Saturday | November 18, 2017

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Lifestyle

Five ways to be green this season

By Gaoli “Chamomile” Moua, Staff Writer and Copy Editor While the seasons are transitioning from hot to cold with the

Nishita Lad wears traditional clothing in celebration of her Hindu faith.
Culture

Understanding different cultures through faith

By: Christine “ECKO” Ho, Staff writer Religion is one of the largest parts of our lives ― the part that

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Culture, Food

Indonesian food: where spices mix with exotic foods

By Oanhie “Shinsen” Pham, Staff Writer Located in Southeastern Asia, the Republic of Indonesia is a country south of the

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Fraternity & Sorority Life, Leadership

What Makes Greek Life Great? : Convention Guest Speaker Lori Ebert

By Alexandria “Wisteria” Prejido, Staff writer Gamma Chapter was proud to present Dr. Lori Hart Ebert, a pronounced speaker from CAMPUSPEAK,

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Culture, Education

Sisters share stories of earning U.S. citizenship

For those who were fortunate enough to become an American citizen by birth, there is another story left untold. What

Debt
Finance

How to get out of or prevent credit card debt

By Gaoli Moua, Staff writer & copy editor All college students are familiar with debt, whether it is student loans

hmong dresses
Cultural Spotlight

Culture spotlight: Hmong clothing stands out with embroidery and intricate details

By Gaoli Moua, Staff writer & copy editor One can tell many things about a person by the way they

Study
Education

Follow tips to study more effectively, improve test scores

By Oanhie “Shinsen” Pham, Staff writer & Copy editor Regardless of if you’re an undergraduate or graduate, exams are lurking

Healthy Food
Health and Beauty

Eating healthy on a campus meal plan

By: Alyssa “T.I.” Soluren, Staff writer Are you on the meal plan for the semester and afraid that you will gain

apartment article
Lifestyle

Finding the perfect apartment in a college town

By Alexandria “Wisteria” Prejido, Staff writer “Where am I gonna live?” is the most common question among incoming college freshmen