Summer 2012 Archive
Chi Omega Convention 2012
JW Marriott Desert Ridge, Phoenix
We Invite You to Connect—Virtually!
Here’s how to keep up with the fun, leadership, and more>
New ChiOmega.com Coming Soon!
Check out some of the great, new features of ChiOmega.com!
Easily log in to the Chi Omega members’ site from ChiOmega.com
Read real-time stories that your more>
Introducing the Online RIF!
Meet the newest member of our recruitment family.
Background and Benefits
During the past few years, recruitment volunteers
and alumnae alike have requested more>
We Are Family
Whether you were born into a family full
of Chi Omegas or were the first in your
family to pledge a sorority, when you
joined Chi Omega you became part of a
family. On the following pages, you more>
73 Women Become a Family
Family has always been important to me, so I
had mixed emotions when I was selected as the
national consultant who would live with Chi
Omega’s new colony at Sacred Heart U (SHU).
I was nervous more>
Chi Omega Mother-Daughter Look-Alike ContestThe response was overwhelming when a
call was posted on Facebook for photos of
Chi Omega mothers and their Chi Omega
daughters for a Mother-Daughter more>
Moving Forward From a Closed Chi Omega Chapter
My name is Christine and I’m from a closed Chi Omega
In the pre-Facebook, pre-text world, I was completely alone
when I received the piece of mail I knew would break my
heart. A letter more>
Ah, Baby It's You!
Can you match the Governing Council member with her baby picture?Scroll down to see the answers.S.H. Letitia Fulkerson A.S.T.B. Joellyn Sullivan B.S.K.A. Jane Tankersley C.S.N.V. Laura Miller D.S.M. more>
Fun Activities for Alumnae Families
Many alumnae groups have:
a book club
a dine-out lunch or dinner group
fundraisers to support local charities, including our
national philanthropy, more>
Adding an Alumnae Chapter to the Chi Omega Family
How Are New Chi Omega Alumnae Chapters Started?
Step 1: An alumna expresses interest in
starting a new group by contacting her regional
alumnae director (RAD) and local
Sisters. To get your more>
Adding a Collegiate Chapter to the Chi Omega Family
How Do New Chi Omega Chapters Get Started?
It all begins through a process called extension.
Extension is the addition of a National
Panhellenic Conference chapter to the more>
The 73 Charter Initiates of Kappa Mu Chapter
“I have made such close connections with these women in such a short periodof time—connections that some people won’t have in a lifetime.” —Laura Berey
Annemarie A’Hearn more>
Eva Magnuson Tribute
My Greek life journey
started during my
freshman year when my roommate
decided that she needed to become more
involved in Sacred Heart’s campus and it just
happened to be sorority recruitment more>
What the Kappa Mus Are Saying
When National Consultant Molly Onufer departed
SHU after Kappa Mu became a chapter,
she received a thank you note from each member.
Here are some of their sentiments.
“Thank you so much for more>
Chi Omega Legacies: What You Need to Know
Definition of a Legacy
A Chi Omega legacy is a daughter or a sister of an initiated member in good standing.
We also encourage alumnae to
call attention to potential new
members (PNMs) more>
Seven Chapters, Three Generations
There are many perks to being the youngest (so far) in a large family of Chi Omegas
besides having enough owl paraphernalia passed down through the generations to
decorate an entire house. The best more>
Texas True and a Stray (to Tennessee)
In the nine-sibling Lorimer family, three sisters, Peggy, Katy, and Marynelle, are Chi Omegas and two brothers are married to Chi Omegas, Pat Rose and Carolyn Smith. Add four daughters, a mother, and more>
Phi Gamma at LSU is the Chi Omega Home for this Family of Women
“Chi Omega is in my blood. I grew up knowing cardinal, straw, and owls. I
had wonderful women who inspired me and most were Chi Omegas. I knew
where I was on Bid Day and it was home.” —Maria more>
Chi Omega Twins
Identical. Fraternal. Same chapter. Different chapters. Multiple sets in the same chapter at the same time. Chi Omega has them all!View the slideshow to see our twins! more>
One Family, Four Generations of Xi Alpha Initiates at the U of Utah
“It’s wonderful to have the values and traditions of Chi Omega connecting four
generations. What a positive impact the Fraternity has had on all of us.” —Sarah CannonView the slideshow to see all more>