Fall 2006 Archive
Sincere Learning and Creditable Scholarship
Sincere Learning and Creditable Scholarship is one of Chi Omega's six
purposes and has been a constant throughout the history of the Fraternity.
As the national scholarship officer, it is my role to more>
MeetChi Omega's 2006-2007 National Consultants
Coming to your collegiate chapter: one of Chi Omega's 14 national consultants. She'll bring great ideas, the Fraternity perspective on campus issues and chapter management and, just unveiled this more>
It was a beautiful fall weekend in September when Chi Omega alumnae descended upon Boulder, Colorado, to celebrate Zeta Chapter's 100 years at the University of Colorado-Boulder. Alumnae flew in from more>
The State of the Chi Omega Fraternity
Today, Chi Omega is closer to its vision of being the premier national women's organization because of the leadership and contributions made by members of the
Governing Council, Executive more>
Chi Omega Greek Theatre is Rededicated
Celebrating the completion of a two-year renovation to replace the primary wooden arch and repair supporting columns, the Chi Omega Greek Theatre at the University of Arkansas was rededicated in a more>
Student or Scholar. Which are you? Does it matter?
What is a scholar?A scholar is, according to Webster, "a learned person." Ideally, learning should encompass all aspects of one's life: intellectual, emotional, physical and spiritual. The life of the more>
Education After Graduation
What is lifelong learning?
Lifelong learning is the concept that "It's never too soon or too late for
learning." It is the process of acquiring and expanding knowledge, skills,
and dispositions more>
Chi Omegas Make the Grade
To develop well-rounded, educated women, Chi Omega places a priority on academic success and, more importantly, academic challenge for each member. To that end, "Sincere Learning and Creditable more>