Friday | November 24, 2017

Category: Culture

Lori Hart
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,

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

KIT
Fraternity & Sorority Life

Keeping in touch with the sorority post graduation

By Rissa “Iris” San Miguel, Staff Writer Summer season is in full gear, and many sisters have headed back home

UCF Iron Chef
Chapter Update, Philanthropy

UCF’s Fifth Annual Iron Chef raises money for National Osteoporosis Foundation

By Aura “Cherish” Reyes, Staff Writer Every spring semester, the lovely ladies of Delta Phi Lambda Epsilon Chapter host an

Ask a Sister
Ask A Sister

Ask A Sister: Prepping for Professionalism

Would you like to submit a question to be featured in the next issue? Click here! (All submissions remain anonymous.)

Margaret Cho
Culture, Women's Issue

Margaret Cho honored during Asian-Pacific American Heritage Month

By Geri “J-Lan” Orante, Staff Writer May marks the celebration of both Asians and Pacific Islanders in the United States. 

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Culture, Education

Teaching abroad offers opportunity to travel, experience new cultures

By Rissa “Iris” San Miguel, Staff Writer What would it be like to live in a different country? To learn

Ask a Sister
Ask A Sister

April Ask A Sister

Want to submit a question to be featured in the newsletter? Click here! (Submissions will remain anonymous) Q: “I’ve been

Easter Bunny
Culture

Easter Bunny: Where did he come from?

By: Aura “Cherish” Reyes, Staff Writer Have you ever wondered about the Easter Bunny? Well, I did my research and

Fraternity & Sorority Life, Virtue

Reviving Virtues – Integrity

By Amy “Ancaria” Li, Staff Writer People use the term “integrity” often, but the term is rarely understood or clearly