1974 National Convention

1974 National Convention

The 10th anniversary of Phi Mu's support of Project HOPE was celebrated during the 33rd National Convention with colorful HOPE and Phi Mu balloons, as well as a Social Service Dinner complete with dolls dressed in costumes representing the countries the S.S. HOPE visited. The implications of Title IX were addressed during a panel discussion, and a resolution was accepted reaffirming the Fraternity's right to remain an exclusively women's organization. Plans for a new national headquarters building were revealed and approved during the 1974 convention, as well as legislation allowing collegians to have badges made into jewelry.


1974 National Convention


Aug 2nd, 1974 - Aug 7th, 1974


Mackinac Island, Michigan


National and Foundation Presidents Receive Railing from S.S. Hope Photograph, 1974


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