Annual activities of note include social events such as the Harvest Moon and My Tie dances, fundraising activities for the Make-A-Wish Foundation such as Scoop-a-Dish for Make-A-Wish and Swishes for Wishes, and Eleusinian Founder's Day teas.Chi Omega (ΧΩ) is a women's fraternity (better known as a sorority) and the largest member of the National Panhellenic Conference.
Above these symbols are both the skull and crossbones and the owl mascot.
Beneath the carnation are the five letters, Rho, Beta, Upsilon, Eta and Sigma. The badge of Chi Omega was regulated and adopted in 1906, allowing only fourteen pearls or diamonds, no other stones to be used.
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Chi Omega was the first women's Fraternity to have an Executive Office in an Office Building.
In 1986, the Chi Omega Executive Office was moved to the 31st floor of the same office building, Carew Tower, until their move to the present location in Memphis, Tennessee in December 1993.
Richardson, Chi Omega had installed 17 chapters throughout the United States.
Chi Omega joined the National Panhellenic Conference in 1903.
The fraternity's day-to-day business activities are overseen by the Governing Council; which consists of five elected alumnae, volunteer members, who are elected every two years.
Each chapter of Chi Omega receives at least an annual visit from a National Consultant who aids in the development of the members.
The Mu Kappa chapter was founded at Duke University on November 6, 1976.