chapter events and news from alumnae. The newsletter also includes several photographs of chapter members.
This newsletter from Alpha Nu (University of Missouri) chapter includes articles about spring recruitment, chapter house renovations, Greek Week and the extracurricular activities of members. Also included are alumnae updates and a photograph of lifetime and new members.
This alumnae newsletter from Delta Zeta (Central Michigan University) chapter includes updates about recruitment, the 1974 Michigan State Day and various chapter activities.
Carol Hall Bolen (Beta Phi, Bowling Green State University) poses with the Pledge Award won by her chapter at the 1972 National Convention in Chicago, Illinois.
Fourteen members of the 1959-60 Beta Rho (American University) chapter new member class pose together.
New members of Gamma Pi (University of Tampa) chapter pose together in formal dresses. They are (front) Barbara Baker, (second row, left to right) Phyllis Gladhill, Ermalou McDuffie Roller and (back) Anita Gonzalez Freeman.
Lifetime and new members of Beta Theta (Lawrence University) chapter pose together for a formal group photograph. Each woman is individually identified on the back of the photograph.
This handbook includes a list of the names, addresses and birthdays of all active chapter members and new members, a list of chapter officers, social and chapter house rules, requirements related to scholarship, activities, social programs, financial obligations, a list of 10 tips for new members and the lyrics to a few Alpha Chi songs.
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.
This program contains lists of the new member class, the dance chaperones and the social committee.
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.
Carolyn Barrick Chestnut (Gamma Epsilon, Oklahoma State University) provides an update on chapter activities to chapter alumnae. She also includes alumnae updates such as birth and marriage announcements as well as a list of alumnae with new addresses.
This small diamond-shaped pin is an example of the pins that served as the first official pledge pin of the Fraternity. Scarlet and olive ribbons are attached to the pin in a nod to the earlier practice of pledging new members with ribbons. How did New Member pins come about? In the early days of the fraternity it was customary to pledge Greek novitiates with ribbons. By 1900, a small diamond shaped pin, enameled half in scarlet and half in olive green, bearing in the center an inlaid golden lyre, was accepted. Currently, the new member pin is the same design except that it is a stick pin.
These minutes from the First Grand Council meeting, held in Albion, Michigan, in 1903, include reports from the grand treasurer, Grand President and editor of The Lyre. Of particular note are the precarious financial situation of The Lyre, plans for voting at the 1903 Inter-Sorority Conference, the establishment of alumnae chapters and the decision to revoke the charter of Eta (Bucknell University) chapter due to inactivity.
This page, which has been titled "Pledging - Thanksgiving 1921," features a new member ribbon, an invitation to become a new member of Omicron (Baker University) chapter and an article about the Omicron chapter new members and the delay in announcing them due to a Panhellenic penalty.
This page documents Alvena Smith Jones' (Omicron, Baker University) initiation and features an invitation and program for the initiation banquet, a name card for Alvena Smith Jones (Omicron, Baker University), an article about the initiation and a lock of hair from the initiation goat (see note).