Friday | December 15, 2017

Category: Leadership

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Chapter Update, Delta Phi Lambda, Leadership, News & Events

UConn Hosts Leng Leng Chancey

By Donna “Mythic” Chow, Staff Writer The University of Connecticut (UConn) hosted “Voting Matters with Leng Leng Chancey,” featuring Leng

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Chapter Update, Delta Phi Lambda, Greater Fraternal Community, Leadership, News & Events, Uncategorized

Clemson University Women Talk Girl Code

By Thavi “cryptiq” Chhoun, Staff Writer The Clemson Colony Chapter of Delta Phi Lambda was invited to participate in Girl

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Leadership

Ainna Pineda: On Becoming a Dedicated Leader

By Houa “Manifesto” Vang, Contributing Writer Martina Pineda goes by Ainna or by her sorority nickname, “Ardea.” She is a

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Career, Featured, Leadership, Monthly Feature

When There Is Space to Fail As a Volunteer

By Jenni “z.e.a.l” Myung, Contributing Writer In one month, I will be flying to Washington D.C. for my first ever business

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Career, Featured, Leadership, Sister Spotlight

Sister Spotlight: Teacher Appreciation, Part 3

By Kristine “Aster” Medina, Editor-in-chief For the final spotlight of the teacher appreciation series, we feature Kellee “Thrive” Duong, a

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Career, Featured, Leadership, Sister Spotlight

Sister Spotlight: Teacher Appreciation, Part 2

By Kristine “Aster” Medina, Editor-in-Chief As collegiate sisters start classes for fall semester, we also have alumnae who go back

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Career, Featured, Leadership, Sister Spotlight

Sister Spotlight: Teacher Appreciation, Part 1

By Kristine “Aster” Medina, Editor-in-Chief As collegiate sisters start classes for fall semester, we also have alumnae who go back

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Featured, Leadership, Monthly Feature, Virtue

Celebrating Life: A Sister Gives to charity: water

By Ashanti “Accel” Henderson, Staff Writer Every day, about 1,400 children die from water-related diseases and 43 percent of children

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Career, Leadership

Women in Forensic Science: Jaclyn Smith

By Savitre “Rapture” Schaefferkoetter, Staff Writer Jaclyn Smith, a young professional currently employed as a crime scene technician at the

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Career, Leadership

Women in Forensic Science: Kelly Carow

By Savitre “Rapture” Schaefferkoetter, Staff Writer For this issue, I interviewed Kelly Carow of the Pinellas County Forensic Laboratory, otherwise