By Aly Haslet ~ Guest Writer
On Nov. 6, the Alpha Chi Omega chapter at the University of Lynchburg hosted its first annual fall formal in over a year.
The COVID-19 pandemic has curtailed Greek life organizations at the university and they have not been able to host social events until this fall.
Vice President of Risk Management Jenna Richards for Alpha Chi Omega, said, “The most challenging part was definitely getting everything set up. It took much longer than expected, especially since we never had experienced formal due to COVID.”
After a substantial pause in social events for everyone on the University of Lynchburg’s campus, the sisters of Alpha Chi and their guests were able to enjoy the formal.
According to Vice President of Ritual for Alpha Chi Omega Hailie Kovitch, “It went really smoothly.”
Kovitch spoke of how much fun it was to spearhead this kind of event and bring her vision to life.
Richards emphasized, “My favorite part of the formal was seeing the outcome after putting in all of the work along with Hailie and seeing everyone enjoy themselves.”
The sisters of Alpha Chi Omega are looking forward to continuing to plan more social and service events during the upcoming semester.
For more information about Greek Life on the University of Lynchburg’s campus, visit https://www.lynchburg.edu/student-life/fraternities-sororities/.
Hailie Kovitch, Social Chair and Vice President of Ritual for Alpha Chi Omega email@example.com
Jenna Richards, Vice President of Risk Management for Alpha Chi Omega
The University of Lynchburg – Website page for Fraternities and Sororities https://www.lynchburg.edu/student-life/fraternities-sororities/