The Chi Omega Symphony
- Ethel Switzer Howard, Xi Chapter, 1904
The symphony of Chi Omega is known by heart by every sister. Why? Because it represents more than a motto; it represents a group of sisters on the way to becoming women who flourish sharing experiences and memories along the way. Our symphony expresses the heartbeat of a Chi Omega. Together we want to learn how to love before excluding, how to work hard and honestly, and how to encourage one another in every possible circumstance. Life as a Chi Omega offers support when situations are challenging through a sisterhood that aspires to be womanly always and discouraged never. Above all, our symphony reminds us to live a life that is honorable and consistent in a world that is not.
Formal recruitment for women's Greek Life at Union University begins on Sunday, August 28 and ends with Bid Day on Saturday, September 3. The Upsilon chapter of Chi Omega is once again looking forward to an exciting and successful recruitment. The deadline to sign up for recruitment is Sunday, August 28. Chi Omega encourages anyone interested in women's Greek Life at Union University to contact the Panhellenic advisor, Karen Taylor, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 731.661.5244.
If you're ready to sign up for recruitment click here to fill out your application. We look forward to seeing you at our house during recruitment!