Gamma Class

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#14 Maiko “Kyla” Sakai
Crossed: Spring 2003
Status: Alumna
Major
: Biochemistry 2005
Ethnicity: Japanese
Big: Vi “Bezel” Nguyen Lambda Beta
Little: Julie “Celenia” Chung Lambda Delta


#15 Kimberly “Solaris” Finneran

Crossed: Spring 2003
Status: Alumna
Major: Psychology, Cognitive Science 2005
Ethnicity: Korean-American
Big: Cindy “Rhea” Yu Lambda Alpha
Littles: Jenn “Klarity” Chang Lambda Zeta
Lucyanna “Sonatine” Kasper Pi Charter

#16 Jacqueline “Errita” Cheung
Crossed: Spring 2003
Status: Alumna
Major: Education, 2004
Ethnicity: Chinese-American
Big: Natalie “Keona” Park Lambda Beta

 

#17 May “Seraphina” Kanti
Crossed: Spring 2003
Status: Alumna
Major: Psychology, Interdiscplinary Chinese Language and Literature 2006
Ethnicity: Chinese & Thai-American
Big: Angela “Zinnia” Yeo Lambda Beta
Little: Ngoc “Silk” Vu Lambda Delta


#18 Jacqueline Linh “Phire” Le

Crossed: Spring 2003
Status: Alumna
Major: Foreign Affairs, East Asian Studies 2004
Ethnicity: Chinese & Vietnamese-American
Big: Katie “Asta” Hsu Lambda Beta
Little: Edy “Krystalline” Yang Upsilon Charter
Wisdom: “Joining Sigma has definitely been a rewarding and memorable experience for me. I feel like it added an extra depth to my college years and I have met so many wonderful girls along the way. It’s very easy to lose touch with friends, and I’m always glad when we get together (including alums!) to catch up and enjoy each other’s company. We also loooooove to eat a lot so we usually meet up over food and that’s always a plus.

#19 Kay “A.C.” Lee
Crossed: Spring 2003
Status: Alumna
Ethnicity: Korean
Big: Jasmine “Ingénue” Lee Lambda Beta
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#20 Lisi “Ayida” Wang
Crossed: Spring 2003
Status: Alumna
Major: Art History, Studio Art 2006
Ethnicity: Chinese
Big: Grace “Io” Lee Lambda Alpha
Little: Grace “Bellarie” Cho Lambda Eta
Wisdom: “My best experiences with Sigma has been the times when I went to convention, and met so many cool sisters from all over the country, and developed friendships with them. This is when you truly realize that joining Sigma, despite all the hard work and pain, is a reward at the end because of what you take away from it.

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