Unfortunately due to COVID-19, we had to push back recruitment; however, Xi Chapter is so excited to announce the new Zeta “Zaydreams” Class of Spring 2020! Our new class consists of 7 sweet and hardworking girls who are so excited to finally be a part of an amazing sisterhood.
The FYI Newsletter
The month of October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month. This month, Beta Chapter showed their solidarity with survivors by starting the conversation on domestic violence for those who do not have a voice.
To get into the Halloween spirit despite the complications of COVID-19, the sisterhood chairs of Nu Chapter held a spooky sisterhood on the 17th of October! We had a great time dressing up in costumes and getting to grow our sisterly bonds. Our sisterhood chairs did a great job planning and holding this event.
Eta Chapter chose MGC Traditions as our focused event this semester. It’s necessary and important to use the power of our voices to speak up and educate others about systemic racism and racial injustices.
At this time of difficulty, it is still important to be aware and understand the different issues going on. As we all know, our philanthropy is the fight against all violence towards women. Last April, Gamma chapter participated in APhiG Speaks, and although we were not able to participate in this event in person, we
Written by Jayne Nyam and Rachel Kwon 2020 has been a big change for everyone. I believe that each and every person has been affected one way or another. I think a lot of us have been sad just sitting at home, missing your friends, and your sisters. People have different ways of coping with
The COVID-19 pandemic has significantly amplified the hostility in America. Like the virus itself, racial violence has spread widely, increasing specifically towards Asian Americans. Lately, Asians have been targeted by derogatory and degrading language online and in person. Americans are dubbing this virus as the “Chinese virus,” which carries heavy racist implications and places blame
I am sure you all have felt the recent racial tensions occurring in our community during the tail of May. It is important for us to not ignore all that it is going on. It is our DUTY to confront these uncomfortable feelings in order to make our future society a better place. I promise
Domestic violence can affect anyone no matter one’s race, age, or gender and at any time. I think that it is especially important to raise awareness towards domestic violence during the COVID-19 pandemic. During this time domestic violence is rising, but cases are dropping. Many cases are unreported because victims have few private moments to
Before I joined the best sisterhood in the universe, I was lost. I didn’t know who I was, what my purpose was, or where I belonged. I walked through my daily life, with the fog of this confusion constantly surrounding me. In high school, I didn’t have a single friend. I ate lunch in the