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Celebrate this year’s National Nutrition Month by munching down healthy, colorful food choices.
Health and Beauty, Monthly Feature

Add some color to your food

By Oanhie “Shinsen” Pham, Copy Editor The theme for this year’s National Nutrition Month — which is celebrated in March


Graduating sisters envision their futures

By Stephenie “Remedi” Lai, Staff Writer In the last semester of your undergrad career, the same question crosses your mind

Leadership, Monthly Feature

International Women’s Day celebrates women of the past and present and inspires women leaders of the future

By May “Mosaic” Advincula, Editor-in-chief March 8th marked the centennial commemoration of International Women’s Day. This annual acknowledgement of women’s

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

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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