This article includes brief reports on chapter life and events from the chapters in Kappa Province.
This article includes brief reports on chapter life and events from the chapters in Lambda Province. One photograph accompanies this article.
Blake writes about Peggy Post Jr. (Helen Worboys O'Neil), assistant society editor of the Seattle Post Intelligencer. A portrait of O'Neil is included.
Grand President Margaret Anne Bundy introduces the new Total Membership Education program.
This article discusses recent criticisms of Greek organizations and outlines a number of strategies proposed by Dr. Donald Zacharias in a report entitled "Greek Organizations on the College Campus: Guidelines for Institutional Action." The following article is about Alpha Delta Pi's response to this report.
This article responds to the previous one about criticism from universities of Greek organizations. It discusses a number of changes made by Alpha Delta Pi with the implementation of Total Membership Education, including shorter pre-initiation periods, earlier assimilation into chapter life, expanded programming for all members, and changes in officer responsibilities. Alpha Delta Pi was the first sorority to eliminate pledgeship.
Siler highlights the military experiences of Shelley Jean Ovsak, a member of the U.S. Air Force stationed in Saudi Arabia. A photograph of Ovsak accompanies the article.
This article reports on the dedication of a residence hall at Samford University that will house Kappa Chapter. Several photographs of the dormitory are included with the article.
Kennedy highlights the achievements and projects of individual members and chapters. Several photographs accompany this article.
This article focuses on two alumnae working in the field of education: Marilyn Benson King was named Oklahoma Teacher of the Year, and Pamela Williams won the Alice Buffet Outstanding Teacher Award. A photograph of King with her students accompanies the article.
This article lists all donors to the Alpha Delta Pi Foundation between August 1, 1989 and December 31, 1990.
This article discusses the colonization and installation of Eta Rho Chapter at California State University, Chico. Two photographs from the installation are included.
This article features seven photographs of collegiate members who have received campus honors.
This issue is dominated by World War II, from Alpha Delta Pi members serving in the military to service projects of individuals, chapters, and alumnae groups. Profiles of Alpha Beta and Omega Chapters, as well as chapter and alumnae association reports round out the issue.
This issue focuses on the new Total Membership Education program implemented by Alpha Delta Pi, making it the first sorority to eliminate pledgeship. A large portion of the issue is also devoted to a list of donors to the Alpha Delta Pi Foundation.
Wilgus writes about Jinx Ryan, an Olympic swimmer who is now a new member of Lambda Chapter. A photograph of Ryan is included.
This article profiles Mildred Ahlgren, president of the Indiana Federation of Women's Clubs. A photograph of Ahlgren with her daughter accompanies the article.
This article lists a number of honors and awards received by Alpha Delta Pi collegiate members. Four portraits accompany the article.