Friday | November 24, 2017

Category: Featured

Happy New Year
Culture, Monthly Feature

January Resolutions

With the start of the year comes the determination to make resolutions, and oftentimes, they serve as a roadmap of

AFLV
Fraternity & Sorority Life, Monthly Feature, Philanthropy

UGA sister begins 2011 helping others, learns valuable lessons

University of Georgia sister Diana “Demure” Bui began 2011 with an immersion trip to El Salvador with a group of

Founding Sisters
Delta Phi Lambda, Monthly Feature, Virtue

For 12th anniversary, sisters remember the past and look to the future

By Christine” ECKO” Ho, Staff Writer Who remembers their first DPhiL anniversary in the sorority? Who remembers what they were

Wilma "Louvre" Miranda, Vice President of Records
Monthly Feature, National Board Update

Who’s Who in NB: Meet Wilma Miranda

By May “Mosaic” Advincula, Editor-in-chief Wilma “Louvre” Miranda is an alumna from the Charter class of the Epsilon Chapter at

Alison "Royale" Kao, Vice President of Finance
Monthly Feature, National Board Update

Who’s Who in NB: Meet Alison Kao

By May “Mosaic” Advincula, Editor-in-chief Alison “Royale” Kao is an alumna from the Formidable Five Charter Class at the Georgia

Stella "Naru" Kim with iconic Charlie Brown
Culture, Monthly Feature

Blogger Spotlight: Stella "Naru" Kim: Celebrating Thanksgiving in the heart of Seoul

UGA alumna Stella “Naru” Kim wrote a guest blog sharing her favorites about the Thanksgiving holiday and how she plans

Support the Dream Act
Culture, Education, Monthly Feature

Undocumented students seek permanent residency through the DREAM Act

By May Advincula, Editor-in-chief In a poll for “Sisters share stories of U.S. citizenship,” we asked for your views on

Jean "Sistine" An, Jeannie "Hype" Cho, Alexane "Mirage" Do, and Hannah "Enigma" Kamau meet up in Seoul, South Korea
Cultural Spotlight, Monthly Feature

Sisters share Thanksgiving traditions while abroad

Thanksgiving Day commemorates the expression of gratitude and appreciation. For families with roots outside of the United States, adoption of

Scarves provide warmth and a wealth of fashionable possibilities.
Health and Beauty, Monthly Feature

Scarves are an easy and fashionable way to stay warm this season

By: Gaoli “Chamomile” Moua, Staff Writer and Copy Editor With so many different shapes, colors and materials, it is impossible

DePaul Sisters visited the Purdue chapter in early November for a sisterhood get together
Sisterhood Photo of the Month

Sisterhood Photo of the Month