Challenge Yourself to “See & Appreciate All that is Noble in Another”

We are so fortunate to have a VP of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion who shares a weekly “challenge to foster inclusion” suggestion with us. Thanks Natasha and your committee! You remind Alpha Chi sisters we should always be Seeking the Heights to be the best Real.Strong.Women. – looking forward to more inspiration this Fall.

Examine your Bias with PLAID & MyJourney

We utilized our MyJourney facilitators to assist the President, Panhellenic Delegate, and VP DEI to present Inclusive Practices: Recognizing Biases a program from OFSL and PLAID. The speaker and activities addressed and asked us to question: unconscious and affinity bias. The message was for sisters to understand how it affected even the most commonplace interactionsContinue reading “Examine your Bias with PLAID & MyJourney”

Allyship and Hera Day

Three Vice Presidents collaborated to bring us a conglomeration interweaving our MyJourney based on “How to be My Sister’s Ally” and Hera Day: VP Membership Programming, Ayva; VP Diversity Equity Inclusion, Alara and VP Ritual Fraternity Appreciation, Leanne. We heard such positive responses from sisters for the event and the two invited speakers who contributedContinue reading “Allyship and Hera Day”

Sisters Celebrate Lunar New Year

The chapter celebrated Lunar New Year on Friday February 12th! Lunar new year is celebrated on the first day of the first month of the Chinese Calendar. It is also called the spring festival and is the most important of the traditional Chinese Holidays. The Chapters VP Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, Alara worked with theContinue reading “Sisters Celebrate Lunar New Year”

Freshmen Leaders

Nina and Kait were both selected for FSU’s Freshman Leadership Institute. They set the bar for our External Affairs Coordinator (Caroline Rinker, MP committee) when she gives examples on how sisters can seek to improve themselves and FSU and Alpha Chi. Kait plans to graduate with a double major and head to law school. SheContinue reading “Freshmen Leaders”