Friday | November 24, 2017

Category: Featured

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Featured, Sister Spotlight

Sister Spotlight: Headquarter Staff

Tracy “Anthem” Wang, Vice President of Records – University at Albany, Spring 2012 What do you do for the sorority in

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Ask A Sister, Featured

Ask A Sister: How Do You Explain Delta Phi Lambda To Your Parents?

By Xiomara “LunarIx” Santana, Staff Writer Greek life has many benefits; it allows us to become part of a bigger

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Achievements, Featured, News & Events, Sister Spotlight

Sister Spotlight: Victoria “Escada” Merriweather

By Alberta “Harlequin” Chu, Editor-in-chief Victoria “Escada” Merriweather, a senior at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte (UNCC), placed

Zeta Chapter celebrates their 10-year anniversary. (Photo credit: Georgia Institute of Technology Delta Phi Lambda)
Featured, Sisterhood Photo of the Month

March 2017: Sisterhood Photo of the Month

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Featured, Sister Spotlight

Sister Spotlight: Ritual, Archive & Finance Managers

In this month’s issue, we feature our ritual, archives, and finance managers, who have dedicated themselves as volunteers for the

Valerie Li
Featured, Leadership, Sister Spotlight

Sister Spotlight: Midwest Governor, Valerie “Chairality” Li

By Alberta “Harlequin” Chu, Acting Editor-in-chief Valerie “Chairality” Li’s motto, as the midwest governor of Delta Phi Lambda, is “sisterhood

Gamma Chapter sisters meet and connect with their Beta Charters. (Photo credit: Georgia State University Delta Phi Lambda)
Featured, Sisterhood Photo of the Month

February 2017: Sisterhood Photo of the Month

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Featured, Leadership, Monthly Feature

Women’s March (Part 3): Why We March

The Women’s March, originally the Million Women March, was a protest held on Jan. 21 across the world to show

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Featured, Leadership, Monthly Feature, Women's Issue

Women’s March (Part 2): Being a Part of the Movement

By Xiomara “LunarIx” Santana, Staff Writer The day after the election was particularly a difficult day for me. I had

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Featured, Leadership, Monthly Feature, Women's Issue

Women’s March (Part 1): Moved to March

The Women’s March was a worldwide protest held on Jan. 21 to show solidarity and unity among women, their partners,