Saturday | July 21, 2018

Category: Featured

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Sister Spotlight: Gwen “Staccatö” McMillion

By Kristine “Aster” Medina, Copy Editor Seven hundred twenty-two days is how long it took Gwen “Staccatö” McMillion, a Purdue University

Gamma Chapter sisters gather for a summer sisterhood picnic.
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June 2018: Sisterhood Photo of the Month

"Individually Unique, Together Complete" - Sisters gather at the Southeast Retreat hosted by the Gamma Chapter
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May 2018: Sisterhood Photo of the Month

Featured Image: Geneley Childress @flatlinecinema

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Sister Spotlight: Juliette “Optyc” Simpson

By Kristine “Aster” Medina, Copy Editor Her work day begins at 0730. She reviews plans to fly made the day

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Sister Spotlight: Jackie “Premila” Chu

By Victoria “Prakāśa” Yee, Contributing Writer Jackie “Premila” Chu was born in Philadelphia, but spent most of her life in

Sisterhood Photo of the Month - UW Madison Reveal
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April 2018: Sisterhood Photo of the Month

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Sister Spotlight: Anna “N*vious” Huang & Mary “Vernaciinth” Le

By Houa “Manifesto” Vang (Contributing Writer) and Rebekah “Memento” Jaramillo (Staff Writer) Anna “N*vious” Huang Anna “N*vious” Huang chartered with

Alberta "Harlequin" Chu and Nazira "Felicity" Aziz, sorority twins, reunite after 8 years at the Hong Kong International Airport.
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March 2018: Sisterhood Photo of the Month

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Ask A Sister: Who is your [s]hero?

The month of March honors women throughout history. March 8 marks International Women’s Day. Sisters Xiomara “LunarIx” Santana and Kristine

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Sister Aster Sees the Bridge in Selma

By Kristine “Aster” Medina, Copy Editor On the cusp of Jan. 18, nationally noted as Martin Luther King Jr.’s birthday,