Stress: “Never give up on yourself” (Chi Connection)

Thanks Kait for facilitating some helpful and engaging Chi Connection events this semester. Our last March session we talked about stress and enjoyed a special speaker Kait engaged from Garnet & Gold Society. Kana overcame PTSD and anxiety resulting from a sexual assault when she was a freshman. She urged sisters not to stay inContinue reading “Stress: “Never give up on yourself” (Chi Connection)”

The chapter hosted Healthy Relationships Week Chi Connection with Guest Speaker from local Refuge House

We love being able to incorporate learning into our Sisterhood time each week whether it’s Chi Connection, MyJourney, or Chapter. As always, we appreciate our invited speaker from Refuge House our local partner in our National Alpha Chi Omega philanthropy, and our chapter leaders who give their time and talent to their sisters: Kait, chiContinue reading “The chapter hosted Healthy Relationships Week Chi Connection with Guest Speaker from local Refuge House”

Fill your Cup with AXΩ

Where you can find sisters on a Friday night? Filling their cup with each other! Sisters voted for a favorite movie and gathered to “fill their cups” both literally and figuratively. VP Risk Management, Bree Sutherland partnered with her committee and fellow executive board members on this fun event! Sisters were able to fill theirContinue reading “Fill your Cup with AXΩ”

Orientation Retreat – DVA & Self Worth Focus

We proved we could adpat by transforming our yearly September Sisterhood Retreat, aka Orientation Retreat, to a virtual Zoom session. Thanks Lily Stallings, MC17 Nursing, for coordinating our focus this year with collaboration from Refuge House, VP Risk Management Molly Reinking, VP Finance Megan Skipper, and VP Intellectual Development Sierra Morris. We focussed on fourContinue reading “Orientation Retreat – DVA & Self Worth Focus”

"Let’s talk about it" event !!

      This past Tuesday, April 9th, our Beta Eta sister, Jaylene Sosa, hosted her very own event called “Let’s talk about it”! Jaylene, having noticed that many Florida State students were unaware of the variety of resources that FSU offers to students on campus, along with the amount of students on campus strugglingContinue reading “"Let’s talk about it" event !!”

Mental Health Needs Seen Growing at Colleges

As you know the “Fratty Friday” posts discuss greek life both on the campus of Florida State and trends across the nation. As this article, from NY Times illustrates, the number of students attending college with Mental Health issues is growing. If you identify with this article or you have a friend or sister whoContinue reading “Mental Health Needs Seen Growing at Colleges”