This newsletter includes articles about the National Housing Corporation, TEAM Discovery weekends and alcohol programming.
Iota Rho (Loyola University Chicago) chapter members pose with Chapter Advisor Julie Crider (Phi, University of Kansas) and Province Collegiate Chair Dana Beggs Hancock (Epsilon Omicron, Indiana State University) at a philanthropy party during fall formal recruitment.
An unidentified Alpha Chi hangs T-shirts on a clothesline as part of a domestic violence awareness program.
Iota Omega (Carthage College) chapter members pose together with a sign for Women and Children's Horizons, Inc., an organization they are supporting while participating in a domestic violence awareness walk.
An unidentified Iota Lambda (Texas Christian University) chapter member poses with two novelty checks for donations to a women's shelter and to Kristin's Story with funds from the chapter's fashion show.
Epsilon Lambda (The University of Texas at Arlington) chapter members present a check for $2,500 from their casino night fundraiser to the Arlington Women's Shelter. The chapter was one of the shelter's top donors at the time.
Kimberly Young (Alpha Mu, Indiana University) discusses the prevalence of financial abuse among those who experience domestic abuse and a campaign from her employer, Allstate Insurance Company, called the Allstate Foundation Purple Purse, to raise public awareness of financial abuse. This article includes a photograph of Young.
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 one-page program includes a list of the luncheon speakers and a domestic violence awareness pin at the top. The back includes the words to the Alpha Chi Omega Grace and the Alpha Chi Omega Toast, as well as Alpha Chi Omega's statement of position on domestic violence.
This flier announces a Hera Day open house sponsored by Delta Psi (University of California, Santa Barbara) chapter to support the Santa Barbara Shelter Services for Women.