MacDowell Month Sister Spotlights

MacDowell Month: “Named for the MacDowell artists’ artist residency program in New Hampshire (Alpha Chi Omega’s first philanthropic project), this month also honors our Founders’ heritage as musicians…”

We asked our talented sisters to share some of their #finearts passion: Art majors, dancers, designers: How did you celebrate MacDowell Month?

Stand Up, Stand Up Line Dance Team ❤️💚❤️💚
Thanks for highlighting our sisters VP RFA, Emma

MyJourney DEI: What is Privilege, Equality, and Equity

Thank you VP Diversity Equity & Inclusion Natasha and VP Membership Programming Leah and MyJourney facilitators (PeytonB, MaddieW, AnnaL, HaileyH, GraceW, SophieS & JaidenG) for your caring and investment in this program.

Sisters celebrate McDowell Month by attending FSU Opening Night Play

Alpha Chi Omega sisters Valerie and Megan celebrated McDowell month by attending The School of Theatre at Florida State University production of Cinderella.

Music by Richard Rodgers
Lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II
Book by Douglas Carter Beane

Sway to the tunes of Rodgers and Hammerstein in this fresh take on the timeless tale in a hilarious and romantic experience for anyone who’s ever had a dream. 

Congrats to Sisters who got into FSU Nursing School

The Florida State University College of Nursing educates clinicians, leaders, scholars, and advanced practitioners who can enhance the quality of life for people of all cultures, economic levels, and geographic locations.

We are excited to share Sisters Ella Peavly, Zoe Bober and Emily Golumb were all accepted into the Nursing program today! We can’t wait to see all you accomplish..

AXΩ Members selected for Core

The Department of Fraternity and Sorority Life works closely with chapter leaders, advisors, and alumni as well as governing council officers, University faculty and staff, and community partners to ensure that members of the Greek community have a meaningful learning experience at Florida State that compliments their academic experience and better prepare them to be global citizens. In addition to the day-to-day advising work, OFSL is proud to offer educational programs.

One of the programs is CORE. CORE is Panhellenic’s 5-week new member program that challenges participants to get out of their comfort zones, meet Panhellenic sisters, and develop their leadership skills. New members from the current and previous semester and eligible to apply each fall and spring.

We are excited to share, Alpha Chi Omega has 5 sisters selected for the spring 2022 class.

Isabelle Shim

SGLA Conference Panhellenic

This past weekend 2 members of Alpha Chi Omega were able to travel to Atlanta for the Southeastern Greek Leadership Association Conference.

Each February, hundreds of fraternity and sorority leaders throughout the southeastern U.S. converge on Atlanta to attend the Southeastern Greek Leadership Association Annual Conference. The Academy is a three-day educational conference, that features something for everyone, regardless of his/her role in their community.

Well-known educational speakers anchored the SGLA conference curriculum. At least one general session covering broad fraternity and sorority issues was scheduled each day. Smaller, more-intimate breakout sessions were also scheduled daily. Breakout sessions provided a variety of opportunities to discuss specific challenges, learn new ideas and interact with fraternity and sorority leaders from around the region. Both students and advisors found programming geared specifically toward their varied interests and challenges.

The SGLA Awards Banquet wrapped up the conference. Member institutions and individuals were recognized for their hard work as well as their outstanding service and dedication to the fraternity and sorority movement.