Follow Alpha Chi this summer!

As hard as it is to be away from everyone for three months, we are so proud of all of the AMAZING things our sisters are up to this summer. That's why, for the rest of the summer, we will be featuring tons of mini posts showing off the super cool things Alpha Chis are... Continue Reading →


TCU Alpha Chi Omega Year-in-Review

As I am sitting here typing this, students across TCU's campus are taking their last classes of the semester. We're just a few finals away from another year of college under our belts! For some, this means finishing their first year of college, and for others, this means in just a few days they'll be walking... Continue Reading →

Healthy Relationships Week

Every year, along with Valentine’s Day, Alpha Chi Omega chapters across the country celebrate Healthy Relationships Week. Because AXO’s philanthropy is domestic violence awareness, AXO places great value on educating others about what a healthy relationship is. Throughout the week, members of Alpha Chi Omega posted on social media what love is to them, using... Continue Reading →

AXO Global Service Initiative

  The Alpha Chi Omega Collegiate Global Service Initiative offers a unique combination of direct service, immersion, and Alpha Chi Omega principles and values. While the sisters travel across the country, they will build and remodel areas and structures of need, experience local traditions and culture, and bond with their fellow sisters for a life changing experience.... Continue Reading →

Dear New Initiates

By Olivia Koscik Dear New Initiates, This past weekend you were initiated and are officially full fledged members of Alpha Chi Omega. We are so excited that you are our sisters. We have had so much fun celebrating all of you. This weekend has been jam packed with events from family dinners, dinner at Joe... 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 →

Why I Love My Little

By Lydia Nokels My little, Alexa, is quite possibly the cutest person I have ever met. She has the biggest heart and is so incredibly kind, that when I first met her, I instantly knew I wanted her to be my little. She texts me before big tests to wish me luck and never says... Continue Reading →

Senior Spotlight: Elizabeth Wood

Name: Elizabeth Wood Hometown: Birmingham, Alabama Major: Nursing Expected Graduation Date: December 2017 What are my plans after graduation: I don’t have any definite plans yet, but I’ve thought about becoming a travel nurse for the first few years after graduation! I’d also like to go abroad to a Spanish speaking country to work in... Continue Reading →

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