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Alpha Chi Epsilon

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1 Alpha Chi Epsilon reunion hosted in Hawaii
Northern Iowa Today 96:3, p.30
10/1/2013 Alpha Chi Epsilon, now Sigma Alpha Epsilon, group from the 1960s got together in Hawaii; photo.
2 UNI Homecoming Weedend reunions
Public Relations News Release 2008:124, p.1
10/6/2008 Several organizations will hold their alumni reunions and socials during the weekend of Oct. 10 - 11. List follows.
3 Founders Day
Public Relations News Release 77:22, p.3
11/21/1980 Sigma Alpha Epsilon and Alpha Chi Epsilon will sponsor open house.
4 Chis reunite
Northern Iowan 73:60, p.3
7/1/1977 Members of Alpha Chi Epsilon from 1926-1936 hold reunion; remember old times.
5 Local AXEs go national
Alumnus 50:4, p.11
12/1/1965 After fifty years as a local, Alpha Chi Epsilon becomes Sigma Alpha Epsilon; joins Phi Sigma Epsilon, Sigma Tau Gamma, and Tau Kappa Epsilon as campus national; Psi Omega is only remaining local.
6 Alpha Chi Epsilon changes to Sigma Alpha Epsilon
College Eye 60:18, p.1
11/12/1965 Becomes fourth SCI fraternity to affiliate with a national group.
7 Composite Model-T has colorful past, 'Bumblebee Bomb' is fraternity symbol
College Eye 60:17, p.1
11/9/1965 History of Alpha Chi Epsilon's Model-T; photo.
8 AXE goes national, joins SAE
College Eye 59:46, p.1
6/25/1965 Alpha Chi Epsilon, whose history goes back to 1915, will affiliate with Sigma Alpha Epsilon.
9 Fraternity housing unit decision unfair
Murphy--Francis (Frank) (Student--1965)
College Eye 59:32, p.2
4/13/1965 Voices concern about administration's reversal of attitude toward fraternity members living in residence halls.
10 Pinnings: songs, handshakes for sweetheart, her pinmate
College Eye 59:4, p.1
10/2/1964 A look at the custom of fraternity pinning; photo.
11 AXE to ask national membership
College Eye 57:32, p.1
5/31/1963 Seeks to become chapter of Sigma Alpha Epsilon.
12 Much bloodshed by members of SCI fraternity
Alumnus 48:2, p.14
5/1/1963 Alpha Chi Epsilon members donate blood; began project before World War II; photo.
13 Gamma Delta is first in Homecoming contest
College Eye 56:6, p.5
10/20/1961 List of Homecoming prize winners.
14 Dr. Cable honored at AXE reunion
Alumnus 46:3, p.17
9/1/1961 Honored for forty years of service.
15 Dr. Cable to be honored by fraternity
Public Relations News Release 1960:440, p.1
5/31/1961 Professor Emmett J. Cable is honored for his forty years spent as a sponsor of the Beta Chapter of Alpha Chi Epsilon. The fraternity is to hold a dinner for Professor Cable at the Russell Lamson Hotel in Waterloo.
16 It's Hell . . . Week!
College Eye 52:30, p.5
5/12/1961 A collection of photos showing new pledges to fraternities and sororities.
17 95% of on-campus men fight flood
College Eye 52:25, p.3
4/7/1961 Fraternities also involved in filling sandbags to fight the flooding; women help, too; photo.
18 Local student(s) join ISTC fraternity
Public Relations News Release 1960:306, p.1
3/29/1961 Fraternity pledging begins with the selection of potential initiates from the student body. The pledging period lasts from five to eight weeks. Initiates listed with their respective fraternity.
19 Auction offers pennies, pizza, ping pong
Phillips--Sandy (Class of 1962)
College Eye 52:21, p.1
3/3/1961 A look at the prizes offered in the Auction Benefit; photo.
20 Shirley Petersen Homecoming Queen
Old Gold 0:0, p.52
6/1/1960 The Homecoming Parade was a success TC's marching band and other campus groups made their way down the procession. The Homecoming Queen, Shirley Petersen, lead her court of four other girls; Mary Kaye Stringer, Shirley Radeke, Mary Paulk, and Jo Noble; Photos. The girls joined the audiences during the football game versus North Dakota University and cheered when TC won 14-9. Other special events that made up the week was the verity shows, Inter-Fraternity sing, and the Bartlett girls football game. The most looked foreword to event was the Homecoming Dance where students got to dress up and Jules Herman and his band would provide musical assistance.
21 Losing his life blood
College Eye 51:25, p.3
4/1/1960 Stanley Glawe, of Alpha Chi Epsilon, donates blood to the Red Cross; photo.
