Friday | April 20, 2018

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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

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Newsletter Update

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Chinese New Years Rabbit
Cultural Spotlight

Rabbit/Cat signs stay calm, value privacy

By Alexandria “Wisteria” Prejido, Staff Writer According to the Chinese zodiac, 2011 is the year of the rabbit. The rabbit

chocolate heart
Food, Health and Beauty, Monthly Feature

Love your bones with healthy alternative to chocolate

By May “Mosaic” Advincula, Editor-in-chief Chocolate is a common staple during the month of February, and store shelves are often

Photo credit: Christine "ECKO" Ho
Cultural Spotlight

Sister discovers own culture during trip to Korea

By Christine “ECKO” Ho, Contributing Writer Delta Phi Lambda Sorority, Inc. is a sorority that is about sisterhood and bringing

Cultural Spotlight

Sisters reflect on growing up with mixed backgrounds

By Stephenie “Remedi” Lai, Staff Writer It’s February, the shortest month of the year. But even with less time, there

Heart health
Health and Beauty

Lifestyle changes can protect your heart

By Emilia “Lavender” Liem, Copy Editor February marks American Heart Month. According to the American Heart Association, the number one

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

Silhouette of runner
Health and Beauty

Be active, lose weight

By: Oanhie “Shinsen” Pham, Copy Editor & Staff Writer Another common resolution is to exercise and lose weight. For some

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