can help collegians
Alumnae, did you think that opportunities to be involved with collegiate rush ended with graduation? Think about it again - the undergraduate chapters need you! Whether you live in a college town or many miles from one, there are several ways you can show your support to our collegians. look over this list for ways you can be involved with rush this year.
* Wear your pin and be happy to explain what it is and what it means to you * Send Rush Information Forms on women going to school where an AlA chapter is located * Send flowers to the chapter house during rush * Mail contributions to help the rush budget * Talk about Greek life- and Alpha Sig- to college-bound women in your community * Represent AlA at Panhellenic sign-ups for rush * Serve as your chapter's liaison to the nearest collegiate chapter * Be willing to provide extras that a chapter may not have: silver, linens, plants * Help with rush costumes * Provide meals or snacks during rush * Offer your special talents to a collegiate chapter: flower arranging, calligraphy, etc.
Chapters making quota during 1982 rush Alpha, longwood College, Virginia Alpha Beta, Northwest Missouri State University* Alpha Gamma, Indiana University of Pennsylvania Beta Beta, University of Northern Colorado* Epsilon Epsilon, Emporia State University, Kansas* Zeta Zeta, Central Missouri State University* Eta Eta, Pittsburg State University, Kansas Kappa Kappa, Temple University, Pennsylvania Phi Phi, Northwest Missouri State University*
Beta Nu, Murray State University, Kentucky* Beta Pi, Concord College, West Virginia Beta Sigma, Southwest Missouri State University* Beta Upsilon, Indiana State University Gamma Zeta, University of Arkansas at Monticello* Gamma Eta, Penn State University Gamma lambda, Loyola University; Illinois Gamma Mu, Adrian College, Michigan*
Chi Chi, Ball State University, Indiana* Beta Epsilon, James Madison University, Virginia*
Gamma Omicron, Clarion State College, Pennsylvania Gamma Psi, Edinboro State College, Pennsylvania Delta Epsilon, Mansfield State College, Pennsylvania
Beta Theta, Central Michigan University Beta Iota, Radford University, Virginia*
Delta Iota, University of Delaware * Delta Kappa, Indiana State University at Evansville
Beta Kappa, Western Illinois University Beta lambda, University of Central Arkansas Beta Mu, Henderson State University, Kentucky
Delta Nu-A, General Motors Institute, Michigan* Delta Chi , Bloomsburg State College, Pennsylvania * Delta Upsilon, University of Texas at San Antonio
* Chapters also at total Beta Rho, Northern Illinois University, also at total SPRING 1983