22 Chi-Delts sweep Homecoming
College Eye 51:7, p.2
10/30/1959 List of winners in various Homecoming contests.
23 Alpha Chi Epsilon Wins Inter-Fraternity Sing
Old Gold 0:0, p.214
6/1/1959 Alpha Chi Epsilon had activities which included the "Boilermaker's Brawl," pinning ceremonies, parties with all of the sororities, the thrill of winning the Homecoming Inter-fraternity serenade competition, and many other events; photo.
24 Delta Delta Phi Sponsors Service Projects
Old Gold 0:0, p.206
6/1/1959 Delta Delta Phi sponsored a tea for alumni at Homecoming, the building of a float with Alpha Chi Epsilon, The Mother's Day Tea, and several service projects; a Christmas dance, a caroling party, and a spring dance also took place; photo.
25 Homecoming 1958
Old Gold 0:0, p.51
6/1/1959 An inter-fraternity sing, pep rallies, a variety show, and most importantly the Homecoming parade opened up the festivities for Homecoming; the queen, Carol Justice, and her court were recognized at the TC and Morningside football game; photo.
26 Greek Column
College Eye 50:31, p.8
5/15/1959 News about Greeks and their organizations.
27 Greek Column
College Eye 50:30, p.5
5/8/1959 Greek news and events; photo.
28 Greek Column
College Eye 50:29, p.7
5/1/1959 Greek events and activities.
29 Fraternities gain pledges
College Eye 50:27, p.4
4/17/1959 List of new pledges.
30 Greek Column
College Eye 50:27, p.4
4/17/1959 Greek news and events.
31 Greek Column
College Eye 50:24, p.8
3/20/1959 News from Greek organizations.
32 Greek Column
College Eye 50:23, p.5
3/13/1959 Listing of Greek events and activities.
33 Greek Column
Johnston--Ruth (Student--1957)
College Eye 50:21, p.3
2/27/1959 Greek organizations and activities.
34 Greek Column
College Eye 50:20, p.10
2/20/1959 Greek events and activities.
35 Greek Column
College Eye 50:19, p.8
2/13/1959 Greek organizations and activities.
36 Greek Column
College Eye 50:18, p.8
2/6/1959 Greek activities.
37 Greek Column
College Eye 50:16, p.8
1/16/1959 Greek events and activities.
38 Greek Column
College Eye 50:14, p.3
12/19/1958 News and events of campus Greek organizations.
39 Greek Column
Johnston--Ruth (Student--1957)
College Eye 50:13, p.4
12/12/1958 Greek organizations and their activities.
40 Greek Column
Johnston--Ruth (Student--1957)
College Eye 50:12, p.4
12/5/1958 Campus Greek activities and events.
41 Cat-Snip 'T'
Tenglin--Diane R. (Class of 1959)
College Eye 50:11, p.2
11/21/1958 Campus life commentary.
42 Chi's win award for scholarship
College Eye 50:11, p.8
11/21/1958 Alpha Chi Epsilon retains scholarship trophy.
43 Untitled
Moline--Jo (Student--1958)
College Eye 50:10, p.2
11/14/1958 Questions the goals of one of the newspaper columns.
44 Cat-Snip 'T'
College Eye 50:9, p.2
11/7/1958 Discusses pets, Greeks, and performance etiquette.
45 Chi's bleedy for needy
College Eye 50:9, p.4
11/7/1958 Fraternity members give blood; photo.
46 Chis highlight Mexican Christmas
Old Gold 0:0, p.256
6/1/1958 The Christmas dance with their sister sorority, Delta Delta Phi, was a wonderful evening. It promoted better brotherhood among the members and helped prepare them for social life; photo.
47 Outstanding Delt awarded trophy
Old Gold 0:0, p.247
6/1/1958 Delta Delta Phi sorority members strive for stronger bonds of friendship, to become women with poise, sane judgement, good taste, and courtesy; photo.
48 The who, what, when and how of TC fraternities
College Eye 49:20, p.6
2/21/1958 Presents rush information and histories of fraternities.
49 Alpha Chis Feature Summer Stag Party
Old Gold 0:0, p.254
6/1/1957 Alpha Chi Epsilon sponsored a Homecoming float with their sister sorority Delta Delta Phi, which was awarded second prize; they actively participate in intramural athletics and donate blood as a service project each fall and spring; photo.
50 Delts Feature Spring Dinner Dance
Old Gold 0:0, p.245
6/1/1957 The goals of Delta Delta Phi: promote stronger bonds of friendship, provide opportunities for social experience, and to help each other become a finer woman whose poise, sane judgment, good taste and unfailing courtesy bespeak a college woman; photo.


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