Being vegan isn’t just a trend
Delta Zeta Sorority held their third annual “Ali’s Way” dinner last week, benefiting the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society (LLS) in honor of Ali Facella, a member who lost her battle to leukemia in November of 2006.
On Thursday night, McLaren Hall was home to USF’s second MELA event, where six USF clubs each brought a different social injustice cause to the forefront of discussions among the hundreds of students in attendance. The Indian Student Organization (ISO) spearheaded the event that featured South Asian food, traditional dances and music, and speeches by USF students and professors. The ISO’s main issue was the pollution in India.
As the frigid winter ends and before the icy clutch of San Francisco summer, spring blessedly nears the horizon. Easter may still be more than a bunny-hop away, but it is never too early to think about Spring Break. Yet between pocket-burning airline tickets and a queasy economy, some must curtail possible globetrotting excursions. From community service to thespian retreats, USF students have certainly not resigned themselves to a dull spring break.