During Black History Month, acknowledging as many of the courageous Black women who have challenged adversities and demonstrated resilience carries importance, as well as remembering that these experiences continue to shape how our members associate the 5 Sโ€™s to our lives....

What better way to get to know someone than their horoscope and go to snack? Those are the questions we asked our 2021 - 2022 consultants about five minutes after they accepted their job! Read below for a little insight into our newest ILCs...

We asked our members to submit their favorite books to read during Black History Month. We are excited to bring you this list of recommendations and hope you find at least one you canโ€™t put down....

After a difficult 2020, Heather P. Kahn (Omega Chapter) is heading into 2021 with hope. Working at Ochsner Hospital in New Orleans, Heather spent most of this past year having difficult conversations. ...

The 2020 presidential election was historic. With a record number of first time voters, it will be remembered for a lifetime. One of those first time voters was our very own, Natalie Vang Jensen (Alpha Chapter)....

I am honored to be one of the eight. My experience as an ILC has brought me highs, lows, lessons learned, and opportunities for growth along the way, in just my first 90 days....

When I entered college my freshman year, I knew I wanted to attend law school. I spent my senior year focused on applying, studying, gathering recommendations and finalizing my resume. ...

As a younger generation Mexican American, I have struggled in different ways than most. In the movie Selena, which tells the life story of Mexican American music artist Selena Quintanilla, her father says it best....

The terms were adopted in the United States in an attempt to loosely group immigrants and their descendants that arrived in the US from Latin America. The terms were and sometimes still are used interchangeably. The categories only refer to a personโ€™s origin and ancestral...