1980s: MTV was launched (and actually played music videos). Commodore introduced the first home computers, and Apple introduced the first Macintosh. Ray Ban became big after being featured in Risky Business and Top Gun. The look was big hair, shoulder pads, leg warmers and stirrup pants.
When you think of your Alpha Chi Omega experience, you remember your roommate, your chapter advisor, your big sister. The first woman you met during recruitment, the alumna who brought cookies to the house during exams, the new member you met on bid day. These women became your sisters. Your friends. Your inspiration.
Since 1885, the members of Alpha Chi Omega have held wisdom, devotion and achievement in the highest regard. Today, the Fraternity continues to foster dreams in young women through an experience that respects and responds to the hopes, fears and realities of today’s women in today’s world.
Whether you were in college when Neil Armstrong landed on the moon or when Mark Zuckerberg launched Facebook, each decade can make a difference and support the dreams of our sisters.
With every $10 gift to Star Booth, you make a “star” of a special sister, friend or loved one who has touched your life and helped you achieve your dreams. At convention, these attendees will receive a special star to wear proudly on their nametag indicating they’ve been honored through Star Booth.
When you give to Star Booth, your contribution automatically goes to the area with the greatest need, meaning you’re making an impact right away. Alpha Chi Omega makes a promise to each member that she will become the best version of herself. The Real. Strong. Women. Experience delivers on this promise by providing educational, leadership and service-learning programs that aren’t teachable in a traditional classroom environment.
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