Monday | August 21, 2017

Category: Women’s Issue

Chinese leader Wu Zetian
Culture, Leadership, Women's Issue

Women leaders of the past pave way for future women leaders

By Christine “ECKO” Ho, Staff Writer Leaders are aplenty in this world in both small and large ways. The most

Sheryl Sandberg
Leadership, Women's Issue

Why we have too few women leaders

Discussion by Sheryl Sandberg, Facebook Chief Operating Officer. Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg looks at why a smaller percentage of women

Get promoted
Career, Women's Issue

Get promoted

By May “Mosaic” Advincula, Editor-in-chief Just as you would outline goals for your career path, you should also have a

financial-security
Career, Women's Issue

Learn to negotiate and increase financial security

by Huong “Theory” Van, Contributing Writer I am on a quest to succeed and climb the corporate ladder. A part

October Breast Cancer Awareness
Health and Beauty, Women's Issue

Pink October: Breast Cancer Awareness Month

By Alexandria “Wisteria” Prejido, Staff Writer As we all know, breast cancer is becoming more prevalent. According to the National

Mental Health Awareness
Health and Beauty, Women's Issue

Mental Awareness Month: Three tips to prepping your mind for finals

By Lisa “T.I.” Soluren, Staff Writer Did you know that stress decreases brain cells and inhibits your ability to retain

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. 

Culture, Monthly Feature, Women's Issue

Ethnic stereotyping: your response counts

By Rissa San Miguel, Staff Writer It’s virtually a given that each one of us has experienced some form of