Personal Growth

A Hunger for More

By: Cole Hermida When Fred Chen first stepped out of college, there was an uncertainty of where he wanted to go next. Sure, he used the lessons he learned as an undergraduate to find a job that would pay the bills and put food on the...

NGLA 2017

By: Kevin Chou (Sophomore at Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania) As a board member of Penn’s Intercultural Greek Council (IGC), I attended the Northeast Greek Leadership Association (NGLA) Conference to represent my University’s Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life. Fellow IGC President Angie Wang, a member...

AFLV Central 2017

Passing the Baton By Brian Van (Undergraduate senior studying accounting and finance at DePaul University) The Association of Fraternal Leadership & Values (AFLV) hosts annual gatherings that bring together leaders of fraternity and sorority councils within different regions across North America. As the current president of the...

Training Wheels

By Cole Hermida When Robbie Ray returned home from a ten-day chiropractic mission in Haiti and the Dominican Republic, one thought was for certain—he aimed to make the world a better place. “I’m very fortunate for everything that I have in life. And I appreciate everything that...

Art in Action

Asian Pacific American Heritage Foundation Names David Kim Winner of 2015 Heritage Award For Immediate Release San Francisco — Asian American Pacific (APA) Heritage Foundation named David Kim one of three winners of the 2015 Asian Pacific American Heritage Award. The most prestigious of its kind in the San Francisco...

Force Multipliers

Article by Evan Pham. Rituals to Jumpstart Your Morning It’s Monday, 7:30 am. I’m on the train heading to work. I seem like the only one stoked to tackle the day. That one guy bobbing his head up and down to some tunes, dancing his way up...

Honored by His Excellency

Earlier this October, Canadian senior Jeffrey Liu received more than just a generous scholarship to fund his interest in Finnish Studies. Liu shook hands and met with His Excellency Sauli Niinistö, President of the Republic of Finland, at an award ceremony hosted by the University...

Speaker of the House

By Cole Hermida and Brandyn Huynh Your presentation beams brightly onto a silky white screen, you take a last glance at your organized notes, and a bottle of cold water sits strategically on the podium. With the room engulfed in total silence, the eyes of an impatient crowd...

Engineering the Magical Cure

There are few things in life that are certain, many that are a mystery, and a great number that we do not know are mysteries. But for the few things we do know, they bring us happiness, clarity, jealousy, sadness, reason, and purpose. For these...

Unapologetically Lambda Material

When I began college at Stanford University I really wanted to have the full “college experience,” so I took it upon myself to participate in a lot of different activities and befriend a lot of people from various backgrounds. I had a fair amount of...

Reshaping the Future

One of my good friends from high school convinced me to rush Lambdas. At the beginning of the rush process, I had no intention of joining a Greek organization, but after meeting the active brothers at UVa, I warmed up to the idea of joining...

Realizing the Meaning of Value

Joining any fraternity was the last thing on my mind when I first entered CUNY Baruch College. I felt that it was a joke, waste of time and I was really against the idea. Many organizations tried to “rush” me, from different cultural backgrounds but...