President’s Corner: Values-Based Recruiting

What it means to have a values-based recruitment and why I think it's so important. Written by Carley Charbonneau, Chapter President of TCU Alpha Chi Omega Ask me about my values. No, really. Ask me what I’m passionate about, what I look for in relationships, what’s important to me, what my non-negotiables are. Ask me... Continue Reading →

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Senior Spotlight: Danielle Wood

Name: Danielle Wood Hometown: Orange Country, CA Major: Movement Science Expected Graduation Date: Spring 2018! Woo! What are my plans after graduation: I a plan to go to physical therapy school and then become a Doctor of Physical Therapy Advice for the current new member class: Oh gosh, there is so much I could say.... Continue Reading →

Kaitlin | Internship with SAP Fieldglass

Kaitlin is sophomore interning with a software company in Chicago. · What are you up to this summer? I am working as an the User Assistance Development intern at SAP Fieldglass in Chicago. SAP Fieldglass is software company that helps businesses use technology to accurately report costs and manage their workforce more efficiently. My department... Continue Reading →

Walk A Mile 2016

By Carly Boobar Walk A Mile has been a recent addition to our philanthropy as this is just our third year. As a chapter that continually raises an impressive amount of money for the Women’s Center, we were looking to add a different type of event to our repertoire. Walk A Mile is important because... Continue Reading →

A Big Experience

Sarah and Rissa's Story Although it doesn’t seem possible now, there was a time in my life when I didn’t know my big. I refer to these dark years as BB (before big). However, before I knew her, really knew her, I never could have guessed that I would end up as hers. My big... Continue Reading →

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