Friday | February 23, 2018

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Wilma "Louvre" Miranda, Vice President of Records
Monthly Feature, National Board Update

Who’s Who in NB: Meet Wilma Miranda

By May “Mosaic” Advincula, Editor-in-chief Wilma “Louvre” Miranda is an alumna from the Charter class of the Epsilon Chapter at

Alison "Royale" Kao, Vice President of Finance
Monthly Feature, National Board Update

Who’s Who in NB: Meet Alison Kao

By May “Mosaic” Advincula, Editor-in-chief Alison “Royale” Kao is an alumna from the Formidable Five Charter Class at the Georgia

This is my version of modern banh xeo as well as demonstrating how small our nephew is/was.
Culture, Food

Blogger Spotlight: Huong “Theory” Van: Celebrating a foreign holiday brings on identity crisis

Huong “Theory” Van, an alumna from the University of Central Florida and author of Ground Level Gourmet, graciously wrote a

The Social Network
Lifestyle

Movie of the Month: "The Social Network"

By: Alexandria “Wisteria” Prejido, Staff Writer Apparently, Facebook’s popularity was not enough — Hollywood decided to make a movie out

Stella "Naru" Kim with iconic Charlie Brown
Culture, Monthly Feature

Blogger Spotlight: Stella "Naru" Kim: Celebrating Thanksgiving in the heart of Seoul

UGA alumna Stella “Naru” Kim wrote a guest blog sharing her favorites about the Thanksgiving holiday and how she plans

Support the Dream Act
Culture, Education, Monthly Feature

Undocumented students seek permanent residency through the DREAM Act

By May Advincula, Editor-in-chief In a poll for “Sisters share stories of U.S. citizenship,” we asked for your views on

The many necessary tools of survival for a diabetic.
Health and Beauty

Diabetes awareness: be informed, plan and prevent

By: Christine “ECKO” Ho, Staff Writer This November is American Diabetes Month nationwide. With numbers as high as 24 million

Jean "Sistine" An, Jeannie "Hype" Cho, Alexane "Mirage" Do, and Hannah "Enigma" Kamau meet up in Seoul, South Korea
Cultural Spotlight, Monthly Feature

Sisters share Thanksgiving traditions while abroad

Thanksgiving Day commemorates the expression of gratitude and appreciation. For families with roots outside of the United States, adoption of

Scarves provide warmth and a wealth of fashionable possibilities.
Health and Beauty, Monthly Feature

Scarves are an easy and fashionable way to stay warm this season

By: Gaoli “Chamomile” Moua, Staff Writer and Copy Editor With so many different shapes, colors and materials, it is impossible

DePaul Sisters visited the Purdue chapter in early November for a sisterhood get together
Sisterhood Photo of the Month

Sisterhood Photo of the Month