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Ask an Alpha Chi: Vicky Weber

In honor of our seven founders, we get to know one Alpha Chi Omega through seven questions. Vicky Weber (Upsilon, Millikin University) grew up without seeing characters like her in books. Now, she’s writing her own stories about the Taíno so that today’s children can find characters to relate to and learn more about the culture! […]

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Pride in My Culture and My Alpha Chi Omega Experience: An Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month Reflection

By Teagan Verreux (Gamma Pi, University of Tampa) I am a proud member of the AAPI community, and despite feeling ashamed multiple times as a child for being Asian, along with hearing the many stereotypes that come along with it, I love being Thai and that my sisters support me no matter what. My cultural […]

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Appreciating My Culture: An Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month Reflection

By Yen Nguyen (Delta Epsilon, Southeast Missouri State University) Being a first-generation Vietnamese American woman is who I am. I am more than proud, I am beyond thankful. Growing up in a Vietnamese household, I was taught about my culture and the traditions. For instance, Tết, which is known as the Lunar New Year, is […]