The party doesn't stop for Founder's Day!

On October 15, 1885 seven women founded the women's fraternity, Alpha Chi Omega. Since then hundreds of thousands of women have joined Alpha Chi and have partaken in the beloved ritual. College women and alumnae alike have worn the lyre with pride, and grew a new affection for the color combination of scarlet and olive. Ladies across the nation learned to seek the heights and to lean on each other. We have made it our mission to protect one another with our philanthropy, Domestic Violence Awareness.

Our sorority is more than just theme parties, Greek week, crafting, Kate Spade, and Lilly Pulitzer. Alpha Chi is our bond. It's the laughter at two in the morning, it's the crying with each other after a bad breakup, it's the love between a big and a little, the friendships that can never be severed. For Alpha Chi we celebrate October 15 because it has brought us so much joy into our lives. Our sorority has never changed us, it simply brought out the women we were always meant to be.

So Happy Birthday Alpha Chi Omega, 128 has never looked so good.

Beta Xi sisters Marley and Lindsey celebrating Founder's Day

Along with celebrating Alpha Chi's Birthday we also celebrated our three new favorite guys: Travis Kolupanowich, Dalton Wilson, and John Stankiewicz. We adore these boys and appreciate all that they do for the chapter. Welcome to the Beta Xi family gentlemen. We love you! 

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