Category Archives: The Quill of Alpha Xi Delta

Alpha Xi Delta “When the 17th of April Rolls Around Again”

“When the 17th of April rolls around again the Alpha Xi Delta idea will be eleven years old,” reads an account in the first issue of Alpha Xi Delta of the Alpha Xi Delta Sorority.  “The seed planted so carefully by ten brave girls has … Continue reading

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Fraternity and Sorority Magazines – Preserving History, Fostering Enthusiasm and Promulgating Lifelong Loyalty

This week, I had the opportunity to read hard copies of recently published sorority magazines.* What fun it was to turn the pages and read about some of the 26 National Panhellenic Conference (NPC) organizations! Good works are being done. … Continue reading

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Happy Founders’ Day Alpha Xi Delta!

I recall so vividly visiting the Alpha Xi Delta house at Syracuse University in the mid 1970s. The designer Betsey Johnson was Eta Chapter’s most famous alumna. Chapter lore included the tidbit that she had carved her name in a piece of furniture, a … Continue reading

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