Our US Constitution was made to establish justice and promote the general welfare of Americans. However, while the Constitution may have been made with good intentions, it is not exempt from public criticism and scrutiny especially when it only affects a certain percentage of the American population. This article questions the just and reasoning behind the 13th Amendment and how it affects prisoners of color.
UWW Charter successfully crossed their Alpha Class this spring semester of 2021. This article introduces the two new additional Sisters who crossed as the Alpha “ArceUS’ battaLĪ°N” Class. Read and learn more about them as they discuss about their hobbies/interests and what they look forward to for the next academic year.
With violence and discrimination against the AAPI community growing each day, it is important to speak up and use our voices to support our family, friends, and loved ones. This month, read about the alarming social injustices that some of us currently face and how we feel about it.
As the school year comes to a close, graduation season is upon us! This year, Zeta Chapter had four Pi Dolla $ign class sisters graduate. Being from the Re-Charter class, they have been with the chapter from the start and have contributed to the foundation the Active House has now. We wanted to commemorate these graduating sisters in this article and allow them to offer their insight of their undergraduate years!
In the month of March, Nu Chapter decided to ask our sisters to share how the women in their lives have empowered them. Their answers reminded us how important it is to acknowledge and cherish those close to us!